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Would your kids enjoy turning your house into a creepy haunted house this Halloween? Here are some craft ideas to help with the transformation. First, you’ll need a theme, then some props, lighting, and sound effects.
The Cemetery Theme
There are many items that match the theme of the cemetery, including corpses, coffins, bones, and stone hedges. A cardboard box can easily become a creepy coffin. Cut out a large piece of cardboard for the lid and draw a cross on the top of the coffin.
The stone hedges can be cut out of Styrofoam and painted grey. You can add R.I.P. with a marker or marker pens (you can even add names to make your theme creepier). The sound of crunchy bones can be imitated by drying the bread in the oven and then placing the crumbs under a flat mat. You can design almost any body part by stuffing latex gloves with cotton or rags. Be sure to add lots of blood (red).
You can even add a realistic touch to your home décor by filling glasses with blood and leaving them in the dining room or hallways. Buy clear plastic cups and mix some blood with red food coloring and water. Thicken the mixture with cornstarch until the consistency is right.
A pumpkin patch theme
There’s nothing wrong with using real pumpkins, but you don’t have to. You can use oranges, tangerines, and even green peppers; cut them up like a flashlight, and put candles inside. You can make your pumpkin patch look creepy and abandoned by spreading dry leaves on the ground and tables, hanging sticks on the porch, and putting plastic rats, eyes, and spiders in the mess of leaves and sticks.
No pumpkin farm would be complete without a scarecrow, and this is another good idea for craftsmanship. Find an old shirt, hang it on a hanger, and staple the bottom of the shirt. Stuff it with dead grass or hay; the dead branches make great scarecrow arms. Find (or make) a witch’s hat instead of ahead, make a hole for the hanger, and staple it to the shirt. The scarecrow can be hung over doors, windows, or any handle or rail.
No Halloween theme is complete without cobwebs scattered everywhere. Cotton webs can be spread everywhere, while washable paint can be used on windows and other hard surfaces. Be sure to spread lots of “blood” everywhere. And to make things even scarier, replace standard light bulbs with colored ones. Orange or red works well, as does black. Lamps can also be covered with a net or cloth to create creepy shadows.
To complete the effect, you can simply download spooky sounds online. Choose the ones that best suit your indoor or outdoor theme, such as howling wolves, creaking doors, and screaming.
It’s easy to decorate your home with Halloween crafts. Just choose a theme and add some basic accessories by customizing the lighting and plumbing with matching sound effects. Get creative and have fun!
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