3 SIMPLE DIY Halloween Projects To Try This Season

Hello everybody!  Thanks for stopping by again to hear a few tips from your favorite Party Experts.

I hope you’re all as excited as I am for this year’s Halloween season.  It’s hard imagine that it’s almost Halloween when it’s currently 80 degrees outside, but by the end of the week it should be feeling like Fall, here in central PA.

With October 31st being just right around the corner, I wanted to give you a few simple and quick ideas for some last minute DIY Halloween decorations.  To purchase any of the materials used for these DIY projects, please see the link at the bottom of the page.  I hope you enjoy!

Mini Cutouts Halloween Wreath

You will need:

  • 1-2 Sets of your favorite Mini Cutouts
  • 1 10-in styrofoam wreath ring
  • Glue or hot glue

Instructions:

  • Gather your materials.
  • Decide how you want to arrange your mini cutouts on the styrofoam ring.
  • Place a small dot of glue on to the ring & apply your first cutout.
  • Repeat the step above until the entire ring is covered.
  • Hang your wreath!

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Plastic Yard Decorations

You will need:

  • 1 or more plastic tombstone decorations
  • Dowel rods
  • Hot glue and/or duct tape

Instructions:

  • Gather your materials.
  • Trim your dowel rods so that they are approximately 16″ in length.
  • On the back side of a plastic tombstone, place a generous amount of hot glue & apply your dowel rod.
    • If the glue does not seem to be enough to hold the rod, you may need to also apply a few pieces of duct tape, once the glue is dry.
  • Carefully stick the dowel rods in to a soft area in the ground in your desired location.
    • The dowel rods allow you to place the tomb stones in an upright position, without needing to be leaning on something.

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Glittered Skull & Rose Bouquet

You will need:

  • 1 vase that is approximately 12″-14″ in height
  • 3-4 glittered plastic skulls w/stick
  • 6-8 glittered black roses
  • Scissors or wire cutters

Numbers of materials may vary depending on the size of your chosen vase.

Instructions:

  • Gather your materials.
  • Decide if you want to trim the stems of your skulls or roses.  Trim if necessary.
  • Arrange your bouquet until you reach your desired look.

Tip:  Bouquets always look nicest when the longer stems are towards the center & the shorter stems are surrounding the outside.

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If you use any of these items, please feel free to tag us on social media using hashtag, #PartywithBeistle.  We love seeing people’s creativity and how they like to use our products!

To purchase the items from this post, visit www.partycheap.com.

Thanks for partying with us!

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