1. A Floating Ghost
Your kids will be delighted by this cheesecloth ghost in weird postures this Halloween. Easy to make with inexpensive materials from the craft store, these ghosts are sure to liven up the spooky scene at your house. You will need some cheesecloth – which can often be found in your grocery store if the craft store doesn’t carry it – felt, cornstarch, and water. A few simple steps, and your house will be haunted in no time!
2. That’s Just Devilishly Genius
Did you have any idea that you could make bone chilling ghosts with bright glowing eyes peek out of your garden bushes, all by using some old, empty toilet paper rolls and some glow sticks ? Freak out everyone who is passing by your house with these spooky eyed creatures and have a fun-filled Halloween.
3. Spooky Halloween Candle Light Cups!
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.
4. DIY Halloween Front Door Mummy
Looking out for some inexpensive DIY Halloween decor? Mummify your front door using good ole fashioned crepe paper streamers. This one is a freaky mummy front door covering to bring the magic of Halloween right at your doorstep.
5. Mason Jar Jack-o-Lanterns
Create a spooky centerpiece for this Halloween party with this cool and trendy decoration idea that’s truly cost-friendly and effortless to achieve. These Mason Jar Jack-o-Lanterns simply take the cake with glowing faces peeking through. From pumpkins to mummies to ghostly designs, create the lovely DIY Halloween luminaries using mason jars and LED tealights.
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.
7. PB Knock-Off Hanging Ghosts
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.
8. Monster Doors
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.
9. DIY Bloody Handprint Window Clings
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.
10. Wall Spider Web
This year , bid farewell to store bought and incorporate some homespun decor into your space with handmade crafts. A yarn, a two-sided tape and some toy spiders – that’s the list of all the stuff you require to cover the walls with giant and creepy DIY spider webs and celebrate the charm of Halloween this season.
11. Illuminated Ghost Garland
Light up some ghosts to welcome your visitors with this adorable Illuminated Ghost Garland resting on your porch. Taking no more than 5 supplies to come to life, these garlands are unbelievably simple to craft. The most amazing and cool thing about this decoration is that it looks scary in the day and even more scary in the night with just a flip of a switch !
12. Making Paper Bats For Lamp Shades
Add black bat silhouettes to the insides of your room lamps that won’t be visible to anyone until you switch the lamps on to heighten the Halloween fun. Get the bat lines lampshades glowing when you are all set to celebrate the trick-or-treat night and make everyone shudder at their sight. Making this trick takes no more than 10 minutes, perfect for the last-minute procrastinators!
13. Cheap Trash Bag Spiderwebs
Best out of waste, this Halloween decor is made from stuff that you already have around the house : a trash bag, scissors and tape. This amazing idea is a truly brilliant and inexpensive way to create some bold spider webs to adorn on the walls.
14. Paper Mice
Your little ones are going to get a spooky kick out of these creepy paper mice decorations. You can stick these crawly mice wherever you want around you home to add that frightening factor to your decor, whether its the chairs, the staircase, the floor or even the dinner table!
15. Halloween Tin Can Luminaries
Celebrate this Halloween with these adorable homemade punched-tin lanterns that you can re-purpose using old cans. These tin can luminaries are beautiful lit up at night, with a candle sitting inside. Create gorgeous scattered light patterns around with holes punched in these luminaries that are much budget-friendly and easy to make all by yourself as compared to the expensive store-bought ones.
16. Easy Halloween Luminaries
Luminaries are a fun way to display the Halloween spirit at your entryway and porch. Here is a really cute, cheap and easy ways to light up your home with decorative luminaries made with recycled materials. Place or hang some lovely bunches of self-made luminaries built using mason jars, some black paper, a masking tape and crafts glue.
17. DIY Paper Bag Luminaries
When it comes to enhancing the beauty of the day, no matter what’s the occasion, candle light never fails to make a mark. These DIY Paper Bag Luminaries made using battery operated candles can contribute exquisitely to your decor. With just a few minutes, you can have some pretty new luminaries for your home or the pathway to your space for guiding children to your party this Halloween!
18. Ombre Wine Bottles
Repurpose some old wine bottles and transform them into a lovely and elegant fall centerpiece for this Halloween season. This DIY craft is a simple, quick and inexpensive technique to prepare your home for the festivities and take your decor to an all new level of fantastic. Collect some fall color spray paints and get going with making your Ombre Wine Bottles, perfect to display on the tables along with some bright fall leaves.
19. Mummy Jars
Without the need of overflowing the budget or being a queen at crafts, get in the Halloween spirit with these DIY Mummy Jars lighting up your home with re-purposed old jars around the house. Sporting some googly eyes, the mummy jars can be made using glass canning jars, a paint brush, lots of medical gauze, mod podge and craft eyes. You would love how adorable these luminaries look.
20. Spirit Jugs
Recycle old milk jugs within minutes into something remarkably spectacular – DIY Spirit Jugs that will spruce up your space with the festive spirit. Put a group of these glowing jugs along your walkway or front porch to say hello to those lovely little holiday visitors. These ghostly guys need just a few clean gallon milk jugs, a permanent marker, a craft knife and a string of lights to come to life.
21. Creating The Night Sky
Adorn a charming and bright night sky with floating candles on the ceiling to bring in some magic of Halloween to your home. Make your very own Night Sky at home using your creative skills and some tools easily available out there. Flaunting gorgeous stars and suspended candle light, this DIY project is one-of-a-kind idea that is definitely going to make your celebration a huge hit as well as memorable by all for years to come.
22. Easy, Do-It-Yourself Ghost
Here’s an idea to make original chicken wire ghosts, perfect to be placed in your garden and horrify all those who enter. This ghost is so realistic and frightening that it can actually give everyone some real goosebumps. Made using some fence wire transformed into a ghostly, translucent-looking figure, this DIY ghost project is surprisingly easy for the results that it produces.
23. Halloween Magnetic Spiders
Spiders all over your door is perhaps, one of the most spookiest and thrilling things when it comes to a great Halloween decor. Have the creepy crawly spiders attack the door, or march in sync to make it a interesting and unique spider invasion. All you need to do is get some plastic spider rings and perform a bit of craft to transform the rings into sticky door spiders.
24. Spooktacular Halloween Wall Lights!
LED tealights flickering like real flames can work as ghostly glowing eyes when hidden behind a spooky craft mask. Make use of this marvelous concept to adorn your walls with these self-made lights lining the surface to add a remarkable charm to the festive mood. These Spooktacular Halloween Wall Lights that need no craft skills or time to prepare at all, can offer an exceedingly cool effect to your decor.
25. Painted Doormat
Build you very own customized welcome doormat flaunting Halloween phrases, spooky shapes or frightful drawings. Get an outdoor carpet and transform it into a freaky Halloween doormat using freezer paper stencils and your creative talent.