10 Easy Halloween Decoration Ideas

 

Do you love Halloween like I do? Do you go all out ?Tons of candy,throw a party or make a haunted house? Here are some ideas you might like to try

1 Vampire Napkins: Use red kool aid to splash onto white cloth napkins and secure with plastic vampire teeth

(photo LUCAS ZAREBINSKI FOR READER’S DIGEST)

2.Ghostly milk jugs add :some lights or aglow stick and draw a ghostly face

3.Make a cool pumpkin bowl for drinks cut the cleaned out pumpkin in half add a plastic bowl (you can get these at the dollar store ) fill with ice4.Front Door Mummy:First, tape paper streamers or roll of gauze wrapping to the front door, overlapping the strips to give a wrapped look. Then, cut sheets of black and white construction paper into circles to make eyes. Place the eyes on the top of the door and tape to secure.5.outdoor pumpkin light: Purchase a plastic pumpkin from the dollar store.cut out a section fro the back and pace over your outdoor porch light

6. candy-corn-filled hurricanes:To create them, place pillar candles inside clear glass hurricanes of different sizes then fill each hurricane, roughly halfway, with candy corn. For safety, be sure to blow out the candle before it burns below the candy.

7.Ghosties: to make 4 , cut a white sheet in to for squares ,place over milk jugs  which you can fill with glow sticks for an even more spooky effect .or use inflated  balloons with glow sticks ,make a small hole in top of cap for milk jug  fora string and the sheet paint a face and hang .

8. Fire Pumpkins:These are so cool .Carve fire flames in various size pumpkins,I suggest using battery operated candles instead of real ones if you choose to place them in your fireplace or anywhere .

9.spidery candle-holders: Scoop out mini pumpkins and add tealights and pipe cleaners.

10 creepy tealights: Recycle (clean) baby-food jars as spidery votives with this easy DIY. For each candleholder, dip 48 inches of yarn into a one-part Elmer’s glue, two-part water solution. Squeeze out excess; wrap strand around the jar from the top down. When dry, add an LED tealight.

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18 Responses to 10 Easy Halloween Decoration Ideas

  1. Jay Colby says:

    Time is moving so fast wow October is around the corner. Great ideas!

  2. My kiddos and I love making holiday decorations! I will have to save some of these ideas to make with my children this October!

  3. love it! scary with a twist of fun and creativity! http://www.crayonized.com

  4. Maria says:

    Oh god, anything but spiders!! 😀 Those spiders you made are super creepy!

  5. Shaheen Khan says:

    The vampire napkins, milkcans and candle holders are all cute ideas. We don’t celebrate Halloween but my kids think it’s a fun concept when they see Halloween being celebrated in cartoons.

  6. Kathy Lane says:

    I love the ghostly milk jugs. They are so cute.

  7. akamatra says:

    Oh how spooky! I love the pumpkins and the spiders so much! I wish I could make them!

  8. Mike Gist says:

    Halloween is the funnest time of the year in our home for being creative and doing the decorations up in style!

  9. Utminh says:

    The article is very interesting. Thanks for sharing!

  10. Jeanne Coulombe says:

    Great ideas I love decorating for Halloween.

  11. kelly tupick says:

    I love Halloween, it’s one of my favorite holidays! I always have fun decorating!

  12. What great ideas. I think they are super creative, fun and easy to do. My son will love this project! Thanks for sharing this!

  13. Eileen says:

    Love these easy Halloween ideas! Halloween is one of my favorite holidays to decor for! So much fun!

  14. Thu Nguyen says:

    I didn’t notice that Halloween is coming round. Those are such great ideas to decorate my house that I would try them all this weekend. Thanks for your sharing.

  15. What fun ideas!! You are really good at the Halloween decorations! I’m sort of inspired. I’ve been playing with the idea of having a karaoke Halloween party. I probably won’t do it, but man, you’ve inspired me! 🙂

  16. Blair villanueva says:

    Thanks for your ideas! We have many empty milk jugs at home waiting to be recycled. This is perfect!

  17. The ghostly milk jugs are my favorite! It looks like they’re on fire (on the inside). Very cool effect.

  18. Khushboo says:

    These are such fabulous ideas! My favorite is to make a bowl for drinks out of pumpkin! 😀

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