Alright, so Halloween is almost here and many people are getting pretty excited to decorate their home. And the more scary, the better!
But not all of us have the extra money to spend on expensive Halloween decorations, so I decided I’d find some awesome DIY projects that are totally easy and super cheap. They really add a spooky feel to your home for this Halloween season. So check them out and let me know what to think!
DIY Skull Vase
Found from Persia Lou
Now, this is a cool way to add spooky vibes to your home. All you need is a craft foam skull, tool set, and black paint.
Spooky Crystal Ball Halloween Candlesticks
Found from Flamingo Toes
These crystal balls definitely look creepy and give an illusional display to your guests. It’s definitely an eye catcher for sure!
Found from The Band Wife Blog
I totally find this bookend scary and hip at the same time. I think this goes well even after the Halloween season.
Candy Corn Candle Pillar
Found from Woman’s Day
Prepare your entry way for the arrival of trick-or-treaters with the sweet aroma of candy-corn. It’s so easy to make, but just be sure that you blow out the candle before it burns below the candy.
Found from Grand in Road
Give your couch pillows a vintage-spooky look for the Halloween season using this tutorial. Super cute right?
Found from Hgtv
This one can take a bit of time, but the result will be amazing and make your home stand out from the rest!
Corn Husk Broom
Found from Klein Worth Co
Turn a dried corn husk and twigs into a witch broom. This easy project is perfect to do with kids!
DIY Headless Horseman Figure
Found from Hgtv
Welcome Halloween visitors with the spooky headless horseman on your front porch or entry way! This may look intimidating but honestly, it’s so easy to do.
Climbing Halloween Skeletons
Found from Cute DIY Projects
Grab all the attention to your outdoor decor with these climbing skeletons!
Halloween String Lights
You can get one here.
These pumpkin lights are a just-spooky-enough way to decorate your front porch without making it too scary for the littlest trick-or-treaters.
If you’re thinking about how you’ll decorate your home for this Halloween season, these DIY projects are such a great option. They’re straightforward and won’t take up too much of your time. And you can’t go wrong with all the spooky vibes they give. So you should definitely give them a try.
Now if you have any questions about any of these DIY Halloween ideas, let me know in the comments down below! I’d love to hear about them!