Last Updated on September 30, 2020 by April
Halloween is almost here again and you’ve just realized, you have absolutely nothing to use for decorating. Either you just moved homes, like to keep your house super clear of clutter, or everything has broken after years of use. Rather than spending a lot of money, you’re looking for some dollar store Halloween decor DIY ideas.
Regardless of the reason, you’re in luck because it is actually pretty cheap and fun to make spooky decorations for Halloween. If you want to keep costs low, check out these dollar store Halloween decor DIY hacks. You won’t be disappointed!
If you want to go for a clean yet girly and spooky look, try this flower skull out. Persia Lou will fill you in on how to get’er done!
Little crawling critters are so so so easy and cheap to get from the dollar store; they’re practically everywhere.
Despite this lawn decoration looking amazing, it’s really cheap to make.
There aren’t a lot of choices out in the stores when it comes to Halloween wreaths. Why not make your own?
This spider vase DIY is perfect if you want to go for a black and purple spider and maybe even witch theme.
Add a bit of glam to your decor with some sparkling skulls.
Spooky Skeleton Vase
While this skeleton vase is pretty spooky, I have to say there is something a little silly that I love about it.
Am I the only one who thought of Stranger Things?
If you are lazy like me, you need this candle hack. It takes literally less than a minute to make and looks super cute.
This Halloween wreath looks pretty expensive (but totally isn’t)!
If you haven’t heard of this spooky village DIY by The 36th Avenue, you need this in your life. Please check out the tutorial to learn more. You won’t regret it!
Mummies are so underdone these days. Do something a little different and add some mummy hands to your design!
Have boys? This DIY is great for both genders.
I love how realistic this terrarium looks! If you’re having an adult party, keep it cool with this DIY.
Creepy Crawler Pumpkin
This one might take a bit of work to keep the spiders balanced, but it’s completely worth it.
I don’t care if the party is for adults or kids, this is just PERFECTION.
Holidays don’t have to be expensive to be fun and these DIYs completely prove it. Save yourself the headache and try some of these creative crafts with your family and friends. It’ll definitely be a memorable Halloween for sure. Which one is your favorite? Let us all know in the comments!