Transform your home into a House of Horrors
Throw yourself into Halloween this year by decorating your home, even if your not having a party.
Tesco pumpkins start at €1.49 and they’re a great place to start. The time honored tradition of pumpkin carving is surprisingly fun, and a great way for any house to show that you know what time of year it is. For creative suggestions look no further than Extreme Pumpkins.
Your local two euro shop is currently a cornucopia of halloween treats; fake spider webs, festive table cloths, black roses and skull shaped candles, to name but a few. With a little creativity, for under a tenner you can turn your home into a haunted house.
Tip: If your going to use fake blood in decorating, be aware that it could stain. It’s one thing decorating you house for halloween, it’s entirely another making your toast in the morning on the set of the The Texas Chain Saw Massacre – and you can say goodbye to your security deposit.
- Create spooky silhouettes in your windows (via Makezine)
- DIY black cardboard chandelier (via JellyFishJelly)
- Non-stick skull cake pan (via Foolish Gadgets)
- Creepy cute crochet: zombies, ninjas, robots, and more (via Amazon)
- The Nightmare Before Christmas candy dishes (via KaoriKreations)
- Black skull money box (via Urban Outfitters)
- Creepy mouth ashtray (via NewVisionsStudio)
- Papier mache Jack-o lantern (via TheLantern)
- Horror movie print cushion (via Matoloki cushions)