Everyone knows the best Halloween house on the block. It’s the one that looks stunning during the day, but terrifying in the dark. It’s the one that no one wants to walk past in the evenings leading up to the 31st, but no one wants to miss on the big night. It’s the one that has absolutely everyone grabbing their candy buckets and getting ready to knock — you know the place. Well, this year, that place is yours, with these easy Halloween DIY’s to thrill visitors and impress holiday guests.
1. Colorful Witch Hats
Project via Kim @Made in a Day
Turn your living room into the perfect place for a wandering witch to hang her hat! See the full post here.
2. Withering Skeleton Wreath
Project via Vanessa @Tried & True
In a few short steps, get these creeping hands crawling up your front door. See the full post here.
3. Cute and Creepy Memory Tree
Project via Karri @Blue Ribbon Kitchen
Hang up pictures of last year’s costumes, stray fall leaves, feathers, and a ton of little pumpkins. See the full post here.
4. Plastic Cup Luminaries
Project via Paula @Prince Frog Paperie
Turn cheap plastic cups into happy Halloween sidewalk greeters! See the full post here.
5. Freaky Fairy Garden
Project via Jessica @Designers Sweet Spot
Who knew fairy gardens could get even better?! See the full post here.
6. Giant Sparkling Spider
Project via Gail @Purple Hues and Me
A giant sparkling spider is just the thing to creep up on unsuspecting guests and give them an exciting thrill. See the full post here.
7. Wide Eyed Owl Wreath
Project via Rose @What Rose Knows
Cute and just a little creepy, this colorful feathered fiend will watch people as they pass by and gawk. See the full post here.
8. Spider Infested Door Decor
Project via Stephanie @One Mile Home Style
Adding orange spiders to pretty much anything makes it icky and eerie. See the full post here.
9. Stony Sparkling Skull
Project via Carol and Randi @FrugElegance
Combine dishes and decor from the dollar store to make a sparkly, spooky pedestal light. See the full post here.
10. Bright Flower-Filled Pumpkins
Project via Heather @New House New Home
Don’t forget to wow ’em with colorful explosions of fall color, too! See the full post here.
11. Ghostly Centerpiece
Project via Nikki @Tikkido
These floating ghosts may be frightening but they have a sweet secret once you look past the veil. See the full post here.
12. Light Up Halloween Sign
Project via Bre @Average but Inspired
Shine it bright a big from your porch so that those trick-or-treaters know where to go! See the full post here.
13. Black Bird Invasion
Project via Chloe @Celebrate and Decorate
Cover your porch (and whole home) top to bottom in creepy crows staring through glassy black eyes. See the full post here.
14. Playful Pumpkin Lanterns
Project via Chandra @Hashtag Blessed
Make these bright pumpkin lights to avoid the mess of a real jack-o-lantern (but get the look). See the full post here.
15. Metallic Gourd Planters
Project via Bre @Brepurposed
Add a little chic to your creep, with these metallic pumpkin planters. See the full post here.
16. Stony Candy Bucket
Project via Holly @McCall Manor
A cheap plastic pumpkin can be a statuesque urn, with just a bit of paint. See the full post here.
17. Hanging Paper Jack-o-Lanterns
Project via Laura @Bright Bold & Beautiful
Put your ordinary chandelier to work, with a little bit of bold pumpkin bling! See the full post here.
18. Gauzy Mummy Lantern
Project via Sarah @Creative Ramblings
Wrap up a plain glass jar and add a little glow, for this easy, eerie design. See the full post here.
19. Polka Dot Pumpkin
Project via Mrs. Major Hoff @Major Hoff Takes a Wife
To give your look some lighthearted fun, add gold polka dotted wooden pumpkins. See the full post here.
20. Coffee Filter Candy Corn Ornament
Project via Kelly @Typically Simple
Dye a pack of coffee filters and turn them into the most iconic Halloween treat for your decor! See the full post here.
21. Poison Bottle Collection
Project via Adrienne @Chic California
Turn leftover wine bottles into totally convincing bottles full of poisons and potions. See the full post here.
22. Chalky Porch Topiary
Project via Lindsay @My Creative Days
Combine all your favorite fall pumpkin looks, in one towering topiary. See the full post here.
