Best 50 DIY Halloween Decorations that will decorate your home for a spooktacular time.
I honestly am the WORST at decorating for Halloween. I just have never had that much gumption to do so. The most I have ever done would be paper bats that I hung in our front entry and a scarecrow that I bought at Hobby Lobby (and it wasn’t even scary, more like happy/creepy).
This is the year I have decided to change all of that. So I asked my Pinterest guru sister, Nicole to send me some of her favorite Pins of Halloween and then I went on a search myself.
And I was completely amazed on what I found. People are so creative and amazingly talented. Be sure to check them all out, I have even shared with you which ones I will totally be doing.
Let me know if there are any that you just love or if I missed one of your favorites be sure to comment below, I totally want to check it out. XOXO San
Floating Witch Hat Luminaries – this is honestly my favorite Halloween decoration and if I get the gumption to do any of these, it will be this one.
Friendly Ghosts – not too scary for those little ones, yet festive.
Chic Pumpkins – 2 ways and so easy, aren’t they adorable? I can totally do this!
Witch Legs – I know my grandma would get a hoot out of these. Maybe something we will have to go and do for her.
Mummy Door – love this easy transformation of your front door. My little guy Cannon really wants to do this.
Sidewalk Skulls – line your drive way with these skulls. Fun, festive decoration that won’t scare off the little ones.
Bats Door – I love, love, love this. I have my front door already decorated with a lame sticker. Thinking I will switch to this. Thoughts?
Cheesecloth Ghost – a perfect decoration for above the dining room table or door way entry. I think these are just adorable.
Bakers Twine Pumpkins – so simple and adorable. I would keep these up through Thanksgiving.
Spooky Spider Cutouts – simple, easy and little required. Perfect for a school party decoration or activity.
DIY Pumpkin Candle Holders – these are super adorable and I know as soon as my sister sees these she will want to make them.
Spooky Crystal Ball Candle Sticks – these are something that I would totally pick up at Home Goods or Target. But I am sure it is cheaper to make them on my own. Impress your friends with these. Get the clear Christmas bulbs here.
Pacman Halloween Garland – I love this retro garland. I love that you could easily reuse this for a birthday party too. Best. Garland. Idea.
Spider Wreath – itsy – bitsy – spider went up the front door….I think that this is my favorite spider decoration yet!
Hanging Mummy Ghost – winner for the scariest ghost! Literally this would be a cause for me to skip that house with my little ones. Granted my kids would run right up to it but trust me I would try to convince them otherwise…lol.
Halloween Pom Pom Garland (Wreath) – this is completely adorable and what I love about this garland is that it is felt. so you can reuse it every year.
Halloween Wreath – I love that you are just using things you already have on hand. Saving you at least $60!
Halloween Skull Wreath – clever idea. Making the front of your door a little spooky.
Candy Corn Garland – I am loving this idea. There are two drawbacks though – one I think my duaghter Jersey would eat them and two I wonder if you hands get sticky?
Spooky Spider Eggs – creepy! Just creepy but that is the whole point right?
Vinyl Halloween Door Decorations – love that you can make these easy door decorations from picking up a few vinyl table cloths. Order the vinyl table cloths here.
Spooky Terrariums – a simple glass jar and a few creepy, crawly plastic critters and you are set.
Candy Corn Wreath – I love how this doesn’t look gaudy at all. Candy corn to me is just kind of gaudy, so that fact that I just love this wreath says a lot.
Want to go a little more scary for a wreath on the front door – try this Snake Wreath. My boys would totally love to do this, my girls not so much.
Creepy Candy Corn Jar – this is just too cute! I am loving it a guarantee must make here in our home.
Mummy Jars – my sister has made these as well. She is Miss Crafty when it comes to making Halloween decorations and she becomes a little Pinterest obsessed. Pick up some mason jars here and grab the cheese cloth too while you are it.
Trick or Treat some fantastic party and decoration ideas, all in one place.
Halloween Broom Bags – I love that this could be a decoration & a treat for friends that drop by.
Ghost Lanterns (Jugs) – a great way to recycle what you may already have in your recycle bin.
DIY Bloody Hand Print Clings – my boys will love this one.
Boo Pumpkins – my sister, Nicole actually has made these and they turned out amazing!
4 Luminaries Ideas – use your classic brown paper lunch bags and transform them into fun light.
Bats – now I actually tried something like this a few years back and hung them our on dinning room wall and in our front walk entry. I think that is the most elaborate I have ever been decorating for Halloween. And still proud of it to this day.
Halloween Candle Light Cups – this is a great use and idea for just your basic plastic cups. Another use for these classics at your party.
Cardboard Tombstones – my boys would totally getting a kick making a grave for everyone in the family. Not sure what they would write on mine.
I love cheap ideas and this post on “How to Transform $1 Store Pumpkins” is just what I am looking for.
Black Cat-O-Lanterns – I have never seen an idea like this. Clever! This is for all you cat lovers.
Halloween Eyes in the Bushes – make those bushes a little scary just became easy. You won’t need dad standing outside and jumping out of them.
No Carve Pumpkin Ideas – some great ideas and you can use them as decoration for really anywhere.
Simple Fresh Gourd Garland – I love the simplicity of this. And I don’t just think it is for Halloween but you could keep this up all of fall and through Thanksgiving.
Glow in the Dark Jars – every decoration idea in this post are amazing and all of them I could actually swing.
Halloween Floating Frames – an incredible cute idea and what I love about these is that you could put them anywhere, they aren’t overly gaudy.
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