Halloween is right around the corner. It's one of the best times of the year to put up some spooky decorations to wow your trick-or-treaters. This Halloween is the perfect time to decorate your home with some of the best DIY Decor tips and tricks.
Here I have made a collection of some of the easiest Halloween DIY Decor ideas which are super easy to make and take barely minimum effort. Also, these DIY Halloween decors can be easily made using dollar-store items.
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Did you know you can easily use dollar store items like faux skulls, plastic spiders, white clothes, bandages, paper cutouts, and foam pumpkins to make so many easy and amazing Halloween decorations? So without further ado let's start with these easy DIY Halloween decor ideas.
DIY Halloween Decor Ideas
Jar full of faux hands
Get some faux porcelain Halloween items like these spooky-looking skeleton hands and arms. Simply add them to any jar and place them on your kitchen counter for quick decor.
DIY Candle decor for Halloween
Use LED Candles to decorate your ceiling. You can use wires to hang the candles to the ceiling for a spooky effect and decor for Halloween.
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Dollar store spiderweb decor
Use Dollar Store Spider webs to decorate your walls. These are an easy and quick decor for walls during Halloween.
Dollar store pumpkin topiary
You can use simple foam pumpkins and some artificial fall leaves to make a perfect Halloween Pumpkin Topiary for your porch decor.
This easy Pumpkin topiary is such a fun decor. All you need is some foam pumpkin jack-o-lanterns and paint them using black color. Now simply top with some artificial flowers and there you go your Halloween Pumpkin Topiary is ready in no time.
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Pumpkin topiary for outdoor
This makes for a quick Halloween porch decor. All you need is some faux pumpkins, spray paint them to make jack-o-lanterns, top with a paper mache hat and its ready!!
Dollar store Jack Skellington
This is one of the easiest Halloween crafts you should definitely try out. All you need is a small vase and a plate. Spray paint it and your very own and cute DIY Dollar store Jack Skellington is ready.
Halloween tire tray
A Halloween tire tray is a decorative tray made from a tire that is themed for Halloween. It can be used as a centerpiece or serving tray during Halloween parties or events.
DIY Halloween Pool Noodle Candles
To create easy DIY Halloween pool noodle candles, you will need the following materials:
- Pool noodles (preferably in Halloween colors like black or orange)
- Flameless LED tea lights
- Knife or scissors
- Hot glue gun
- Decorative items like googly eyes, spiders, or Halloween stickers (optional)
Cut the pool noodles into shorter lengths, depending on the desired size of your candles.
Use a knife or scissors to carve a small circular hole at the top of each pool noodle piece. Make sure the hole is large enough to fit the flameless LED tea light.
Insert the flameless LED tea light into the hole, ensuring it fits securely.
If desired, use hot glue to attach any decorative items like googly eyes, spiders, or Halloween stickers to the pool noodle candles.
Repeat the process for each pool noodle piece, creating as many candles as you like.
Once all the candles are ready, place them around your Halloween-themed pool area or any desired location.
Note: Remember to use flameless LED tea lights instead of real candles to ensure safety around water and flammable materials.
Halloween Mason Jars decor
Make this easy Mason jar decoration for Halloween using a hat and a small can. Paint it out and top with hat and once it dries out its ready.
Wine Bottle Decor
Make this easy Wine bottle craft for Halloween which is so easy and super simple.
Start by cleaning and removing any labels from the wine bottle.
Apply a base coat of silver paint to the entire surface of the bottle and let it dry.
Using a fine-tipped brush, paint spooky Halloween designs such as bats, ghosts, witches, or Jack Skellington on the bottle.
Once the paint is completely dry, you can add additional details such as glitter, ribbons, or stickers to enhance the Halloween theme.
Finish off the wine bottle decor by inserting a candle or battery-operated string lights inside the bottle to create a haunting glow.
Remember to exercise caution and only use flameless candles for safety purposes.
That's it! Your DIY Halloween wine bottle decor is complete and ready to spook up your home.
Halloween DIY Graveyard decor
Start by gathering materials such as cardboard, paint, and miniature tombstone decorations.
Cut out tombstone shapes from the cardboard and paint them with a gray or stone-like color.
Once the tombstones are dry, use a black marker or paint to write spooky epitaphs on them, such as "RIP" or "Here lies the undead."
Create a graveyard scene by arranging the tombstones in your desired layout, making sure to leave enough space between each one.
To add an eerie touch, sprinkle fake cobwebs or place miniature skeletons or zombies around the tombstones.
Illuminate the graveyard by placing battery-operated tea lights or glow sticks near the tombstones.
Voila! Your DIY Halloween graveyard decor is complete and ready to give your home a creepy atmosphere.
DIY Ghosts decor
To create DIY ghosts decor, you can follow these steps:
- White fabric or cheesecloth
- Styrofoam balls or balloons
- Twine or string
- Black marker or adhesive googly eyes
- Optional: wire or coat hangers for hanging
Cut the fabric or cheesecloth into large square pieces.
If using styrofoam balls, insert a piece of twine or string into the top of each ball to create a hanging loop.
Place a styrofoam ball in the center of each fabric square. If using balloons, blow them up to the desired size and tie a piece of twine or string around the balloon knot.
Gather the fabric around the styrofoam ball or balloon and tie it tightly with twine or string just below the ball to create the ghost's head.
Trim any excess fabric below the tie to create a flowing ghostly shape.
Use a black marker or adhesive googly eyes to create the ghost's eyes and mouth. You can make them spooky or friendly, depending on your preference.
