Make your own vintage-inspired moon Halloween decorations by crafting, as noted by Up All Night DIY. Craft a moon sculpture by putting air-dry clay over a Styrofoam ball. Don’t forget to make cheeks by rolling two balls of clay, and placing the clay balls two inches above the bottom of the Styrofoam clay ball and one inch across. To create craters, use the back of a paintbrush and make dots all over the Styrofoam clay ball. Make a nose in between the two eyes with the back of the paintbrush as well. Once the clay has fully dried, use white craft paint to cover the clay moon’s head. Sketch and paint eyes as well. Paint and wrap garland around the hat for an additional festive touch. The moon sculpture would look pleasant amongst other crafted vintage-inspired Halloween items displayed on a dresser or everyday table.
Another moon-related craft would be a moon on a stand. Print out a vintage moon face to place on top of a round flat white board. Place transfer paper underneath the printed vintage moon face. Grab a pencil to trace the moon’s facial features. Put the transfer paper aside, and use gray and charcoal paint to shade in spots and color craters. Look around at craft stores to purchase a gray, blue, or black mini wooden stand to represent the nighttime. Find a small wooden stick, and glue one end to the stand and one end to the rounded board. The moon stand could act as a centerpiece on counters, on an outdoor porch table, or on a desk in a bedroom. Working with vintage-inspired Halloween accessories is fun, and can be worked into most home design aesthetics.