Are you ready for fun decorations with family and friends? With a few crafty ideas and your personal touch, you'll be having a spooktacular Halloween!
When you think about Halloween, it's easy to get overwhelmed by the thought of decorating your house and planning for a big party. However, there is no need to spend a lot of money on decorations when you can buy some cheap, spooky-themed decorations at many different stores. Check out these Halloween decoration ideas.
Grab your broom and to your local Dollar store near you today! Get foam balls, eyes, glitter bats, spooky candle holder. You can make these simple projects at home without spending big bucks.
You can create decorated pumpkins using foam to carve out faces with lots of personality with decorating kits! Instead of carving real pumpkins, you can cut, carve, paint, and add props to foam pumpkins. Double the fun by getting the kids to help with this no-mess holiday craft project. Get ready to have plenty of family fun while you decorate your own personalized pumpkins!
Go for gory if the spooky, pumpkin theme thing is not your thing. Tombstones, creepy spiders, and of course spider webs. Whether your theme is gory or spooky, it’s not Halloween without spiderwebs.
Boo! Deck your walkway and entryway out with the spookiest of decorations. Craft your own spooky ghost with cheesecloth and foam balls that appear to levitate. Trick-or-treater and trespassers, beware! Use artificial tombstones, rubber bats, rats to have the scariest house on the street.
Do you love decorating your front porch for Halloween trick-or-treaters? Set the stage for Halloween night with two spooky and simple wreath ideas.
Use some glitter, vases, and other cool stuff to spruce up your Halloween party decorations. With some decorated plates, candle holders, goblets, bowls, serving trays, and a little glue and paint, you can transform these items into the creepy scary décor.
For a spooktacular cuisine served up in style. Since these are reusable it’ll save you money for next year’s party. Use glow sticks for everything to light the dark while the kids are out trick or treating.
No Halloween party is complete without a centerpiece. A few yard twigs from your yard and craft supplies can make for a rather creepy bat full centerpiece. You can pin on it some glittery bat ornaments and other creepy Halloween creatures. Ask your kids to add their own creative paper-made ornament decors to the tree, too. The scarier, the merrier!
This DIY stand is such a fun and unique way to display a batch of cupcakes at your upcoming Halloween party. Create this look with glass plates, bowls, glue, and black paint. Add some decorated cupcakes, a cute Halloween figurine, and a pumpkin paper lantern.
Getting festive with Halloween decorations for a spooky Halloween is not so daunting with some thrifty shopping. Thanks for stopping by and have a fun, safe Halloween.