How to Decorate Your Room For Halloween 2022
Have you started a Halloween party and don’t know how to surprise or scare the guests? Don’t worry; DIY Halloween decorations will come in handy. Of course, making home decor and other original horror story crafts will take some of your time, but it’s worth it. You will never buy anything like this in stores, and your guests will be stunned and surprised.
1. Horror paintings Off
Rembrandt and Van Gogh’s walls are not what your guests want. More cobwebs, burning eyes, and other horrors. So we shoot standard pictures or cover them with drawing paper with a more suitable pattern. You can come up with your drawing or make it with a black marker template.
2. Walls full of bats
Nothing is more touching than a flock of bats that have fallen off the wall. This craft is effortless to make. You will need a lot of black cardboard or paper, scissors, and pins. We cut paper bats and fastened them to the wall with pins.
3. Ghosts in the room
A little fiction, a few layers of gauze, starch, and ghosts will live in your rooms. Such cute ghosts are easy to make with your own hands. Wet gauze pieces in vital starch, hang them on balls or skittles until dry, shaping them at the bottom. When the gauze dries, you can remove the dead ghosts and hang them in the room.
4. Halloween Garland
Make a garland out of white plastic cups. Ready-made plastic eyes, a Christmas tree garland, and cups will give you a beautiful garland for Halloween. It can be hung on a wall, on a mantelpiece, or illuminate a staircase.
5. Zombie Spiders
Your Halloween party should have become even scarier, darker, and more terrible than the last one. So add this zombie spider to your room to scare everyone and it will be more fun this way.
Despite the chilling name, making this decor is not so difficult. Just melt the red wax over the large white candles. You will get exciting smudges that will look spectacular. You can pair them with an old candlestick from a flea market to add more entourage.
7. Spooky Flowers:
The floral decor is relevant for any holiday, including Halloween. But the approach to making bouquets should be unique… For example, white roses look beautiful, surrounded by small spiders, snakes, and midges.