Halloween DIY Door Decor – October 13, 2015

Today, we are making ghost and bat door decorations!

Today, we are making ghost and bat door decorations!

Hello and welcome to a… wait, what day is it? Oh right. Hello and welcome to a Tuesday post! This post is much like one of my other posts “DIY Halloween Decor!- October 5, 2015”, so go check that one out after this one if you’d like to. This one is a lot easier and less time consuming. So, here we go…

Supplies (left to right): water color or regular paint, paintbrush, colorful sharpie markers, black and white paper, black sharpie's (optional), pencil, scissors, hole punch, and ribbon

Supplies (left to right): water color or regular paint, paintbrush, colorful sharpie markers, black and white paper, black sharpie’s (optional), pencil, scissors, hole punch, and ribbon

Step 1: Start by getting a sheet of white paper and drawing ghost shapes.

Step 1: Start by getting a sheet of white paper and drawing ghost shapes.

Step 2: Then cut them out with scissors.

Step 2: Then cut them out with scissors.

Step 3: Next draw bat figures on the black paper in pencil and it should show up. This picture is slightly out of focus, but you can see the outline.

Step 3: Next draw bat figures on the black paper in pencil and it should show up. This picture is slightly out of focus, but you can see the outline.

Step 4: Here is the bat cut out. On one of them, i accidentally cut off the head, but i just taped it back on.

Step 4: Here is the bat cut out. On one of them, i accidentally cut off the head, but i just taped it back on.

Step 5: Now, its painting time!

Step 5: Now, its painting time!

Step 5 cont.: This is the outcome of the painting. I just did little faces and made one ghost look like someone in costume.

Step 5 cont.: This is the outcome of the painting. I just did little faces and made one ghost look like someone in costume.

Step 6: Again, this picture is out of focus (soz!). Then, after they dried, i punched holes into the tops of the ghosts and the wings of the bats.

Step 6: Again, this picture is out of focus (soz!). Then, after they dried, i punched holes into the tops of the ghosts and the wings of the bats.

This is the finishing result!

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Thanks for reading, and i hope this helped you with your decor. These are so cute, I’m debating on hanging them outside on Halloween night for the trick-or-treaters. Leave any feedback or suggestions in the comments. BYE BYE!

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