The invitations have been sent for your Halloween party. Now, all you have to do is get your Halloween party decorations in order. You can simply and cost effectively make your own Halloween party decorations by following some suggestions on DIY party decorations.
Just as Halloween party decorations are important to the inside of your house, they are as equally or even more important to the outside of your house, because they can set the Halloween party tone, as your guests walk up to your door.
Halloween party decorations can include a front door Halloween scape. I like to cover my front door with orange or gold paper that I have purchased from the dollar store. You can use wrapping paper paper or even a paper table cloth from the party store. After you have your Halloween colored base on your front door, you can add your Halloween decorations to that. After putting up the background paper, hang a large Halloween wreath onto a small hook or nail on the door. DIY party decorations including Halloween wreaths are a fun addition to your Halloween decorations. To start your Halloween wreath, purchase a large undecorated grapevine wreath at your local craft store and look around for miniature fabric pumpkins, small plastic gourds, Halloween candies, ribbon and miniature scarecrows. If you don’t have a hot glue gun, you will need to purchase one at the craft store. After you have all your supplies, begin gluing your materials to the grapevine wreath. Glue your mini fabric pumpkins, plastic gourds and candies to your wreath. After your materials have dried, take some autumn colored ribbon and create a large bow and glue it onto the wreath. Use your imagination when making your wreath and this will become one of your favorite Halloween party decorations.
When I make Halloween decorations for a party, I like to make each guest a small centerpiece for them to take home. To make a small Halloween centerpiece for each of your guests, buy small baskets from the dollar store. Line your baskets with orange and brown fabric or even paper party napkins and then fill each basket with a small miniature pumpkin, a small scarecrow and a gourd. Place dried flowers (you can trim the stems for this) in between the items and tie an autumn colored inspired wire ribbon around the handle. For these Halloween party decorations, you could even use them as place settings by placing a small place card into the basket and placing them where your guests will be seated. Your guests will appreciate these cute Halloween decorations that they can take home.
Another one of my favorite Halloween party decorations is the Halloween chair decoration. For this, you will need some black tulle that your can buy at your local fabric or craft store. You will need about two yards – give or take a little for each chair. Drape the tulle around the backs of each chair and tie it with a bright orange bow. Next, take some spider webbing that you can buy from any drug store or craft store selling Halloween party decorations and place the webbing all around the tulle. Next, get some plastic spiders and strategically place them onto the spider webbing. For a finishing touch to your chair Halloween decorations, take some black and gold glitter and sprinkle onto the spider webbing to give your chairs a sparkly party look.
You will be creating your own DIY Halloween decorations in no time for your Halloween party by using these suggestions and your own creativity.