23. Lighted Ghost Garland
Project via Sarah @Home-ology
Turn a simple string of fairy lights into a ghostly greeting. See the full post here.
24. Mercury Glass Pumpkins
Project via Amy @Highstyle Restyle
Give your extra faux pumpkins this mercury glass treatment, and then stack them up into an impressive, silvery topiary. See the full post here.
25. Paper Mache Pumpkin Vase
Project via Borei @Borei Design
Use a plastic pumpkin as your mold for this pretty paper mache bowl, and fill it with flowers or candy! See the full post here.
26. Eerie Black Candles
Project via Anna @Annabode
Nothing says creepy like tall black candles slowly dripping wax. Set out a few of these and keep the lights low, for an instant eerie look. See the full post here.
27. Web-Wound Candelabra
Project via Kathe @Kathe with an E
Turn your heirloom pieces into haunted home decor, with some expert arranging (and spider webs!) See the full post here.
28. Framed Web Decor
Project via Shannon @Bohemian Junktion
Fill an old frame with this wonderfully webbed Halloween design. See the full post here.
29. Slithering Snake Filler
Project via Caitlin @Desert Domicile
Turns out, filling a votive with wriggling black snakes makes an ordinary votive truly terrifying. See the full post here.
30. Velvet Black Cats
Project via Christina @The DIY Mommy
This funny, fluffy take on the traditional pumpkin adds a bit more bad luck spook to your decor. See the full post here.
31. Skulls on a String
Project via Iris @Around the Watts House
Get this barbaric porch decoration by stringing together a couple plastic skulls and hanging them down your door. See the full post here.
32. Swarming Bat Mantel
Project via Emily @Our House Now a Home
The one thing your Halloween mantel really needs is a swarm of floating black bats, to darken your decor just a drop. See the full post here.
33. Chalkboard Pumpkin Menu
Project via Katie @Spray Paint & Chardonnay
Instead of a formal printed menu, share your line-up with your guests by writing it in chalk on a glossy black pumpkin. See the full post here.
34. Green Googly-Eyed Monster
Project via Elena @‘A Casarella
If you were searching for a super simple way to turn your door into Halloween decor, look no further! See the full post here.
35. Witch Hat Centerpiece
Project via Kelly @This Old Colonial Home
Turn last year’s costume witch hat into this year’s spooky centerpiece, with some easy fall details. See the full post here.
36. Hanging Skeleton Vase
Project via DeeDee @Clover House
Create dangly drama, with a few skeletons ringed around a vase or other glass container. See the full post here.
37. Spiderweb Runner
Project via Dusty @All Things G&D
Set a base for you Halloween table, with a DIY spiderweb runner, using a kitchen towel and a Sharpie. See the full post here.
38. Creepy Candle Holders
Project via Leslie @Puddy’s House
Wrap a few simple votives in creepy craft paper, to create instant eerie lighting for your home. See the full post here.
39. Cat on a Fence Candy Holder
Project via Mary @Front Porch Ideas and More
Turn a few wooden boards into a classic spook scene and the perfect place for trick-or-treaters to fill their candy bags. See the full post here.
40. Quick Concrete Tombstones
Project via Jenise @DIY Fun Ideas
Make these right at home, and add some extra thrill, with some concrete hands to pop out of the dirt with it. See the full post here.
41. Witch Hat Table Topper
Project via Kris @Driven by Decor
Add this pretty decor piece to any empty corner, with just a few easy steps. See the full post here.
42. Frankenstein Tipsy Topiary
Project via Janel @NellieBellie
Use those cheap Dollar Store pumpkins to make a tipsy tower of monstrous pumpkins! See the full post here.
43. Haunting Window Display
Project via Stephanie @Sandpaper & Glue
Send a spook to passers-by, with this knotted, leaning willow shining from your front windows. See the full post here.
44. Black Tulle Tied Wreath
Project via Lara @Overstuffed
Make a deep, dark door decoration using strips of black tool and a feathery crow from your local Dollar Store. See the full post here.
45. Ghostly Chalkboard Runner
Project via Elena @‘A Casarella
Customize your Halloween tablerunner by making it from chalkboard paper and drawing your own ghostly designs! See the full post here.
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