Recycled Halloween Crafts
Recycled Halloween crafts can be used extensively to create simple and affordable decorations in the house. Do not spend a fortune purchasing Halloween decorations. All you need are a bunch of worn out articles, cardboards, and paint to create astonishing homemade Halloween decors in no time.
Recycled Home Decors for Halloween
· Spooky Hat
Make a cone out of a chart paper and wrap an old cloth around it. Stitch the ends together to give that tapering effect at the top. Place a worn out black head band at the bottom for the hat’s broad base. Poke in some old or spooky photographs to the chart. You can even use your children’s previous year costumed photos. Such homemade Halloween decors will not cost you a penny. They will make great centerpieces.
· Bat Lamp Shade
Take a piece of black velvet paper and draw a bat image on the back side. Cut it out and wrap the paper on your lampshade. Bring out all the broken plastic buckets and old utensils. Illuminate them with candles inside them and decorate them with this velvet paper stencil cut outs. Stick the cut out bats shape on your door, car and in the hallway. Such homemade Halloween decors are fun to create.
· Ball Decorations
Recycled Halloween crafts help you make use of the old left out junk in a useful way. Gather those old ping pong balls, glittering Christmas balls and golf balls abandoned in the basement. Gather some broken cake stands or simply create one with left out plastic objects. Decorate the balls into pirates and spooky ghosts by drawing weird faces and placing party hats on them. You can create the hats with waste paper or cloth. Use them as a centerpiece. Place broken bottles near them and an old bed sheet as background to create an old bar effect.
These recycled Halloween crafts can be tied together to form a spooky garland hanging on the cars, porches, windows and in the doorways. Attach huge balloons with similar faces to enhance the effect. Use glitters on them to create a more spooky effect.
· Wooden Decorations
Recycled Halloween crafts made of wood will look like expensive décor pieces. Every house will have some logs of old wood, left over tiles or the foam filled gift pieces with a photograph on one side and a beautiful verse printed on the other side. You can even use broken wooden photo frames or hard cardboard boxes in square or rectangle shape. Paint them all in black and give a coat of varnish. Print out spooky Halloween letters from the internet in bright colors and stick them upon the various sized pieces. Arrange them in the entrance to give a dramatic effect. These blocks are the easiest homemade Halloween decorations any person can create.
There you have it, your recycled Halloween crafts. Not only will you save a lot of money from making them, but you will surely have fun making them with your family.