Halloween is just around the corner, have you gotten into the spooky spirit and put up your decorations yet?
I Love Halloween has some great last-minute DIY decorations for the procrastinators of the bunch!
Dim the lights and let these bleeding candles do the spooking! (Tutorial: Revamperate)
These stick spiderwebs look awesome! An added benefit? They are quick, easy and really inexpensive to make! (Tutorial: Happy Hour Projects)
Make your door a delicious treat with this sweet Candy Corn Wreath. Just be careful trick-or-treaters don't eat it up! (Tutorial: Well-Made Heart)
These paper lantern skulls are a must! They look so cool and yet are very simple to create! (Full Tutorial: Minted)
Strike an awesome balance between cute and creepy with this Frankenstein Door! (Tutorial: The Copper Anchor)
No Halloween party is complete without glow in the dark twine balls! After they get over being spooked, your guests will be seriously impressed. (Tutorial: Homemade Ginger)
Yes, you can create this scary floating zombie face all by yourself! (Tutorial: Consumer Crafts)
This wild wire spider web looks intricate but it is actually easy to create with supplies around the house! (Tutorial: The Seaman Mom)
These ghost decorations are awesome especially because they are made with recycled materials! (Tutorial: Adventures in Making)
Check out these fun and friendly flower pot spiders for all around enjoyable Halloween decor. (Tutorial: Creative Green Living)
Make your table pop by adding this great mummy vase centerpiece to your table. (Tutorial: Tinsel + Trim)
Hang these balloon tassel ghosts around the house and watch them blow your guests away! (Tutorial: The Things She Makes)
Liven up any corner with these Halloween boo cans. As you make these, let your imagination soar! (Tutorial: Mabey She Made It)
These mason jars turned into enchanting Halloween lanterns are beautiful decorations to always have around the house! (Tutorial: Adventure in a Box)
Which one is your favorite? Regardless of how you decorate, have an amazing Halloween celebration!
Author: Gal Shyli Dayan