Looking to add some gore to your decor, but you don’t have a lot of time (and don’t want to invest a wad of cash)? Here’s your EASIEST way to creep up any Halloween table! And the best part? We used items found at our local dollar store and saved a bundle on a truly creepy, authentic-looking prop. Read on to find out how to transform ordinary candles into lighting with a creep factor in…Read more
At my house with small children, we appreciate the whimsical as much as the creepy. It’s always a challenge to find Halloween decorations that fit both these criteria. Here’s one we came up with that was so simple – and so cheap! Using only dollar store items, you can make this project, too. Let’s go shopping and get crafting! You will need: a grapevine or willow wreath or a metal or plastic wreath form (or…Read more
As an icon of spookiness, skeletons have always had their place on Halloween. If you grew up in the 60s, 70s or early 80s, you may remember the dangling cardboard skeletons that the “good candy house” always had on their door. Today’s skeleton decor is kicked up a notch – a big notch. Lifesize plastic skellies (poseable or dangling) are showing up in more windows, more yards — even in more cars (more on that…Read more
Have you seen those dead fairies in jars or trophy cases? So cool! They look complex, but you’re about to be surprised. I made a dead fairy for our Halloween garden display in a creepy little twinkle. Here’s how you can make one too.
What is it that’s so inherently spooky about dolls? There’s something about a toy that’s almost – but not quite – human, that can make one’s hair stand on end. Here’s how to create a creeped out Halloween doll on the cheap.