If you want to hang the ghosts, attach a piece of wire or a coat hanger to the top of each ghost by tying or twisting it securely.
Hang the ghosts from trees, ceilings, or wherever you'd like to display them.
Enjoy your DIY ghosts decor!
Spooky eyes flowers
Make these DIY Spooky eyed flowers which are nothing but monster eye balls glued in the center of artificial flowers and once it dries out add them to your desired vase.
Halloween Mantel Decor
Make this easy Halloween mantel decor using Trick or Treat sign, Halloween Banner, styrofoam pumpkins etc.
Spooky Mantel decor for Halloween
Jack O Lantern decor for Halloween
Fall Lantern Decor
Lantern decor with white pumpkins
Halloween outdoor decor
DIY Halloween Porch decor
DIY Decor with props
Halloween Porch decor
When it comes to Halloween porch decor, there are several elements you can include to create a spooky and festive atmosphere:
Pumpkins: Place carved or painted pumpkins on your porch to add a classic Halloween touch. You can also consider using different sizes and shapes to create visual interest.
Wreaths: Hang a Halloween-themed wreath on your front door to welcome trick-or-treaters. Look for wreaths featuring bats, spiders, or other spooky elements.
Spiderwebs: Stretch fake spiderwebs across your porch railing or corners to create a creepy effect. Add plastic spiders to complete the look.
Lighting: Use string lights or lanterns to illuminate your porch. Opt for orange or purple lights to enhance the Halloween ambiance.
Scarecrows or Skeletons: Position scarecrows, skeletons, or other Halloween-themed figures on your porch to create a spooky scene. You can pose them sitting on chairs or hanging from the ceiling.
Banners or Signs: Hang Halloween-themed banners or signs on your porch railing or walls. Look for phrases like "Trick or Treat" or "Happy Halloween" to add a festive touch.
Hay Bales or Cornstalks: Arrange hay bales or cornstalks near your porch steps to create a rustic Halloween vibe. You can also incorporate pumpkins, gourds, or scarecrows into the display.
Window Decorations: Use spooky window clings or decals to decorate your windows. This can include bats, witches, ghosts, or any other Halloween-themed designs.
Remember to have fun and be creative with your Halloween porch decor. These elements will help create a festive and inviting atmosphere for visitors during the Halloween season.
DIY Skeleton Bouquet
To create a DIY Skeleton Bouquet, you will need the following materials:
- Artificial or foam skeleton decorations
- Floral wire or hot glue gun
- Flowers of your choice
- Floral tape
- Wire cutters
- Vase or container
Here's how you can make a DIY Skeleton Bouquet:
Prepare your skeleton decorations by removing any excess packaging or attachments.
Attach floral wire or use a hot glue gun to secure the skeleton decorations to the wire. Make sure they are firmly attached and won't come loose.
Prepare your flowers by removing any excess leaves or thorns. Cut the stems to the desired length using wire cutters.
Take a flower and wrap the stem with floral tape. This will help to secure the flower and make it easier to attach to the skeleton.
Attach the flower to the skeleton by wrapping the floral tape around the wire or hot glue attachment point. Ensure the flower is firmly attached.
Repeat steps 4 and 5 for the remaining flowers, attaching them evenly around the skeleton.
Once all the flowers are attached, arrange them in a bouquet shape by gently bending the wires or repositioning the skeleton.
Place the DIY Skeleton Bouquet in a vase or container filled with water or floral foam to keep the flowers hydrated.
Optionally, you can add additional decorative elements such as ribbons, lace, or foliage to enhance the bouquet's appearance.
Your DIY Skeleton Bouquet is now ready to display! Enjoy your unique and spooky floral arrangement.
This easy pumpkin topiary is a decorative arrangement of pumpkins stacked on top of each other, often embellished with other festive elements like foliage, gourds, or lights. It makes for a great Halloween or fall-themed centerpiece or as in here a great Halloween outdoor decoration.
Halloween Tree Decor
Create a spooky atmosphere by hanging ghost decorations from trees or porch ceilings.
To add an extra eerie touch, place glowing eyes flowers in your garden or around your porch.
Give your mantel a haunting makeover with Halloween-themed decor, such as spider webs, witch hats, and black cats.
Create a spooky mantel display by incorporating items like skeleton figurines, black candles, and creepy spiders.
Transform your porch with jack-o-lantern decor, including carved pumpkins, light-up decorations, and scarecrows.
Add a touch of fall charm to your home with lantern decor featuring white pumpkins, autumn leaves, and rustic accents.
Enhance your outdoor space with Halloween-themed decorations like tombstones, witches, and spider webs.
Create a welcoming and spooky ambiance on your porch with DIY Halloween porch decor, including wreaths, lanterns, and pumpkins.
Elevate your Halloween decor with DIY props such as cauldrons, broomsticks, and fake spiders.
Transform your porch into a Halloween wonderland with Halloween porch decor, including spooky signs, witch hats, and hanging bats.
Craft a unique DIY skeleton bouquet by combining faux flowers with miniature skeletons for a creepy yet elegant centerpiece.
Add a festive touch to your outdoor space with a pumpkin topiary, featuring stacked pumpkins, fall foliage, and Halloween accents.
Get into the Halloween spirit by decorating a Halloween tree with ornaments, lights, and themed decorations.
So these were some of the easiest Halloween DIY Indoor decor using dollar store items. Hope you enjoy decorating your home for Halloween. Have fun.