Halloween Home Decorating Ideas


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Halloween Home Decorating Ideas

Halloween Ornamentsmodpodgerocksblog.comChristmas ornaments make festive, cheap Halloween bulbs to decorate a house or yard. Cover ornaments in paper mache, then paint with Halloween designs like striped witch’s stockings, pumpkins, or ghosts.
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Halloween Home Decorating Ideas

With Halloween just around the corner, now’€™s the time to get into the Halloween spirit with some gorgeous and spooky decorations. But, don’t go about splurging money on store-bought stuff this year, instead spruce the festive season by making them all by yourself. Surprise everyone with your dark and evil side using these 45 Breathtaking And Effortless DIY Halloween Decorations.
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Halloween Home Decorating Ideas

If you have kids you probably have a box full of stuff that you wish to use some day for creating some kind of craft with your kids. Well, this Halloween can be the lucky time to do so. Make your own DIY Halloween bats just with some black card stock, scissors and tape. Sport them over the exterior or the interior walls of your house, flying in a stream and add to the creepy feel of Halloween.
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Halloween Home Decorating Ideas

Cheesecloth hanging ghosts is a Halloween craft that is perfect for the kids to be a part of, or even do all by themselves. Get a haunting Halloween view alive by hanging these homemade ghosts from tree branches or porch railings. These are not only easy to make, but also quite a cute element to the Halloween fever. Learn how you can make them levitate right in front of you and the guests.
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Halloween Home Decorating Ideas

1 Of 54 Pin it for later!Save these Halloween decorating ideas and follow Good Housekeeping on Pinterest for more holiday inspiration. Design by Sade Adeyina 2 Of 54 Fold a Bat NapkinPlain old napkins can transform into bats before your very eyes. Just follow this easy tutorial for a set of spooky table decorations. Advertisement – Continue Reading Below 3 Of 54 Hang a GarlandDIY a fun and festive banner by cutting flag shapes out of thick construction paper, spelling out your message and attaching to the mantel using ribbon or twine. Danielle Occhiogrosso 4 Of 54 Make an Eerie EntranceTake your door from boring to boo-ring with a scary grapevine wreath, pumpkin pillars and a pair of jack-o’-luminaries.Get the tutorials » Michael PartenioAdvertisement – Continue Reading Below 5 Of 54 Set a Spooky BuffetDish out your smorgasbord of desserts in shiver-inducing serving pieces, like a split-open plastic skull. Display homemade sweets along with classic Halloween candy, wrapped in layers of tulle, under cloches and on cake stands for a decrepit-cabinet-of-curiosities effect. Sinister crows in secondhand cages add the final touch. Get the tutorials » Kate Mathis 6 Of 54 Punch Up PumpkinsFlowers in fall shades transform any hollowed-out gourd into a wow-worthy centerpiece. The secret to a long-lasting display? Tuck a water-filled vase inside. Raymond HomAdvertisement – Continue Reading Below 7 Of 54 Pick Your PoisonOminous apothecary bottles from a mad scientist’s laboratory (check eBay or Etsy for vintage finds) display pre-wilted blossoms.Get the tutorial » Kate Mathis 8 Of 54 Stack a Topiary Wow trick-or-treaters by piling heirloom pumpkins on planters. To create a gilded wreath for the front door, snap up faux mini pumpkins (they’re lighter than the real deal!) and spray with metallic spray paint. Once they’re dry, attach pumpkins to a wreath form using hot glue. John KernickAdvertisement – Continue Reading Below 9 Of 54 Perfect the TabletopDress up the dinner table with a fast autumnal centerpiece. Just coil craft-store wire vines around gourds’ stems, then weave in a faux ivy garland for extra greenery. Michael Partenio 10 Of 54 Create a Cast of CharactersLast year’s costumes can dress up this year’s decorations, or mummify traditional jack-o’-lanterns with a dressing of kitchen cheesecloth.Get the tutorials » Michael Partenio
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Halloween Home Decorating Ideas

Prep your front porch or entryway for the arrival of trick-or-treaters or Halloween guests with the sweet aroma of candy-corn-filled hurricanes. To create them, place pillar candles inside clear glass hurricanes of different sizes then fill each hurricane, roughly halfway, with candy corn. For safety, be sure to blow out the candle before it burns below the candy. Get more Halloween front porch decorating ideas.
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Halloween Home Decorating Ideas

Mummy Seating CardsCourtesy Curly BirdsDecorate inside and out for Halloween with this ingenious idea from Curly Birds. Glue gauze, googly eyes, and cardboard to fashion small, square mummies. Set them out as place cards for a Halloween party, drop a few into the candy bucket for trick-or-treaters, or send to school with the kids to give out to classmates.
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Halloween Home Decorating Ideas

