Last Updated on May 16, 2020 by April
DIY Halloween Decor is the best and most budget-friendly way to transform your home for the holiday season. You have more budget and flexibility than store-bought decorations. Read on for inspiration from 19 Spook-tacular DIY ideas that will knock you dead.
Halloween is coming soon, and the possibilities for DIY Halloween decor are endless. From spooky and cute to terrifying, there is a DIY for everyone. If you are looking for your next craft to do by yourself or with some friends so that you can decorate your home, you’ve come to the right place. Here are some of the best Halloween DIY Decor for indoors and outdoors.
Skull Candy Holder
Found From Endlessly Inspired
If you don’t mind using power tools, then this is a super easy DIY that looks awesome! These spray-painted black skulls look best with a black and white themed Halloween decor theme. You can place them in front of your front door, on top of tables, or at the base of your stairs. Also, if you have the option to forgo the candle and place Halloween candy inside the top tray.
Wicked Witch Legs
If you’re the type that enjoys a little humor with your scares, then this witch stuck in bush tutorial is the way to go. You get all the bright Halloween colors like green, purple, and orange with this easy DIY.
Glow in the Dark Pumpkins
In the daylight, these pumpkins are flat out adorable, but turn off the lights and reveal a spooky glow! If you’re not skilled at pumpkin carving, skip the knife and try this Halloween decor DIY out. Painting Halloween pumpkins is easy to do, especially if you use stencils.
If you don’t want to be searching all over the place for DIY supplies, then this one is super easy as brooms are simply found in the cleaning section of any store. To save even more money, save your old broom that no longer works for this Halloween decoration.
Found from Eighteen25
Short on cash? Just save up your jugs and light them up! It’s amazing what you can do with a low budget. You can encourage more kids to visit your home on Halloween by creating a well lit and fun environment.
Everyone will be talking about this Halloween decoration after your holiday party. While this will work at any Halloween party, I recommend it for teens and adults. It might be a little too scary for some!
Tin Can Ghost
These white tin can ghosts are a fantastic Halloween craft idea for kids. Minimal supplies are required for this Halloween craft, making it accessible for many budgets and skill levels. You can even teach them about upcycling in the process.
Halloween Candy Jar
If you’re planning on having a party with kids, then they’ll love feeling like they’re walking into a candy store. Candy corns are essential for completing your Halloween decor setup, and this is an awesome way to incorporate the candy.
Candy Corn Candle Jar
Looking for some adult Halloween party decor? Candy corn doesn’t have to be kiddish all the time! This classy looking DIY candy corn jar with a candle will give your home a more mature vibe.
Garage Door Decor
Want to be the coolest house on the block? Try this DIY Halloween garage decor idea with witches and black cats.
Found From The Keeper of the Cheerios
Want some innocent fun added to your wine? Just add cute Halloween faces. Let your creativity spill out, then see what stems from there.
You would never think something so budget-friendly could look so good!
Glow in the Dark Pumpkin
Found From So Craftastic
If you’re the type that likes to get creative with your designs, then make this one your own. Just copy the materials, but have some fun with it.
Now, this is AWESOME. Your visitors will be so impressed.
With the bright colored door, this is absolutely adorable. If your door is black, you’ll get a super creepy result.
Dollar Store Village
Found From The 36th Avenue
This Halloween town is GENIUS and SO EASY. You can find cheap little pieces to make your own from the dollar store.
If you want a simple and clean appearance to your home and yard, then black and white is the way to go.
Found From eHow
I would have never thought of this one myself, but I love it! How creative! Here is the video tutorial from eHow.
Spray Paint Pumpkin
Using a faux pumpkin instead of a real one will save you a ton of money. It is also a great no-carve craft if you’re looking for a kids craft. Grab some plastic jack-o-laterns from your local dollar store and spray paint them gold.
More DIY Halloween Decor
These inspirational ideas DIY Halloween Decor are fantastic. Still, if you want to pull out all the stops without killing your budget, you have to look at these incredible Halloween hacks. They’re so good it’s scary!
Whether you are going for an upscale look or something fun and cute, there are so many ideas out there to try out. The best part is it is much cheaper to DIY it up rather than buying pre-made. Which decoration is your favorite? Let us know in the comments!