I created this last year for Halloween and took photos to share with you. The fake blood on the gloves were made using red paint markers, the biohazard sign was created with black poster board that cost less than $1.00, and the Halloween biohazard bags that I turned into candy bags were purchased from Amazon. I despise gory movies, but I do love and respect the involved creativity to making them look real. You too? We get a lot of trick-o-treaters on Halloween from our neighborhood, most of the parents know us and specifically come to our door just to see what new decorations we created for our porch and front door (remember the mummy that I made?). Hmm, I guess I can say we provide a dual treat … candy for the kids and decoration for the parents. Scroll down to see how u can create your very own biohazard sign to place on your door for Halloween or if you are an awful cook like me you can place the biohazard sign in your kitchen entryway as a cute warning to family that you are experimenting with new cooking recipes.
MATERIALS FOR BIOHAZARD SIGN
- 24×36 poster board in black
- round plates
- utility knife
4 STEPS / INSTRUCTIONS
FOR BIOHAZARD SIGN
- google ‘how to draw a biohazard symbol to use as a visual guide
- place plate on top of poster board
- with pencil softly trace plates onto black poster board
- then cut the design … that’s it!
I have to give credit to hubby for this gory idea of making the glove look bloody with red paint sharpie marker. My creativity focuses more on hearts and rainbows and cautioning people with fake biohazard signs not yucky gore. But, the blood looked so real that I had to share with you how EASY YOU CAN CREATE IT TOO.
FAKE BLOODY GLOVES
+ red paint marker
= fake bloody gloves Yep! that simple.
3 HALLOWEEN IDEAS
1. create biohazard sign or buy one
(then place it with ‘bloody’ red painted surgical gloves on your front door -or- in your kitchen when you are experimenting with new cooking recipes)
2. use biohazard bags as halloween candy bags
(you can buy these at Amazon!)
3. place AREA 51 (OR YOUR HOUSE #) sign on front door
(you can draw + color the letters or simply buy stencil letters from Staples or your local craft store