BOO! Did I scare you? If not, this might give you a fright: it's almost October, which means it's almost time for Halloween! Now that's truly terrifying. Halloween is one of the most fun holidays to decorate for, and there are so many ways you can celebrate. Whether you prefer creepy crawlies, or more glitz and glam, there's no end to the DIY Halloween decorations you can make to adorn you home – inside and out! Continue Reading
I have boxes upon boxes of Christmas decor, but do you know what I always wish I had more of? Halloween decorations! Most of the spooky decor associated with this ghoulish of holidays doesn't last for more than one season (I'm talking to you, weird bag of spider webs!). Rather than buying stuff to throw it away on November 1st, I wanted to make something I can decorate with this year and the years after. Continue Reading
I don't know about you, but I've been basically looking forward to Halloween since New Year's Eve. It's such a fun holiday! Candy, ghosts, and ghouls – oh my! Even though I absolutely adore All Hallow's Eve, I'll be the first to admit that the decor can end up on the tackier side of things. Ever on the hunt for classy Halloween decor, I decided to go glam instead. Ditch the traditional black and orange in favor of gold and glitz! Continue Reading
I am so happy to be posting this how-to! I found it about 10 months ago, and have been waiting for an opportune time to post it. The only thing is, I wish the picture was larger, because I don’t think it does the outcome justice. Oh, well. It’s still a great way to add some spooky ambiance to your dwelling this Halloween. Here’s what we’ll need to start the haunt:
- gauze fabric (3 yards at 36″ wide)
- 1 white plastic mask, or 2 if you want a two-sided ghost
- 1 strand of clear twinkle lights with white wire
- 1 small plastic ring
- a glue gun and glue sticks
For the entire tute, head on over to Not2Crafty.
Picture it: A broom that reacts to sound, gliding over your floors, emitting spooky music and cackling sounds. Perfect for Halloween but equally fun for that next Harry Pottery themed party, the battery-powered broom automatically changes direction when it runs into something. Available at Grandinroad for $39. (Takes 3AAA batteries.)
Don’t forget to download some horrifying Zombie Sounds and more to your fright night Halloween party. This is a great way to get the anxiety heightened before the party even starts.
Try these for some blood curdling chills:
The Zombie groan on this is so scary I’m done with this post!!!
Photo: Chet Zar, Zombie Artist http://www.terror4fun.com/images/Art%20Gallery%20Images/zombie_art_chetzar.jpg
In an effort to combine two of my favorite things, Halloween and real estate, I give you The Spookiest Homes in the U.S.!
First up, the house at 112 Ocean Ave, Amityville, NY. Okay, we all know the story behind this one. You know, the house from the novel and movies? The facade of the structure and the street number have been changed since the Lutz family ran for their lives after their long 28 day occupation. Continue Reading