Spook-Tacular Halloween Decorations

Inspiration

Did you know that Halloween is the second largest decorating holiday after Christmas? And October 31st will be here before you know it! Now is the time to start thinking about Halloween decorations, especially if you plan to sell your crafts. For a "boo-tiful" look for your home, office or store, we have made simple suggestions that anyone can do!

Haloween Bottle ProjectThis year's hottest home decorating trends are SKULLS, GHOSTS and SPIDERS. All shapes, sizes and colors, will accent your tabletop, window sun catchers, accent mosaic pieces and of course your trick or treat candy bowl.

For fun and quick easy looks, we suggest:

1.) Place a square of orange or black glass in the middle of your table, and arrange pumpkins and spiders for a incredible centerpiece.

2.) Pre-cut glass shapes of various Halloween motifs can be easily made into unique and functional serving pieces, candy dishes, and one of a kind gifts.

3.) Making fused cube candle holders using simple orange and black glass with white ghosts is a fun project.

4.) For a "spooky" porch accent, try making a novelty wind chime; A great visual and audio treat.

5.) Go Green! Recycle bottles with quick and easy mosaics. Choose your favorite Halloween Character and within a few hours you will have a delightful heirloom for many years to come.

For FREE Halloween project guides, including step-by-step instructions for some of the projects mentioned here, please visit DelphiGlass.com and see all of our Halloween Project Ideas. Artist: Julie Haan.

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