Karmeimmat kummitustalot: Tower of London - Lifestyle - MTV.fi

Karmeimmat kummitustalot: Tower of London - Lifestyle - MTV.fi

I did this lesson today with 6th 7th and 8th grade, but I have done simpler versions with 4th and 5th in prior years. We drew spooky houses on watercolor paper. I gave them a few example of houses. They started with the basic shape, a rectangle or square. Then they could choose a triangular … Continue reading Middle School Spooky Houses

I did this lesson today with 6th 7th and 8th grade, but I have done simpler versions with 4th and 5th in prior years. We drew spooky houses on watercolor paper. I gave them a few example of houses. They started with the basic shape, a rectangle or square. Then they could choose a triangular … Continue reading Middle School Spooky Houses

Haunted Silhouettes  I happen to work in a fabulous school.  I feel very lucky to not only  have a fantastic group of kids to work with, but...

Haunted Silhouettes

Haunted Silhouettes I happen to work in a fabulous school. I feel very lucky to not only have a fantastic group of kids to work with, but...

Haunted Houses...looks like printmaking with basic shapes

Haunted Houses...looks like printmaking with basic shapes

The Haunted Heritage - Exterior details

The Haunted Heritage - Exterior details

vintage circus train printables - Bing Images

vintage circus train printables - Bing Images

skyltjävel 2

skyltjävel 2

Burlap or jute netting would be a cheap alternative. Check out RAWR'S thread on Hauntforum and click on the pictures he has on photobucket http://www.hauntforum.com/showthread.php?t=19770. This is from his 2009 haunt. :He told me to just cut the burlap into strips and then dye the strips with various colors of RIT. Then you slip the strips onto pvc, wood, or rope across your ceiling and it would hang in the path of the visitors. After that you could probably run a large roll

Burlap or jute netting would be a cheap alternative. Check out RAWR'S thread on Hauntforum and click on the pictures he has on photobucket http://www.hauntforum.com/showthread.php?t=19770. This is from his 2009 haunt. :He told me to just cut the burlap into strips and then dye the strips with various colors of RIT. Then you slip the strips onto pvc, wood, or rope across your ceiling and it would hang in the path of the visitors. After that you could probably run a large roll

Not really a DIY decoration, but quite funny!

Not really a DIY decoration, but quite funny!

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