Halloween Decorations for Front Doors and Windows
Halloween is just around the corner, and it's time to infuse the spirit of this spooky season into our homes. Whether you're going the DIY route or opting for store-bought items, here are some fabulous decoration ideas for front doors and windows that are sure to impress.
1. Silhouettes for Windows
- Materials: Black craft paper, scissors, templates (e.g., witches, cats, ghosts), clear tape.
- Cut out the templates and attach them to the inside of your window using the tape. When you turn on the room light, a creepy silhouette will become visible.
2. Spiderweb Door Wreath
- Materials: Black pipe cleaners, small plastic spiders, hot glue gun.
- Shape the pipe cleaners into a large circle and then into a spider web. Glue the spiders onto it. Hang the wreath on your door.
3. Bloody Handprints
- There are pre-made blood handprint stickers available that can be stuck to windows or doors to give the impression someone tried to get in.
4. LED Ghosts for Windows
- Battery-operated LED ghosts with suction cups are available, which can be attached to windows and glow in the dark.
5. Skeleton Door Curtain
- Materials: String, plastic skeletons (from the craft store), hot glue gun.
- Attach the skeletons at regular intervals to the string and then hang it over your doorframe.
6. Pumpkin Window Decals
- Many stores offer window decals with various pumpkin faces during the fall. They're easy to apply and leave no residue.
Whether you're crafty or prefer buying ready-made decorations, Halloween provides the perfect opportunity to let your creativity shine. With these ideas, your front door and windows will be ready for Halloween in no time!
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