Halloween is right around the corner! With putting together the perfect costume and planning your evening festivities, decorating your house may have slipped your mind. Some of you may like to go all out with your Halloween home decor, but for those of you who need a few last-minute, inexpensive decoration ideas, we are here to help!
Get ready for those trick-or-treaters and transform your home into a spooky Hallow’s Eve spot with these 10 creepy crafts.
1. Creepy Crawlers
Plastic spiders, painted skulls, and everything faux, this chic and simple display is every bit of eerie.
2. Ghostly Array
Stay spooky with these easy DIY hanging ghosts that only consist of Styrofoam balls, cloth, a few screws, and paint!
3. Front Yard Tombstones
Haunt your Hallow’s Eve guests with an at-home graveyard by arranging foam tombstones and creepy critters.
4. BOO-tiful Pillows
Festive pillows are a quick and easy way to add some scare to the scene. With a little felt, rhinestones, and sewing skills you can whip up a handmade Halloween pillow in no time!
5. Batty Pumpkins
These mini bat pumpkins are less scary and less effort! Cover your pumpkins with black chalkboard paint to draw a friendly or frightening face.
6. Crafty Candy Jars
These cute candy-filled jars are easy to make and can be refilled with your candy of choice. We love the wood letters that add a Halloween touch!
7. Festive Front Steps
Bring the Halloween spirit to your front steps with a spooky setting of pumpkins, crows, spiders and more. Don’t forget to set out a few candles to light up your decorative arrangement.
8. Skeleton Wreath
A modern twist on skulls and silver, this skeleton wreath is sure to send chills down your spine.
9. Screaming Marquee Letters
This purple marquee sign made of paper mache and mini lights proves not all Halloween decor has to be orange and ominous.
Photo courtesy of Lolly Jane
10. Halloween Stencil Garland
Dress up your home with a classic gold and black Halloween garland that will never go out of style!
How would you decorate your home for Halloween? Let us know in the comments below!
Top Image Credit: Architect Mason Kirby Inc