If you want to get your home in time for Halloween, but you don’t know how much time and money decorating you need, you’re on the right page. These creative Halloween decoration ideas are easy to make and won’t take a bite out of your candy budget.
First, look around the different corners of your home to discover all of the little spots that could use a festive touch, such as staircases, entry console tables, and lampshades. Then, use your craft glue and pipe cleaners to make these simple DIY decoration ideas.
Decoration Ideas for Your Next Halloween
Here are some wonderful ideas that you can use for your next Halloween decorations.
You don’t need to spend a huge amount of money to create a Halloween mantel. Look around your house for old books, vintage accessories, and candles. Next, add a few Halloween-specific accents like stuffed owls or skeletons to complete the look.
2. Console Table
You can create a Halloween-themed vignette on a console or side table, whether in your entry hall, living room, or dining room.
All you need to create a Halloween staircase are black paper, pumpkins, and a fake skull. You can also cut out spiders from black paper and stick them along the staircase walls. Use pumpkins and display them on the stairs and the skull on the stair’s newel post.
4. Gallery Wall
If you like to have a gallery wall, try a Halloween-themed one. You don’t need to buy expensive art. You can use any Halloween wall art you have at home.
You can use some lace to hang some ghost decorations. These will give your guests a vintage feel. Get some lace scraps at the fabric store and wrap them around foam balls. Afterward, place black sewing pins on the heads of the ghosts to create little eyes.
If you have some old pillows in your home, you can use them to make a quick Halloween project. Wrap some white muslin stripes around the pillow and secure with glue. Then, glue eyeballs made of black and white felt to the pillow.
Using three different-sized embroidery hoops, paper or foam bats, black craft paint, and black string, you can transform your plain porch light for Halloween. Paint the hoops with black, attach them with string to create a chandelier effect, and hang the bats of the hoops.
8. Lamp Shade
When you don’t feel like going all out when it comes to Halloween decorating, this idea is subtle, yet still festive. Surprise your visitors by adding spooky little accents to your lamps. You can make spiders from black yarn, black pipe cleaners, and buttons.
When you have an empty corner in your house, it is the perfect spot to create a Halloween-themed decoration. You can hang witches’ hats from the ceiling and a broomstick on the wall.
You can also add some spooky objects to your bookshelves for a quick Halloween-themed makeover. You can make some spider webs using wax paper, craft glue, and glitter.