This DIY idea turns your home into a frightening mansion. Glue red candlesticks in black candleholders to make blood-like droplets.
Spray painting dried baby's breath branches black and utilising them as a centrepiece is a quick and easy way to inject drama into any room.
Tulle helium balloons. Trim the skirt's hem and tie a ribbon around it. Print vintage-looking labels on sticker paper to decorate simple liquor bottles.
Throwing some plastic googly eyes on some fruit or vegetables like eggplant, broccoli, or kiwis turns them into spooky decorations for Halloween.
Scare your neighbours with this snake wreath. It's constructed by interlacing different-sized rubber snakes between twigs. As needed, glue them to the wreath.
Good for kids to try. Simple leaf faces can be constructed by spray-painting leaves black and adding white marker features.
If you like drama, load a carved pumpkin with reindeer moss, twigs, or gravestones. Full moon shouldn't be ignored (a Ping-Pong ball that you can easily hang from a thin string).
Need Halloween decorations fast? Fill orange balloons with rice and sketch funny faces on them.
Dry an antique frame painted black. Prepare card stock with butterfly pictures and Halloween calligraphy ("Beware! Mount them using scissors. Ribbon displays finished products.
Spray paint the tree branches until they are completely covered. Dry them in a vase. Plus? This Halloween centrepiece uses stuff from your own backyard, so it's cheap.
Create eerie Halloween tumblers using puff paint and spider web patterns. Neon Halloween drinks, like orange soda, may brighten up a party.
Mod Podge cute face cutouts onto white paper lanterns for a menacing touch.
What an easy way to decorate! Glue artificial spiders to a macramé plant hanger. Finish with a succulent or prickly plant.
For added creepiness, spray paint a fake plant heavily in black. Put it in a pot filled with black sand.
This all-black wreath sends a gloomy message. Adorn its presentation with a gingham or checkered ribbon.