DIY Halloween Decorations: Hauntingly Fun to Make

Today, X2coupons is presenting you with the most popular DIY Halloween Decorations. Just check it out now!

Elaine is an accomplished maker who likes decorating for holidays and making homemade presents.

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When it comes to crafting these low-cost Halloween decorations, you don’t need Hocus Pocus or a large pocketbook. All you need is a little imagination and a trip to your local dollar or craft shop to fill up on goods.

You may simply build as many of these concepts as you like and personalize them to your taste. Trick-or-treaters will be overjoyed when they knock on your door on October 31st!

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Wreath of the Witch

To build this ingenious wreath, buy dollar store plastic cauldron, split it in half, and attach some Halloween-colored decorations inside. 
Hang witch’s hat over cardboard sign that says “The Witch Is In.”

Halloween Coffee Shop

Create a Halloween coffee area by stocking a shelf with Halloween-themed cups and plates. All of these are at the dollar shop, and if you’re throwing a party, you’ll have everything you need to serve out witches brew and pumpkin pie.

Centerpiece for Halloween

Fill a tiered tray with pumpkins, candles, or even Halloween candy to make an eye-catching centerpiece. The nice part about tiered trays is that they can be utilized for each season by just changing out the decorations.
For example, by swapping out the scary decorations for Santas and elves, this could easily be transformed into a Christmas-tiered platter.

Tray for Serving

When you add witches’ caps to the sugar and creamer jars, serving tea and coffee becomes much more spooky. Place this on a plate and top it with pumpkins to complete the appearance. If you’re throwing a Halloween dinner party, this will be a big hit with your guests for their after-dinner coffees.

Bath with Skeletons

This guy seemed to have spent much too much time in the tub! The skeleton, bucket, and baubles are all in the dollar shop. Then add filling to make “foam.”

Porch Lighting

Add as many candles and pumpkins as you can on your porch for the darker evenings. The bat lights make this appearance stand out. You may also add purple and orange firefly lights to brighten up the space.

Parking Sign for a Broom

This entertaining concept will look fantastic on your porch. Purchase many brooms from the dollar store and create your sign that says “Broom Parking.” Your neighbors will be curious as to how many witches you have living in your house!

Mantel for Halloween

When it comes to preparing your home for Halloween, don’t forget about the fireplace. Drape some dark cloth over the lights and add some fake bats and ghosts.

Topiary from The Nightmare Before Christmas

Collect some plant pots and paint them in the likeness of Nightmare Before Christmas figures like Jack Skellington. Fill them with your favorite plants and attach them to a pole in the form shown.

Garland for Trick or Treating

This garland is constructed of burlap squares that have been painted with the phrase Trick or Treat. It makes an excellent focal point or backdrop for any area, especially when paired with skulls and skeletons.

The Pumpkin Arch

This grand entryway is created by stacking several different pumpkins to make the arch. You could also use ghosts or miniature witches’ hats to get the same effect.

Pig Pumpkins with Faces

Because they don’t rot as rapidly, no-carve pumpkins are a popular choice for decorating your porch for fall and Halloween. You might also purchase a handmade pumpkin that will last year after year. This pig family is likely to please guest