Nothing screams Halloween more than binge-watching your favorite scary movies while crafting some creepy DIY decorations. We’ve come up with a few of our favorites that will have neighbors turning heads!
Scare Level: Low
These adorable bats from Made Everyday are the perfect balance of festive and cute. If you don’t want to go overboard, they’re an easy and affordable way to decorate. You can tape them both indoors and out and arrange them in any fashion you like.
If you have paper bags, old tin cans, mason jars, or milk jugs, you can upcycle them into these beautiful Halloween Luminaries that will light up your front patio or walkway. If you choose to go with the tin cans or glass jars, they will last for Halloweens to come!
Scare Level: Medium
Jack Skellington Halloween String Garlands
An homage to one of the best Halloween movies out there, these Jack Skellington String Garlands are a fun way to make use of extra balloons from parties past lying around the house! Plus, you can make the faces as scary, or as silly, as you want.
Floating Witch Hat Luminaries
A slightly spookier take on classic luminaries, these floating witch hats will look just as eerie floating inside the house as out.
Scare Level: High
Halloween Front Door Decor
To draw guests to the door (or scare them away?), these spooky decorating ideas are as fun as they are freaky. Our personal favorite? The clown.
Jack O’ Lanterns
You can’t talk Halloween decor without throwing in some scary Jack O’ Lantern ideas. This list of pumpkin carvings will provide you with some key inspiration to frighten all who dare set foot on your doorstep.
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