Welcome to Babble,
Sign Out

Get the Babble Newsletter!

Already have an account? .

11 Easy and Awesome DIY Halloween Decorations

haunted-mirror 2

I’m sure most of us already have our halloween decorations up around the house, but we could always use a little more, right? Here are 11 easy DIY halloween decoration ideas that I am dying to try. Which ones will you try out?

Skeleton Wreath 1 of 11
A deconstructed skeleton makes a great halloween "welcome" to your home.

See the details here on Ready Set Craft.
Pumpkin House Numbers 2 of 11
Get functional by carving some pumpkins to spell out your address.

See the details here on Sunset.
Plaster Hands 3 of 11
This is too cool. I want to make a ton of these and scatter them all over the house. Creepy, but seriously cool.

See the details here on Martha Stewart.
Zombie Window 4 of 11
What the? Crazy creepy! It would be great if you could some how make the hand lunge out at your guests!

See the details here on Craftster.
Haunted Mirror 5 of 11
Subtle spooky perfection. There are so many things you go do with this basic idea. I love it!

See the details here on Country Living.
Paranormal Portraits 6 of 11
How awesome are these? Makes me want to dig through all of my old photo albums and whip a few up.

See the details here on Country Living.
Tombstones 7 of 11
With a little bit of stone spray paint, you can make your own tombstones in no time!

See the details here on DIY Network.
Cartoonish Garland 8 of 11
I love this one. Perfect for kids.

See the details here on Forty Two Roads.
Bat Treat Box 9 of 11
These would be great for a little halloween party. Place cards and party favors in one!

See the details here on Martha Stewart.
Black Lace Votives 10 of 11
So simple and elegant, yet mysteriously dark. I might make and keep these up year round!

See the details here on C Fab Bride Designs.
Graphic Embroidery Hoop Art 11 of 11
Simple printed out graphics hung in embroidery hoops. What could be easier?

See the details here on Graphics Fairy.

Find my daily ideas for stylish and crafty living at my blog Say Yes to Hoboken.

Tagged as: , ,

Use a Facebook account to add a comment, subject to Facebook's Terms of Service and Privacy Policy. Your Facebook name, profile photo and other personal information you make public on Facebook (e.g., school, work, current city, age) will appear with your comment. Learn More.