These have to be one of the easiest Halloween decorations ever. All you need to gather is colored plastic cups, LED tealights and a black marker to get creative and craft your little ghostly faces. An amazingly fun and quick project, these Halloween Candle Light Cups never fail to keep the magic of the festival alive with their bright glow and spooky facial features.
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Christmas ornaments make festive, cheap Halloween bulbs to decorate a house or yard. Cover ornaments in paper mache, then paint with Halloween designs like striped witch’s stockings, pumpkins, or ghosts.
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Decorate inside and out for Halloween with this ingenious idea from Curly Birds. Glue gauze, googly eyes, and cardboard to fashion small, square mummies. Set them out as place cards for a Halloween party, drop a few into the candy bucket for trick-or-treaters, or send to school with the kids to give out to classmates.
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Candy Corn Vasesswelldesigner.blogspot.comSet the scene with cheap candy corn vases by decorating a Halloween table, windowsill, or mantel. Simply spray clean, empty bottles with orange, yellow, and white paint.
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These decorating tricks are so easy, it’s frightening. Take a page out of Miss Havisham’s book and use sheet-draped chairs to give your room the look of ruin. Then, string a cheesecloth “cobweb” across a mirror and secure curly willow branches in candlesticks with museum wax.RELATED: Tour This Haunted House Decorated for Halloween
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Set the scene with cheap candy corn vases by decorating a Halloween table, windowsill, or mantel. Simply spray clean, empty bottles with orange, yellow, and white paint.
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Add a little Halloween “spirit” to your kitchen counter. All you need is a large glass jar, basic craft supplies and a little imagination. This easy project is perfect to do with kids, they’ll love coming up with ideas for spooky details. Get crafting with our step-by-step instructions.
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It’s a great idea to spice up your front door for the Trick or Treat party this Halloween. A goofy monster, a wicked wreath monster, a confused monster, creepy crawly, a green-eyed beast, Frankenstein, toothy monsters, stripey hair creature, or a cheeky one, you have it all to get inspired from. Here is an amazing roundup of some really clever yet easy Monster Door ideas to help you jump start your party night.
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What fun would it be to create a budget-friendly Halloween craft project at home that yields some unique looking Bloody Handprint Window Clings, along with some spooky fake blood drops. Instead of buying them from the stores, these do-it-yourself, reusable gory window clings made in just a few steps are just what you need to add a gruesome element to your festive decorations.
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Bloody Table RunnerCourtesy Brit+CoThe geniuses at Brit + Co. have made Halloween that much more festive with this so-simple-its-insane DIY. Your materials: Gauze, red acrylic paint, and a paintbrush. Dab your paintbrush into the red paint and sporadically brush along the gauze runner. For a truly Dexter-inspired look, swipe some red paint onto Mason jars for candle votives and on plastic cups (add a handprint or two for really gruesome settings).
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Boo-tiful Wreathspiralsandspatulas.comMake a ghostly wreath decoration with cheap white felt ghosts and a black bow. You can spray your wreath gray or black, or leave it natural. Even sweeter: Wrap lollipops in tissues to make ghostly Halloween treats, then cover a wreath by tucking under a ribbon or attaching with glue.
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Front Door MummyCourtesy Honey & FitzMake a ghoulish first impression with this five-minute Halloween door DIY from Honey and Fitz. First, tape paper streamers to the front door, overlapping the strips to give a wrapped look. Then, cut sheets of black and white construction paper into circles to make eyes. Place the eyes on the top of the door and tape to secure.
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Guide your guests to the front door with illuminated picture lanterns. To make these, four inexpensive picture frames are nailed together to make a square. Halloween drawings are printed on vellum paper then inserted into the frames, then a candle is set inside the frames. Get the step-by-step instructions >>
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Dish out your smorgasbord of desserts in shiver-inducing serving pieces, like a split-open plastic skull. Display homemade sweets along with classic Halloween candy, wrapped in layers of tulle, under cloches and on cake stands for a decrepit-cabinet-of-curiosities effect. Sinister crows in secondhand cages add the final touch.
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5 Of 54 Set a Spooky BuffetDish out your smorgasbord of desserts in shiver-inducing serving pieces, like a split-open plastic skull. Display homemade sweets along with classic Halloween candy, wrapped in layers of tulle, under cloches and on cake stands for a decrepit-cabinet-of-curiosities effect. Sinister crows in secondhand cages add the final touch. Get the tutorials » Kate Mathis

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