19 DIY Ideas To Make This Halloween The Best Halloween

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Halloween is on its way; you need a variety of freaky ideas to celebrate it in the best way. So here are some ideas which will cover different aspects of Halloween. KINKY JACK O LANTERN IDEAS With Halloween almost here, you all have been thinking of Jack-o-lantern designs to try this year. Because it has been a tradition that nearly everyone in our family, especially the kids, will crave their favorite jack-o- lantern designs. It's not necessary to make jack o lantern only with pumpkin. You can use different vegetables or stuff too. There are various amazing ideas for jack o lantern.


1. Dress your Pumpkin in Mummy: What you need to do is to glue two big googly eyes on the center of your pumpkin and encase them in a bandage in a way that eyes need to peek through.



2. Witchy witch: The majority of people crave their pumpkin with a witch face, so you can also crave a witchy look on your pumpkin, or if you don't want to aspire, you can also paint a witch on your pumpkin. There are different stencils available for carving your pumpkin with a witch.




3. Eerie Mason Jar: You need to paint jars of diverse sizes in the fancied stain paint color. You need to add one to two coats. Add grisly features with black paint or permanent marker and then spray with a clear glaze for a glistening finish. Pop in battery-powered LED lights, and you have one jarringly mysterious and simple.



4. Casper the friendly ghost: For this, you need to pain your pumpkin in white color. Apply 3 to 4 layers. And draw a picture of Casper on it with black paint or marker.  www.sandiegouniontribune.com


Carving a pumpkin is a little difficult task, and it requires hard work because the pumpkin's skin is a bit harder than other vegetables. So now most people paint their pumpkin to get rid of carving it. But carving is fun too, so it's not necessary to use pumpkin only, you also use other vegetables for engraving.

Carving a pumpkin is a little bid difficult task, and it requires hard work because the skin of pumpkin is a bit harder as compared to other vegetables. So now most people paint their pumpkin to get rid of scraping it. But carving is fun too, so it's not necessary to use pumpkin only, you use other vegetables also for carving.


5. Creepy Capsicum: You can carve your Capsicum with different spooky faces. Use mixed color capsicum; it will implement a more appealing impact, make eyes in a triangle shape, and nose use add red carrot between the hole, cut the Capsicum above the head, and fill it with lettuce and cabbage leaves. You can fill the mouth too, with red chilies and lettuce leaves.



6. Watermelon eating pumpkin For this, you need to carve the watermelon eyes, nose, and mouth, make the mouth a little bit big, and cut edged teeth. Now take a small pumpkin and cut its eyes and lips in a shape that it looks sad or worried and put that little pumpkin between watermelons teeth. Something like this.





7. Frozen ghost banana: Well, this recipe is speedy and secure. Follow these steps.

  1. Take some bananas and cut them from the center.
  2. Insert a stick from its base and put them in the freezer.
  3. Now take some white candies and add one tablespoon of vegetable oil in it and microwave and stir till melt.
  4. Then dip those bananas in candy mixture and coat them properly, make eyes with the help of chocolate chip.



8. Halloween monster mouth cookies: This recipe doesn't require a lot of work.

  1. We baked some cookies.
  2. Spread each side with red icing and place on some mini marshmallows for teeth.


9. Chocolate spider cake: Bake cake in doll mold Coat cake with chocolate and drizzle some chocolate sprinkles/shaving. Use white candy to make an eye's pupil, and black candy melts for an eyeball. Make mouth with white cream or add red color in cream to make fangs. Use wafer sticks to make legs of spiders. Make a spider web with milk and white chocolate.



10. Icy witch:

  1. Take a scoop of vanilla ice cream and freeze it for 3 hours, until firm.
  2. Spread chocolate ice cream on the cone, which will use as a hat.
  3. Take out the scoop from the freezer and place it on a plate or bowl. Put shredded wheat over the top that will act as hair.
  4. Use chocolate icing as glue to adhere to cone hat atop hair.
  5. Make eyes with chocolate chip, gummy candy nose, and licorice strip mouth.



11. Cheese & Pretzel broomsticks:

  1. You will need half a cheese slice for the broom.
  2. Now fringe the section with the help of a knife and wrap it around the pretzel (if you don't have a pretzel, you can also use wafer sticks).
  3. Then secure them with a sliver of spring onion.



