Keep up ghostly appearances with this witty reflection. Draw a figure on the back of a sheet of frosted window film. Cut out the silhouette, as well as its eyes and mouth, with an X-Acto knife. Apply the film to a mirror, smoothing as you go.
This tutorial creates wonderful wispy ghosts that can easily be used in centerpieces, on door stoops, on hearths, wherever you want to add a touch of Halloween. (uses plaster of paris and cheese cloths)
How to Make a Life-Size Halloween Ghost - on HGTV. Create a life-size ghost for Halloween using inexpensive items. Hang it from a tree or place it on your front porch so passers-by will shake in their boots.
Extend a colorful welcome with this pumpkin basket floral arrangement. It's as easy to make as a jack-o'-lantern, and the pumpkin's rich color is a natural foil for a bunch of seasonal market flowers or the last gleanings from your garden.
"broken windows" : take frosted contact paper and cut it apart to look like fractured glass. The semi-transparent frosted contact paper takes on the appearance of the "glass" while the actual glass pane (which is transparent) disappears.