11 Ways To Make Your Home Creepy For Halloween
Happy Halloween! That’s right! It is that time of year again, and you might be looking for some easy ways to make your home creepy for the autumn holiday. Thankfully, decorating for Halloween is easy. Decorations are supposed to look a little sloppy and unhinged. Check out some of these easy ideas below.
The Ghostly Room
You can toss some white bedsheets over all of the furniture in a room to give it an abandoned appearance. You can even add a child mannequin spray painted white for an even eerier effect.
Message On A Toilet
Write a message in red ink under the toilet seat to look like blood. No one will want to leave the seat up! You can also add red handprints to a white towel in the bathroom.
Take some glass bottles and print out some creepy labels to look like potion jars. You can get creative with their titles, and you can fill them with all sorts of strange looking goop.
Make your candles look like they are burning blood. Simply find red candles and place them in a white cup. Pour some of the melted wax onto the edge of the cup and onto the table. It will look like blood is pooling out!
Sew a model of a hand into a pillow case. It will look like a ghost is trying to push her way out of the pillow!
Pop some fake eyeballs into the center of dark roses. The roses can be easily made out of paper if you need to save a little money. It will look like the flowers have their eyes on you!
If you are feeling particularly crafty, you can sculpt a ghost or other creature out of chicken wire. From a distance, these sculptures look like they are made out of thin air.
You can take an old teddy bear and make him look like a zombie. Some scissors and red paint really go a long way for this one!
Stuff old clothing into trash bags and make them look like dead bodies hanging upside down.
These soaps look so real that it is scary! Each one is made with moisturizing ingredients and has watermelon scent added.
Severed Head In The Fridge
Two pictures are blended together to create a flat image of a head, which is then laminated and submerged in a jar. When the flattened image in inserted into the curved jar, along with the distortion from the water, gives the illusion of a decapitated head in a jar of preserving fluid.
Good luck with your projects! Let us know how it goes in the comments below!