Halloween is just a few weeks away and it’s officially time to start getting your home ready for some ghoulish fun. While pumpkin carving and decorating with cobweb make for lots of family fun, you can take your Halloween home decor to a whole new spooky level with some easy DIY crafts. Deputy Editor of FamilyFun Magazine Ayn-Monique Klahre stopped by TODAY to share some of her favorite projects that will make for a freakishly good Halloween. 1. On a protected surface, spray the tops of the toys with two to three light coats of paint, letting it dry in between. Don’t paint the undersides. 2. While they’re drying, use old gift wrap to make the swarm template. Tack it to your door, and draw on your desired shape (it can be any size). Remove and cut out. Use this template to cut the hardware cloth. 4. Have the kids arrange the toys on the cloth, largest ones first. Glue them down. Let them dry overnight. 5. To hang, loop eight to ten lengths of fishing line through the top of the cloth, spaced about three inches apart (depending on size). Use thumbtacks or duct tape to secure the loops to the door. 1. Cut the top flaps off a box, then flip it over. Use a glue sti...