There are some Examples of Halloween Party Decorations
Spooky Forest Pudding Cups
Of course, you’ll need a devilishly good dessert to top off your spooky extravaganza. These pudding cups will delight your littlest guests.
Halloween Mask Wreath
What’s a Halloween costume without a mask? That’s why we think this garland is an suitable and serial addition to your chilling Halloween Party Decoration
Make the Wreath: Source colorful vintage paper masks from websites like Etsy and eBay—you will need 10 to 15 total. Attach to an 18-inch craft ring with a dab of hot-glue, layering and overlapping them as you go.
Morgue Door Decor
Enter if you dare! This morgue door decoration is sure to give your guests chills.
Make the Door: Attach three precut 20- by 30-inch pieces of foam core together with spray adhesive. connect a piece of black piece, cut to size, to the top piece of foam center using spray glue. Insert the rectangular piece of two six inch stainless steel stuff between the first and second piece of foam hub on one of the short sides screw in place. Place a 6 1/2-inch handle on the opposed side; “screw” in place. Cover showing boundaries of the foam core with silver duct tape, folding any excess to the back. Make two more doors. stay to house door with heavy duty self-adhesive Velcro. Cut 5 casket shapes from black and gray craft paper.
Paint letters on gray coffins with red acrylic paint to curse morgue and attach to black coffins with double-sided ribbon. droop a plastic chain above the door and attach sarcophagus cutouts with hot glue. Add plastic base planter painted Titanium Silver by Rust-Oleum and Swiss Cross doormat.
Candy Corn Bunting
Not only does this candy corn bunting make a great Halloween craft for you and your kids, but it’s also the perfect party decor accent. Hang it up around your snack table or on your fireplace!
Make the Bunting: Start with a white paper plate, then paint a yellow acrylic border on the outer edge, followed by orange. Once paint dries, cut into triangles, punch holes, and thread with twine.
Pumpkin carving is fun, but it can also be really, really messy. Skip the goop with these fun paper jack-o’-lanterns. All you have to do is cut some facial features and stems from black and brown construction paper, then apply to orange honeycomb balls using glue dots.
Candy Corn Party Hat
If you’re not into the scary stuff, this is the DIY for you. Let your kids don these adorable candy corn party hats during your annual Halloween bash!
DIY Creepy Portrait Decor
This spooky craft is made even more fun when you use real photos of friends and family—particularly those who will be in attendance at your party. Just print them out in black and white!