Halloween may be right around the corner, but it’s not too late to add some spooky decorations to your house. To give you some help, we’ve made a list of 5 DIY Halloween decorations that are easy-to-make, inexpensive, and look great. So get crafting and you’ll have a Halloween-ready house that the trick-or-treaters will love in no time!
Mason Jar Jack-O-Lanterns
Isn’t everything better when it’s made with a mason jar? These Mason Jar Jack-O-Lanterns are simple to make and they look really great! Plus they aren’t too spooky, so little kids will love them. Besides being a great decoration, they make awesome centerpieces for your Halloween party tables! You can also get your kids involved with this craft and let them choose which characters to put on the jars. We love the classic pumpkin and the cute ghost!
Wall of Bats
These paper bats are a cheap and quick way to add some spookiness to your house. All you need to do is trace the outline of a bat on some black construction paper that’s folded in half and cut out as many bats as you like. Then you just put some tape on the back and hang them up inside or outside of your house!
This Floating Ghost is really inexpensive to make but it looks so impressive! You can make a few of them and have a little family of ghosts hanging out at your Halloween party. You can also put a light underneath of them and put them out on your front steps or lawn at night. It will look like some glowing ghosts are floating in your yard!
Haunted House Silhouettes
These Haunted House Silhouettes are the perfect way to dress up your house this Halloween! If you’re having an adult party or if your kids are older, you can make these silhouettes pretty frightening. If you’re worried you’ll scare away the trick-or-treaters, you can stick to some friendlier looking characters like ghosts or black cats.
Trash Bag Spider Webs
If you have some garbage bags, a black permanent marker, tape, and scissors then you can make these Trash Bag Spider Webs! Besides using only a few supplies, this DIY is so easy to do. You can even get your kids involved, they will have fun drawing the spider web shapes and hanging them up!
We hope these decorations help get you in the Halloween spirit! What are your favourite Halloween decorations to make?