DIY Halloween Decorations
DIY Halloween Decorations are one of my favorite ways to celebrate Halloween. Whether you have little ones excited to decorate or not, these crafts for Halloween shared this week are sure to give you some great ideas! Making homemade Halloween decorations became a tradition when our kids were preschoolers. They’ve grown up a bit, but they still like to take part in the spooky festivities! If you are looking for more fun DIY Halloween Decorations check out my Jack-O-Lantern Votives, Hanging Lantern Ghosts, and these Paper Witch Shoes. We love Halloween around here, so you will certainly be able to find some great Halloween decorating ideas throughout the blog. Happy crafting…and Happy haunting!
DIY Halloween Decorations
DIY Halloween Banner from Shaken Together just needs to be printed and tied together. The hard part has already been done for you. I love the vintage feel.
This glittered BOO sign is a fun touch for the front door.
Spider Wreath from Kaminski’s Creations
Really there are so many fun ways to welcome guests with these Halloween Porch Ideas. I love the floating witch hats!
These witch legs are so fun! Kids will love how bright they are and not too spooky.
This DIY Halloween Candy Wreath is such an easy way to BOO your friends and family! Her only tip is that you shouldn’t hang it on their door if it’s a hot day. You don’t want their tasty treats to melt!
Making these DIY paper spider web is a great way to let kids make decorations and decorate for Halloween.
Halloween decorations for the table
These bloody candles might be too much for your Halloween table, but if you need something REALLY spooky they are perfect.
Flying Bat Napkin Rings from Delightfully Noted
How crazy easy but great Halloween party cups!?!
These spooky potion bottles make a great Halloween centerpiece for you table.
This head in a jar is terrifying!
Homemade Halloween decorations for the home
DIY Pottery Barn Skull Vases from My EnRoute Life
Halloween Terrariums from Today’s Creative Blogs
These easy ghosts globes are made from cheesecloth. They come together easily. She even made a dementor.
Halloween decorations for the yard
These eyeballs in a tree are a funny idea for the daytime. How about painting them with glow in the dark paint so they would be spooky at night.
This lighted Halloween ghost isn’t too spooky but makes a cool display! It is also simple to make with a tomato cage. Princess Pinky Girl is so clever!
And of course now you need something fun to eat! Check out these Halloween Dinner Ideas.