Decorating for Halloween can be tedious but equally fun. Be it with spiders, skeletons, pumpkins or candles, you can either DIY these decoration items or simply buy them. However, creating them is a fun way of celebrating the process with your family and learning a few things along the way. Did you know that you can turn frames into spooky Halloween decorations?
If not, well, here comes some knowledge. There are numerous ways to use old or new frames for Halloween decoration and most of them are easy and not at all time-consuming. For instance, you can make haunted mansion signboards, skulls and bones protruding, paintings, silhouette portraits, and wreaths with the creative use of frames.
Just take an old or new empty picture or mirror frame. Paint or spray it in a choice of color. If you are leaning toward some eerie elements, you can use skulls and bones. Take a pair of skeletal hands and glue them in a manner that portrays someone trying to pull themselves out of the frame.
If you want something fun while keeping in theme with Halloween, create a wreath with a choice of material like a witch wreath or a fall wreath. You can explore several other ideas, depending on your creativity and imagination. Here are some inspirational ways to use frames for Halloween decor. Have fun!
Welcome spooky season with a Boo sign made with paper pins on an empty frame.
Decorate your home with silhouette portraits in sparkling frames for Halloween.
Spiders and webs are a Halloween favorite and can be a part of repurposed frame decor.
Create a haunted mirror with ghost hands to set an eerie mood.
Repurpose an old mirror or picture frame with a romantic skeletal setting for the Halloween season.
Tilted empty frames in a spooky setting ought to spark the Halloween spirit in fervor.
This idea of a zombie stuck in an empty frame can serve as a brilliant Halloween wreath.
Glue a skeleton to an old frame and cover it with webs, and you have yourself a creepy setup.
Weave webs this Halloween on an empty frame for the front door with a spider.
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