Tons more Halloween recipes are available at Betty Crocker: Halloween Recipes.
The Ghostbusters YouTube channel shared a recipe to make your own slime, and it’s pretty simple! The channel also has episodes of The Real Ghostbusters, which is awesome!
Add a touch of the macabre to your interior with this melting hand wax candle. Make one yourself using a latex glove. Find out how at Instructables: How to Make Hand Candles.
For a straightforward, scary piece of Halloween décor, take a red candle and melt it over top of a white one so the red wax runs down like blood.
Glue cheesecloth onto foam mannequin heads (available at wig shops) and hang them from the ceiling. Spook them up with a fan on low speed.
Find many more great Halloween décor ideas at homedit: 20 Super Scary Halloween Decorations.
I love the simplicity of this Halloween craft. All you need are some white paper cups and a black marker, which are easy enough to get at a dollar store. Turn the cups upside down, draw goofy ghost faces and—voilà!
Visit Non-Toy Gifts to learn how to add glowing noses to these spooky cuties.
I particularly love this Halloween décor craft because it is so simple to get the supplies: figurines from the dollar store or thrift store, black spray paint and red acrylic paint. The effect is great! See the step-by-step instructions at Sadie Seasongoods: Halloween Figurines for Scary Halloween Decorations.
What could be a more appropriate character to be this Halloween than a plague doctor? Make your own plague doctor costume while you have the time during the COVID-19 quarantine by following the step-by-step instructions on Instructables: Plague Doctor Costume.
Have some extra time during your COVID-19 quarantine? Here is a very cool craft!
What better time than the weekend before Halloween to decorate your front lawn for trick-or-treaters or to freak out your neighbors? Head over to the Prudent Penny Pincher blog for 50 Cheap and Easy Outdoor Halloween Decor DIY Ideas.