12. Jack Skellington pops:

  1. Take some lollipop sticks.
  2. Dip its one end in white chocolate.
  3. Then insert this stick in cake pops.
  4. After that, you have to dip that cake pop in white chocolate. Make sure to coat it thoroughly with white chocolate.
  5. Let them dry for a while.
  6. Now it's time to make the Jack face, for the eyes, you can use chocolate chips.
  7. And you can make its mouth with chocolate syrup.
  8. Let them cool. In the end, take two small black ribbons and tie them up under the jack's face.



13. Jello eyes:

  1. Fill your silicone cake pop mold with white chocolate and put them in the freezer.
  2. After they cool down, fill your pop mold with strawberry jelly, also add edible gelatin powder, and set them back in the fridge to let them cool.
  3. When they cool down, take out the pop mold from the tray, then take out the two half of your jelly food candy bomb and stick them together.
  4. Fill the center space with white chocolate and let them cool so they both can stick together.
  5. Now, take a toothpick or lollipop stick. Dip its one end in green candy melt and make a circle for eye's pupil with it and let them dry.
  6. Now take red candy melt in a pippin bag and make red veins of the eye on the candy bomb. Make sure to fill it well and leave them to dry.
  7. In the end, fill the center of the green pupil with black candy melt for an eyeball.



14. Severed fingers:

  1. Take some sugar cookie dough.
  2. Roll it in between your hands to give a sausage shape.
  3. Mold it in finger shape. Means make it a little bit from the center because knuckles are more prominent.
  4. Make some lines with a sharp knife on the knuckles area because it contains tracks.
  5. For fingernails, you have to take almonds. Press it into the upper part of the finger.
  6. Place them on a grease cookie sheet and bake them until they become light brown from the bottom. Don't overcook it.
  7. After they cooked, take them out. Expel the almond and fill that space a little bit with red food color or strawberry jam.
  8. Replace the almonds over the top of the jam and press down around the nail.
  9. Spill some red food color or jam at the base or end of the finger and dip a knife too with that red color and put it around the fingers, which will give it a more eerie look.





15. Creepy crawler candles:

  1. Give dining table or mantel a festive touch with imprinted votive holders.
  2. Cut strips of foolscap to fit around the glasses and then embellish the foolscap with a spider stamp.
  3. Secure the paper around the glass with double-sided tape and place a votive candle inside.



16. Flying Bats: You can have a gang of bats flying in your room with few pieces of felt and tape.

  1. Get some pieces of black felt or black chart-paper.
  2. Use a white marker or some chalks to draw a bat formation on one side of each section and cut the bats out with scissors.
  3. Take some yellow felt or card sheet, cut it in the shape of your eyes, and stick it on bat face.
  4. Add a piece of double-sided tape to one side. Adhere the bats along your walls, ceilings, doors, windows, and on ceiling fans too, so when the fan switched on, it will spin with the wings of the fan.



17. Insect printed plate:

  1. You need white ovenproof plates.
  2. Sketch simple bugs shape on your plate with a light pencil. (You can draw spider, ants or whatever you want).
  3. Use liner brush to paint bug designs onto plates with ceramic paint.
  4. Once the design concludes, allow the paint to dry and bake dishes to cure paint fully.




18. Hanging ghost:

  1. Get enough white fabric and paper lantern.
  2. After gathering paper lanterns, drape fabric over it.
  3. Cut a slit in the top of the material to allow the lantern's metal hanging hook to pop through.
  4. Take a piece of string or twine to the hook for impending ghosts. Trim fabric as needed along the bottom to create ghost shapes.
  5. Cut two oval shapes from a piece of black felt or foam to use as the eyes and a heart shape for the mouth. Attach them with hot glue and then hang your ghost from a low tree limb.



19. Cover the details of your bedroom:

  1. Hang bogus spider webs all over your walls.
  2. Cover your house painting with fake blood, and you can use red paint.
  3. Put some fake pieces of a ghostly skeleton on your dressing table, side tables, and mantels.
  4. Take some bunch of branches from outside and stick them in your flower pots.
  5. Cover your bedsheets and pillow cover with spooky Halloween faces.
  6. Write down assaulting words, sentences, or lines like BOOO!!!, Get out of my house, kill you, on a black felt or card sheet and stick them on your walls.