DIY HALLOWEEN DECOR | THE SORRY GIRLS

DIY HALLOWEEN DECOR | THE SORRY GIRLS


[Music] all right thanks Kelsey my name is Becky I’m with the sorry girls I’m we’re doing another episode of brick lloween edition so it’s raining outside it’s gross behind us so we didn’t bring this big guy to the thrift store but we deal with a vlog camera so here’s what you missed all right we’re on the hunt for a Halloween decor I guess it’s kind of cheating to buy premade stuff right yeah exactly though many of them it’s meant to be okay so now a roundup summary of everything that we picked up okay we got some thread they just happen to be in Halloween colors like are you kidding me that’s going to be something this huge bag of creepy crawly bug toys two candlesticks a bunch of different size picture frames and this is just cider webs which you know you can’t really do too much creatively with this but we use a rabbit thing and um along the same lines of the bugs we got some snakes and an alligator but I only won’t use that and we got this old clock that we might use for something super cool yeah all right so let’s take all these things and make some super sweet Halloween decor super scary not so super scary all right so we’re going to start with these two super old-school candlesticks that we got at the thrift store and we want to make some spooky fake candles too in them and since we don’t need these candles to actually work it’s just for decor we’re going to make our own candles out of some card stock so we’re going to take some of this blue cardstock tone where we’re going to paint it and make two tubes that are the size we want our candles to be okay so this is what we have so far I’m just going to cover the top with a little bit of electrical tape so that it’s not so open if you didn’t want throw like a tea light in there make sure it’s battery-operated or not flame operated definitely not a good time to do that so now to add some faux candle laughs I’m just going to take a hot glue gun and add some drips around the tops to make it look like a real candle all right so we’re going to be spray-painting our candles black along with some other things coming up so we’re gonna set you aside just for the moment so now onto this amazing old clock that we got we’re going to be using the glass bit from it as well as the base we want to take a part of the old clock on the inside because we’re not going to use that guy however you feel you need to so now we have kind of a spooky specimen jar we’re going to be stuffing it with this amazing rubber snake but first we got to paint this guy black as well as paint the face of the silver so these are all going to go in our to be painted pile so our next third flip a spooky Halloween decor idea is to do kind of like this taxidermied bug wall art so I picked up these great little rubber bugs and the whole picture frames I don’t even know who this woman is and we’re going to be taking the glass out of this putting little bugs on it and then hanging these on our wall so the bugs need to get painted and the frames need to get painted so again into our painted file these things are going to get painted silver and these things are going to get painted black and once they’re all painted they’ll look like this so now that our creepy crawlies are all painted they’re ready to be mounted to our plaques and labeled [Music] I’m just adding little creepy sciency labels here using some paper and a black marker and then adding some dots with the silver paint pen on the corners to make it look like tiny nails and then glue them underneath your bugs alright so our Halloween decor is looking super spooky so far but I’m gonna pass it over to Kelsey to show you some really easy wall art and also how to assemble and style all this on a table alright we’re going to make some super sheet spider webs on your wall not the white stringy kind this is going to be a simple black red kind and this is all you’re gonna need right here so to make this cobweb you’re going to take four long pieces of your string and crisscross them so they make a big star shape next I cut off a long piece of string and I’m just going to start in the middle by tying a knot to all the cross pieces and then I’m just going to go outwards in a spiral tying knots to every cross piece as I come across them and to make it tight you can just slide up the knots until you see a straight line there’s no sagginess and if you run in a string just tie on another knot cut the excess and keep going this is how the final product looks it probably like took me fifteen minutes but it’s like a super cool wall decor piece and to finish this wall I’m going to add the frames of the bug assessment that Becky need right here so for our table we’re just starting with some black scrap fabric we have this is great you don’t really need a tablecloth you can just use whatever we have around the house and we also spread out the cobwebs as a base for our table we then added our candlestick holders and inserted our DIY candlesticks so as you can see Becky’s turned our clock into a nice showcase and these sell at like Pottery Barn and stuff for like fifty dollars so it’s one DIY your own this is how and we’ve done this before so you can check out a video for that right here but today I’m going to put some stuff in it including cobwebs and a snake and finish the whole thing off with some more creepy crawlies so this is our completed setup you can do this for like a dining table if you’re having a dinner party or front hallway when kids come to get some candy this only costs us 20 bucks I think it turned out really cool I hope you guys liked another episode of strip flip if you’d like to see more through episodes there’s a whole playlist here that you can click on and watch we hope you guys got inspired by this video these throw flips are always just to kind of let you know what you can do with roasts or items because obviously you’re gonna find the same things that last what hope this inspires you to go up there and try makes up out of 50 items and hey for Halloween decor we never do it we always stick to the costumes and we never get to the decor but this year we started the costumes so early we’re like okay wait time and a lot of you guys requested it so we love to do you request yeah and we also have some more Halloween decor coming up so make sure you guys are subscribed if you’re not already to make sure that you see that stuff all right if you like this video make sure you like it if you love it make sure you sub it and we’ll see you next time bye-bye you

100 thoughts on “DIY HALLOWEEN DECOR | THE SORRY GIRLS

  1. im pretty sure the woman in the frame is Suzanne Somers of "Three's Company", "Step by Step" and Thighmaster fame hahaha

  2. These are my favorite videos 😍 I love how you guys use things that are thrifted but can be found at any thrift store, super cool!

  3. I'm loving the Halloween themed month, but I don't have Halloween where I live 🙁 so maybe u guys can have a Christmas themed month?? that would be the best thing ever

  4. omg i have that domed gold clock thing at my house! and i've never seen the bug theme before and it's so cool i gotta do that in my room

  5. It would be cool to re-use the specimen jar and put a rose in it for a beauty and the beast themed party or something (thrift flip-flip?)

  6. I feel dumb for asking this but how did you guys stick the black string spider web on the wall…..btw love you guys and keep making great vids

  7. Don't do the mirror in the back, it doesn't add anything and it kind of distracts from what you're making, and that's what we are here for.
    Btw I love your Thrift Flip videos! great job

  8. TheSorryGirls I need a DIY staight jacket that I can still move in if I need to. maybe with velcro. please please help!

  9. Great ideas!!!I just uploaded my first video after being a chicken for 5yrs..lol…Creepy Dollar Tree tablescape…hugs

  10. It would've been really cool if you could've gotten like, a fake heart or brain and put it in the jar. Talk about spooky.

  11. OMG so cool! I love those DIY halloween decors! you guys put together 3 things I love, Halloween, DIY , Thrift store! please do more Thrift flip! 🙂 Keep the great work and inspiring us all! 🙂

  12. LOVE all of these ideas. Recreated the bugs but in gold and it looks amazing! One piece of constructive criticism would be to slow some crafts down a bit and give more thorough instructions. I'm currently doing the spider web one right now and finding it really hard to recreate and I'm a very crafty person I dont know why I'm finding it so difficult. Haha maybe it's just me. Thanks for always putting out amazing videos and thank you for these great halloween decoration ideas. <3

  13. Love your ideas so cool but so simple which is nice so anyone could do it.I have a request would you guys do a haunted tent area for a room or outdoor area using thrifted items or revamped items?Please click like on my comment if you'd like to also see them do that so they know how interested we all are to see that or not?

  14. an idea for the snake jar thing take a lighter and kinda burn inside it creates a smokey effect and its rlly cool

  15. The haul at the start of the video reminded me of the old Halloween themed Ispy books with the two candle sticks

  16. In the interest of giving honest feedback – I liked some of your older videos, I want to like your newer videos which is why I watch but the end products are disappointing.

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