Giving gifts and cards is a norm for Valentine’s Day. This year, instead of having to buy some cards to give to your valentine, why not make them on your own. This way, Valentine’s cards will have an added value. They will have a personal meaning to both you the giver and the person to whom the card will be given to, th receiver. The awesome part about these DIYs is that they are not costly to make, and are also not difficult to make. Here are 12 great DIYs for you to try out.
You may have lots of milk crates in your store; pick out three or the same or different sizes. Now, begin by painting them in orange. I like orange because it is not too dark and too bright, it will work for both day and night. Then find nice thick tree branch, cut it into three pieces and tie them on either side of the three crates. Add with the hemp rope as your ribbon to complete the wooden art. Ta-da, put them on the stairway.
Can you turn the fireplace into a little cemetery? Yes you can. And this is how. Add number of candles to your fireplace that has no fire at the moment. Then pumpkins toys, you can paint some in black. Hahaha, then the scary part is the crows on a dry piece of branch. Lastly; add a black bow to complement everything.
Well, you don’t have to buy a new chandelier for this project. All you need is your egg box, orange ribbon, little eyes (which you can paint instead) and a black paint. Imagine how the eyes will have Halloween treat every corner of the house. No escape from the roof.
Now this can be a real Halloween. If you have kids like mine, oh please don’t try this. I remember my son having nightmares for a whole month after this project. Anyway, it was fun though. These are simply pumpkins cut artistically to suit all sizes, shapes and emotions. Of course, they have to be scary. Then you add the light effects at night with the Christmas lights or any of the like.
Since “emonjis” are on trend now, why not DIYing Halloween emonji? All you will need is wooden bars, and paints. Create your own expressions to create your own Halloween atmosphere. This will perfectly suit to be the welcome note on your doorway corner.
How about a hanging fire ghost? It is not hard to create and honestly, it is doesn’t take time to do this project. Just get creative and let the screams begin.
Halloween Doorway Dolls
Most of the parents have tried this project with their kids and it has proven excellent. It is really interesting and it gives you an extra bonus of bonding with your kids, know how creative they can be.
We not only have Father Christamas, We have Father Halloween too who can be chilling on his spot and scaring anyone passing by it. It can work both ways as an indoor or outdoor Halloween decoration.
Wooden ‘Halloweened’ Spoons
Where are your cooking sticks? Please bring them out; they have got a little job to do. So as usual, you paint them and add the little faces by their base. You can dump them in an old water can or flower vase. It is a simple cute decoration.
The Halloween Door
Hey, it is Halloween. This is what this décor will be shouting. It is a very beautiful idea for your apartment. All neighbors won’t help but notice this sophisticated art which rings alarm of notification, “Today is Halloween”
DIY White Ghosts
Simple tricks can change the total look of your house. I personally don’t like to walk to the same looking house every day, I get bored. This doesn’t mean I buy new furniture, new paints, new decorations each time, I just twist little tricks and treat my house with new looks that can excite me and make me feel renewed. This is one of the tricks.
Simple DIY Ghost
This is the easiest of all. No much energy or is needed neither are the materials. This could be a surprise standing behind the door for whoever will open it, meets open armed ghost ready to take someone.
DIY Pumpkin King
Have you ever come across doors with a sign saying, “beware of the angry dog”? Well, I saw lots of those in Africa. They usually do that to keep people away from the compound especially kids. Well, so the whole point is to scare people. Here we go; we scare people too with a pumpkin King. Cool!
Bring back the anatomy of the human. There’s no Halloween without skeletons. They compliment the occasion than anything. And honestly, this wreath has embraced the Halloween atmosphere just how it is supposed to be.
I hope you liked the ideas above. Please leave a comment on which one you have liked the most.