Halloween party decorations?
Im having a halloween party in my house and want to have as many decorations as possible, very goth, but nothing cheap like sheet ghosts or anything like that. Please any sort of idea for decorating goth would be apreciated, if i like the stuff i may keep some of it up all year!
Oh and if you know where i could get any of these in vancouver b.c. that would be even better!
A cool idea would be to get a length of black lace and you could drape it over things. You could put it over windows, around lampshades (not on top, obviously), that sort of thing. I’m not familiar with Vancouver, but if they have an party stores, check around there closer to the holiday. Good luck!
how to make scary homemade halloween decorations?
halloween is in 2 days. can you tell me how to make some decorations please.
Making halloween decorations can be easy and fun.
Here are a few that I made for this year:
Take some white garbage bags and a sharpie. Tie the two corners in knots, this will create a rounded top. Then turn the bag inside out and draw a face. Then hang it buy the door or a tree, and you have a ghost! You can make as many of these as you like.
You can also do something similar and take the orange bags and colour a jack-o-lantern face on them.
Another good idea is to take some cheese cloth, this is really affordable, usually only costs a buck for a lot of it. Then just hang it around your porch. Cut little strips into it so it will get blown around by any wind. This will create an errie atmosphere.
Take some cardboard, and get some old newspapers and tea bags. Get some glue and water and a paintbrush, put the newspaper on the cardboard. You can use this once it dries and is dyed by the teabags to cover your windows. Makes it look like an abandoned building.
Black garbage bags are great too, because you can put them up to cover doors and windows also, plus if you go to a dollar store you can get bugs and bats and some cobwebby stuff to put them over the door.
where’s a good place to go for great halloween decorations at an affordable price?
HALLOWEEN PARTY- idea help :)?
On October 24 I am hosting a halloween party in my basement.There will be about 25 teens from age 13-15. My basement is NOT re-done. We have a few ideas so far, but anymore suggestions would be greatly appreciated. I am in grade 9 if that helps. Also the walls are concrete I believe,so nothing that has to be strongly held on the wall. We can hang things from the ceiling, or tape things to the wall, or tie things around a few poles in out basement. Ideas on food items or recipes, or even great party planning websites would be awesome. I want a cool party, not one for people to complain about. haha. BUT anything at all will help. The party is in about 6 days, and we still need to buy a few more food things and decorations. THANKS SO MUCH !! :):)
1. Invite everyone to come in costume.
2. Go shopping! Use elaborate decorations, such as hanging ghosts, beware signs to put outside, alongside gravestones and caution tape. You can also include a fog machine: awesome and sets up the whole atmosphere! All of which can be found at a party store such as spirit or party city and even your local walmart.
3. Set the mood. Play various halloween music throughout the night. You can get halloween music just about anywhere.
4. Play different games.
- light as a feather stiff as a board
- bobbing for pumpkins: make sure they’re the minature kind! Put the pumpkins in a large clean container and fill it with water. Have everyone remove the apples with their mouth and not their hands.
- suck and blow (sounds very adult but its not!): use a playing card and have everyone line up in a boy girl pattern: female, male, female, etc. What you do is you suck the card and pass it to the person next to you. And sometimes it’ll drop and you kiss the next person.
- dart toss: make sure your guests are old enough to play safely. 1 person stands in front and throws 3 darts at a large piece of plywood that has balloons with surprises in them tacked to the plywood. Inside the balloons you can place gifts like coins, gag gifts or nothing at all. You can stick in small gifts, candy, coins and a grand prize written on a piece of paper in a balloon. Some balloons can just say “boo”. After 3 shots whether you hit or miss, it’s now the next persons turn.
- musical chairs: play musical chairs with your favorite Halloween songs. You can also decorate the chairs if you’d like. The idea is to always have 1 less chair than the amount of players. Everyone walks around the chairs placed in a circle. Have someone stop the music once in a while, and when it stops everyone has to find a chair. The person left standing is out of the game and has to remove a chair. You then restart the music. You could give a small prize to the last person.
- mummy wrap: the group is divided into groups of 2.1 person is the mummy, and the other is the wrapper. The wrapper is given a roll of toilet paper to wrap their mummy. The object of the game is to be the first person to wrap the mummy with all the toilet paper. On the word “go” each team then wraps the other person with toilet paper (adults be sure kid’s do not cover their mouth, nose, or eyes!). Stick hands out in front so that hands do not get wrapped to the bodies. Then have the people carefully unwrap each other, and play again, using the same toilet paper.
- pumpkin bowling: roll a pumpkin like a bowling ball and knock over bowling pins. Get a small or medium sized pumpkin and remove the stem. Use plastic soda bottles with a cup of water (secure top) for bowling pins. Place the soda bottles about 20 feet away. Each player rolls the pumpkin and tries to knock over 10 soda bottles. Play as many times as you want, or until you run out of prizes.
- break out the ouiji board and tarot cards.
5. Serve pizza sprinkled with parmesan cheese with ten drops each red, green and yellow food coloring and put over pizza for a “moldy” look. Also serve punch in a witch’s cauldron with dry ice, maybe add a fake spider or eyeballs. As for dessert, serve pumpkin pie or pumpkin ice cream with candy corn sprinkled on top.
6. Have a best costume contest. You can also get creative and use different categories such as best homemade, scarriest, funniest, etc.
7. Its showtime! Rent several scary movies, turn down the lights and pass the popcorn. Rent movies depending on the age, you would want age appropriate films for everyone. Suggestions? Mix in some of the hot newer scary movies (like the strangers, wrong turn, etc.) with a classic or two (halloween, nightmare on elm street).
8. Have everyone tell scary stories. Get creative!
9. Make goodiebags and send them home with your guests. They can be filled with whatever you’d like. Candy, spider rings, fake blood, etc.
10. You can also set up a haunted house if you’d like.
11. Last but not least, take pictures so you’ll remember the great time you had!
Good luck with the party :]]
need ideas for halloween decorations ,can any one help me?
i am making a shelf with different sized jars hanging from it for a halloween party, i need different ideas on things to put in the jars, that will either scare or gross out the people looking at them ,i need ideas,for at the moment i am stumped
Cute idea! I would put those squishy eyeballs from almost any halloween store in some water that’s maybe died green or something…
You could put a heart in one of the jars, a brain, fingers, toes, rats ect.
I saw a jar at Spirit this halloween that automattically bubbles and changes colors, that would be cool too. You could also get some dry ice too stick in the water too make it fog and if you put dish washer soap with the dry ice it bubbles up and looks like a brain. Hope it helped Good Luck
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