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Homemade Halloween Window Decorations
Being spooky is what Halloween is all about. And when you are planning for this occasion, you must make sure that your decorations cater to every part of the house. Often, it is seen that people leave out the window decorations during Halloween.
They feel that decorating the interiors and exteriors in enough to create the Halloween atmosphere. However, this Halloween, amaze your guests with some fantastic homemade Halloween window decorations. Homemade Halloween window decorations offer the perfect opportunity for creating an awesome ambience and your rooms can take on a completely different look. Here are some ideas for making wonderful Halloween window decorations.
Draw Scary Figures On The Windows
The basic idea behind Halloween decorations is to make it spooky and scary. So, begin with drawing a few scary figures on the windows. You can draw different types of scary figures including spiders, bats, black cats or Jack O’ lanterns on the window. Draw the shapes with a stencil, if you are unable to draw it and colour it with washable paint. Use bright colours and make the decorations eye-catching. For example, if you are making a black cat, don’t forget to make its eyes with glowing red colour.
Similarly, the Jack O’ Lantern must be coloured with bright orange. However, if your mom wouldn’t approve of drawing on the windows, try using poster boards. Draw scary figures and images on the poster board and cut it out. Colour it with markers and paints and then put it up on the windows. These would not only look attractive, it would also create a spooky atmosphere.
Arrange Dangling Ghosts From The Window Sill
The window sill is the perfect place for hanging a few ghosts. Use some tissue papers or tattered, white cloth for making the ghosts. Make some scary faces on the white cloth or tissue paper and then hang it from the window. When the wind blows into your room, the ghostly figures would automatically float in the air, giving your guests an eerie feel.
A Bone Chilling Window Cover
If you want to create a bone chilling window cover, take the exact measurements of your window and accordingly, cut a piece of paper. Draw a huge tombstone and write RIP along with names of some dead monsters. Colour it with dark grey colour and write with bold fonts. Use dark red or black for writing the message. Alternatively, you can also create an extremely chilling image with a graveyard scene. Include a few tombstones, some ghosts and a terrifying werewolf to complete the picture. Paste this picture on the window and let your guests feel the chills running down their spines.
Cut out some ghosts, black cats, pumpkins, Jack O’ Lanterns, spiders, bats and wizards from paper. You can either draw these figures or use pictures. Attach them to a poster board and string them together with the help of a yarn or fishing line. Hang it from your window rods or drape it around the curtains and let the ghostly garlands add to the decor of your Halloween party.
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