Foresee all the demonic horrors of Halloween with a mysterious crystal ball! Add severed plaster hands, spider webs and creepy-crawly insects for a spine-chilling atmosphere tinged with black magic. Then simply transform into a witch, wizard or mysterious fortune-teller for your Halloween party and scare your guests with ghastly predictions!
Craft an entire family of weirdly adorable mummies for Halloween with reused empty toilet paper and paper towel rolls. It's a fun and easy Halloween craft to make with the kids! You can also make little signs out of black hobby card and flower sticks for the mummies to hold in their Halloween parade: use a white Posca pen to write eerie Halloween messages on the little signs.
Are you searching for bizarre ideas for a unique Halloween table setting? In that case, you've come to the right place. Tie all your guests' names to severed fingers (made from a mould)! Cast them yourself in an alginate mould. The cool thing about alginate is that you get to make the mould yourself. Follow the instructions on the package for how to combine the alginate for the mould and the Artestone powder for the cast. Remember to blend the Artestone powder in two rounds, so that you can make a total of ten cast fingers. The perfect macabre table decoration for a super scary Halloween party!
A skull is a cool detail for home decor, a fun accessory or a spooky ornament for your Halloween party table. You choose! These two are cast from white stone plaster in a highly detailed latex mould 8 cm high. The plaster packaging provides instructions for making casts. Once the skulls have set, you can go ahead and paint them. For the white one, we only did some shading of the features, using black paint in the cavities. We painted the other one black using matte Hobbylack craft paint, which was then decorated with painted dots once dry. Make the dots using a white Posca pen.
Make charming mummies out of plaster gauze. The perfect Halloween craft! METHOD - HEAD & LEGS: Fold a pipe cleaner in half and press the folded end into the hole of a craft ball (Ø 4 cm). Glue on two eyes. ARMS: Bend a pipe cleaner under the head and shape the arms into an exciting pose. GAUZE: Lay out a sheet of protective plastic or something similar so that you don't damage your work surface. Cut the plaster gauze into 30 cm long strips. Dip the plaster gauze strips in water one at a time and wrap them around your figure. When the entire figure is covered, adjust the body position to make it look like a proper mummy. Place or hang your mummy somewhere to dry.
If you want a truly terrifying tablescape for Halloween, we have just what you need for your party. Some items are ready to go, while others are made by you, such as the skull. Make it by casting stone plaster in a latex mould. The hands are cast with alginate; when they're done, detail some areas with black Hobbylack. We used FixCandle glue to hold the stearin candles in place. The candles are decorated with effect wax for texture. A ghost hovers in the background. It is simply a polystyrene head over which we've draped a piece of white tulle. Don't forget the details when setting the table: spider webs, skeleton parts and other ghastly finishing touches. After all, the details create that extra gruesome feel. In our assortment, we have skeletons, spiders, spider webs, pillar candles, black moss and loads of other scary supplies. The list below includes what we used.
Scare neighbours and guests at the Halloween party with our terrifying ghosts. Some might find them cute and welcoming, but they certainly won't leave anyone unmoved. We've hung our ghosts from a strand of lights covered with jute twine, tied on with macramé knots. Method: Fill an ordinary balloon with water. Put it on a disposable shot glass. Place a weight in the bottom of the glass to prevent it from tipping. Cut pieces of plaster gauze. Two packages are plenty for eight ghosts. Dip the plaster strips in a bowl of water, then place them one at a time on the balloon, criss-crossing until your ghost has a nice thickness. We used four pieces per ghost. Then the plaster has to harden, and the time may vary. (To check if your plaster has hardened: place a piece of transparent plastic on the ghost. If any condensation forms on the plastic, the plaster is not sufficiently hard.) Loosen the ghosts by breaking the disposable glasses. Hold the balloon over a container for the water to drip into and cut a notch in the balloon. Hang the ghosts by making a hole at the top with a sturdy, pointy needle, then tie a piece of twine around half a toothpick and run it through the ghost. The toothpick will keep the twine in the ghost. Add character and scary touches to your ghost: draw on eyes, attach chain or whatever you like.
A plaster cast of your hands could be the perfect detail when it's time to decorate for Halloween. METHOD: Combine the alginate powder with water according to the instructions on the package. Pour the mixture into a bowl and submerge your hand. When the mixture is dry, carefully remove your hand. Combine the plaster according to the instructions on the package, pour it into the mould and let dry completely before loosening the mould. Making a hand mould requires approx. 120 g Alginate (depending on the size of the container and hand).
These cute ghosts are easy to make with a polystyrene ball, plaster gauze and flat wooden sticks. METHOD: Split the wooden sticks and poke them into the polystyrene ball to make arms and legs. Cut the plaster strips, dip them in water and place them over the ball and sticks. Let the plaster dry, then paint on eyes and a mouth using Hobbylack.
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