Halloween decorations made quick and easy


Ethan Howard

Welcome to Crafted!, a seasonal DIY blog. Throughout the school year, these posts will give you a step-by-step tutorial on how to make themed crafts that you can use for anything from home decor to functional use.
Enchanted Halloween Lanterns
What you’ll need:
Jars of different sizes, purple spray paint, paint markers, and battery powered candles
Step 1: Spray paint the inside of the jars. Let dry.p1070014
Step 2: Decorate the jars using the paint markers. Place the battery powered candles inside of the jars. Use these to help the trick-or-treaters find the way to your door.p1070030
Blood Dripped Candles
What you’ll need:
Three white candles of different sizes, a red candle, and a lighterp1070015
Step 1: Set up white candles. Melt the red candle above one of the candles.p1070017
Step 2: Let the melted wax drip down the side of the white candle until a full circle around the candle has been completed. Repeat for other candles.p1070018
Step 3: Light the candles and watch the blood flow.p1070019
Hanging Halloween Frames
What you’ll need:
Picture frames, Halloween cutouts, cork board, and nailsp1070031
Step 1: Print out Halloween cut outs. Cut out and place inside frame.
Step 2: Insert nails into cork board.
Step 3: Hang picture frames on the nails.p1070037
Bats Fly
What you’ll need:
Black construction paper, scissors, cork board, and pins
Step 1: Fold black construction paper in half.
Step 2: Draw half of a bat on one side of the paper.
Step 3: Cut out the bats. Unfold.
Step 4: Place bats on cork board and insert pin into the middle.
Step 5: Hang cork board on wall.
Step 6: Watch the bats fly across your wall.p1070040