Halloween Party Ideas, Halloween Decoration Ideas

Throw a Spooky Halloween Party

Halloween Decorations for Small Spaces

Posted by Wendy Moyle on October 29, 2007

Plastic Window ScenesIf you have a dorm room, classroom or other small space to decorate, ShindigZ has tons of great tips for you to get creative with.

Start your decorating off with creating a spooky door. There are vinyl door banners you can personalize with your own custom wording. They’re great for a festive welcome and can be used year after year. String a strand of ghost lights or a spooky light set around the door frame for a bright accent.

Garland is a great way to liven up small spaces. Use string ‘em bats or ghost tissue garland across your ceiling, shelves, or other surfaces. As an alternative to traditional garland use a plastic chain link for a great dungeon look. Mini 3-D bats make really cool decorations scattered around your ceiling.

Add a lighted accent with Halloween paper lanterns or mini lighted pumpkins.

You can transform an entire room with our room setters and scene setters. They easily attach to walls with double sided tape and can be reused. The Tomb Stone Terror Scene is great for creating a creepy graveyard setting use the Grave Yard Raiders Scene with it for an extra-scary look. Decorate like your favorite slasher movies with our Friday the 13th Room Roll and wall decorations. These will be especially popular in a college dorm! For a less-frightening look, appropriate for a school classroom, try a Halloween Decorating Kit. It includes tons of cutouts, garland and tissue ornaments perfect for setting a festive fall scene.

Finally, decorate your windows with tons of Halloween static cling mirror decals. They work on windows, mirrors, or other hard surfaces. You can cover entire windows with plastic window scenes. They’re perfect for adding a finishing touch that decorates your small space (even your car!) from both inside and out!

Don’t forget Adrian the Ghost to welcome your guests!

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