Introduction: SUPER Easy & Affordable DIY Halloween Decorations for Your Room!
Hey guys! Halloween it’s around the corner so in this video I will show you how to spice up your room with some easy DIY decorations. I had so much fun making these and I didn’t spend almost any money so I hope they can inspire you!
The first thing is this Halloween garland and you will need: Black and orange felt, and some cord.
Start off by tracing a picture of a pumpkin on a piece of paper using your computer light, and do the same with a bat picture.
Cut those out and use them as a template on the felt to make a bunch of little pumpkins and bats and cut them too. Line them up, cut a piece of cord and use a hot glue gun to stick them together. Depending on where you want to put it you can make the garland longer or shorter. As you see this idea is super simple but really cute.
For the next idea you will need: some cardboard, a marker and a newspaper.
Start off by ripping some pieces from the newspaper and the stick them to the cardboard piece as I’m doing here. Then trace on a piece of paper any Halloween silhouette you want the same way we did before and paint it all black with a marker.
Cut it out and stick them to your newspaper canvas. Finally I decided to outline it with the marker. And that’s it! I also made two more and place them all on my wall.
For the mummy lantern you will need: a jar, bandages, a led candle and some googly eyes.
Start off by wrapping the bandage around the jar until you cover the whole surface. Tape it down so it doesn’t move. Then simply stick some googly eyes and put a fake candle inside the jar. I found this idea on pinterest and I think it looks really cute.
For the last idea you will need: a tangerine and a marker.
For this decoration just draw a face on your tangerine the same way you would do on a pumpkin and that’s it! If you need a guide you can search some pictures online and copy them but you will see that its really easy.
So that was it for this video I hope it can help you with your Halloween decorations. Don’t forget to tweet me a picture of your Halloween decor and subscribe if you haven’t already!
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