7 Creepy Halloween Decorations You Can Make With ReStore Materials

Hoping to make your Halloween celebration extra creeptastic this year? Whether you’re greeting trick-or-treaters or turning your home into a haunted house, these 7 craft projects will help make things a little spookier—and you’ll find the supplies you’ll need right at ReStore!


1.      Wrapped Mummy Door

Create a mummified passage to the unknown like design blogger Honey & Fitz [http://honeyandfitz.com/2011/10/27/diy-halloween-front-door-mummy/] did by wrapping white streamers around an old door–ReStore has plenty to choose from.

2.      Haunted Wooden Headstone

It only takes three pieces of wood and some paint from the ReStore to make this creepy yard headstone from DIY Network [http://www.diynetwork.com/how-to/halloween-decoration-how-to-make-a-wooden-tombstone/index.html]!

3.      Crooked Cemetery Fence

Make a DIY Network-inspired [http://www.diynetwork.com/how-to/halloween-decoration-build-a-crooked-cemetery-fence/index.html] dilapidated fence for your front yard cemetery with lumber you’ll find at the ReStore.

 4.      Creepy Antique Mirror

ReStore has a variety of unique mirrors for you to creepify like DIY blogger Jennifer Rizzo [http://www.jenniferrizzo.com/2012/10/make-vintage-inspired-halloween-mirror.html] did with cling wrap, spray paint and stencils!


5.      Old-fashioned Guillotine

Heads will roll when you make this eight-foot-tall DIY guillotine decoration from Instructables [http://www.instructables.com/id/Guillotine/] with building supplies from the ReStore!



6.      Miniature Wooden Coffin

Skeleton in Coffin

Craft this mini coffin from DIY Network [http://www.diynetwork.com/how-to/halloween-decoration-how-to-make-a-miniature-coffin/index.html] out of ReStore lumber and make it extra spooky with the addition of paint, cobwebs and more.

7.      Skeleton Bone Table

Chill your houseguests to the bone with this unique table from Martha Stewart [http://www.marthastewart.com/266427/decorative-skeleton-bone-table?czone=holiday/halloween-center/halloween-center-parties&gallery=275331&slide=266427&center=276965] made with faux skeleton bones and an old table top you’ll find at ReStore.

Visit ReStore for all your upcycled Halloween décor needs! Habitat for Humanity ReStore is located at 210 11th Street North in Moorhead, Minnesota. Our hours are 10:00 am – 6:00 pm Monday through Friday and 10:00 am – 4:00 pm Saturday. Visit us online at lakeagassizhabitat.org.