Easy-to-Make DIY Halloween Decorations

Getting your house ready for Halloween doesn’t have to cost an arm and a leg. Here are 10 inexpensive and simple projects to get you ready for the season.

Easy-to-Make Halloween Decorations



Homemade Halloween decorations are a lot of fun to make and a great way to get your kids involved in this holiday. Making your own decorations ensures a unique look, plus you can reuse items around your house that might otherwise go to waste. So if you want to try something new this year, check out these easy-to-make DIY Halloween decorations and get inspired!


Skull Votive Holders

Skull Votive Holders
Add a touch of fear to your Halloween party or home decor with these spooky skull votive holders. (Tutorial: Eryn With A Y)

Halloween Bat Chandelier

Halloween Bat Chandelier
You could buy this cool bat chandelier at Pottery Barn Kids for $59, or you could make your own version for under 10 bucks! (Tutorial: Crafts Unleashed)

DIY Halloween Ghost Balloons

Halloween Ghost Balloons
All you need is a Sharpie and some balloons. (Tutorial: Design Improvised)



No Sew Mummy Pillow

No Sew Mummy Pillow
How charming is this no sew DIY mummy pillow?! Yes, no sewing! It’s effortless to make and adorable for Halloween! (Tutorial: Handmade Mood)

Milk Jug Ghosts

Milk Jug Ghosts
Collect and rinse out milk jugs and reuse them as decorations. (Tutorial: Marinekelsey)

Halloween Potion Bottles

Halloween Potion Bottles
Save old glass jars and containers to make these up-cycled DIY Halloween potion bottles. (Tutorial: Frugal Coupon Living)

Zombie Mason Jars

Zombie Mason Jars

These are so cute and would make great additions to a display or table centerpiece. (Tutorial: Mason Jar Crafts Love)

Trash Bag Spiderwebs

Trash Bag Spiderwebs

Adorn your walls with these wonderful and inexpensive trash bag spiderwebs. (Tutorial: Mom vs the Boys)

Styrofoam Spider

Styrofoam Spider

Use styrofoam balls and pipe cleaners to create this adorable spider. (Tutorial: Purple Hues and Me)

Halloween Tin Can Luminaries

Halloween Tin Can Luminaries

I am sure that you have a few empty tin cans around the house. Use them and make original luminaries for Halloween. It will give your home that Halloween glow it needs! (Tutorial: HoneyBear Lane)



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