Funny DIY Halloween Wall Clock



The night of Halloween is considered to be a spooky night when the spirits come to life again and haunt the houses. Perhaps few of us know that this particular holiday is dedicated to the Day of All Saints when people used to commemorate those dead relatives, going to their tombs and lit candles.

There are many legends related to this holiday and people who believed in the life after death and the spirits who were supposed to come and haunt them tried to find all kinds of tricks to keep them away. They used to turn off the fire in their homes and wear ugly costumes so that they could scary these spirits.If you want to add a Halloween decoration to your home or you just simply want a new face for your old wall clock then the following DIY project is perfect for you.

It refers to a very nice and funny DIY Halloween Wall Clock that can look great on your wall or you even can give it as a present to a friend. For this kind of transformation you need some spider webs that you can draw or make them using the silhouette machine, glitter spiders and white spray paint. You can start by putting the spray paint on the clock, let it dry, then apply the web spiders and hot glue glitter spiders to the clock.


Published by in DIY, on September 30th, 2011

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