DIY Halloween Decorations

Now that it’s October, it’s time to decorate your house with all of your Halloween essentials. If you want to spice up your house with new decorations this year, try making your decorations instead of buying them! This list has easy and fun DIY Halloween decoration ideas that you can make in the comfort of your own home!

  1. “Spirit Jugs”
Photo by: Alice G. Patterson

For this DIY, you might want to start saving your empty milk jugs! All you need are some empty milk jugs, a sharpie, a craft knife, and some lights to make a spirit jug. By using these household objects, you’re able to make a Jack O’Lantern without having to buy a pumpkin! Check out the website linked below to see the final product and the steps in between! 

Spirit Jugs

  1. Bat Branch Centerpiece 

This DIY will have you scouring your backyard for tree branches. All you need to make this DIY are some thin branches, bat cut-outs, a hot glue gun, hot glue sticks, and a cylinder vase. Once it’s done, you have the perfect centerpiece! Check out the website linked below for the full tutorial!

Bat Branch Centerpiece 

  1. Halloween PomPom Coasters 

This is a DIY that you’ll be able to use every year! These pompom coasters are super easy to make and only require a few materials. You’ll need a variety of colored pompoms, a cork coaster, a hot glue gun, a sharpie, and some scissors. Check out the link below to see the final product and a full tutorial! 

Pumpkin PomPom Coasters

  1. Googly Eye Wreath 

If you’re bored of the same old wreaths sold in stores, then this is the perfect DIY for you! The main thing you’re going to need is A LOT of ping pong balls and googly eyes. This DIY might take you a little longer to make than the other DIY’s on this list, but it will be a decoration you use for years to come! Check out the website linked below for a full tutorial.

Googly Eye Wreath

  1. Melted Crayon Pumpkin 

Remember that trend a few years ago when all you needed was a crayon, hairdryer and canvas to make a masterpiece? If you do, this DIY is similar! The only difference is that instead of a canvas, you use a pumpkin. So if you want to stay colorful during Halloween, then this is the perfect DIY for you! 

Melted Crayon Pumpkin

  1. Painted Pumpkins

If you don’t have crayons laying around for the last DIY, then try painting your pumpkins instead! This is an easy DIY that you can add your own personal touches to. Remember that you don’t have to be an artist to do this DIY, so have fun with it! 

Easy Painted Pumpkin Ideas

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