10 Easy Halloween Decorations

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10 Easy DIY Halloween Decorations To Make This Fall

Here are 10 easy Halloween decorations to up your spooky decor game this season.  From cute craft pumpkin displays and glowing drink buckets to oversized spider webs and bloody candles, we’ve got you covered.

1. Giant Spider Webs

Use beef netting to make amazing giant spider webs. Perfect for indoors and out.

2.  Spooky Halloween Mirror

Take a thrift store mirror and add a spooky face by removing the mirroring from a section of the mirror.

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3. Bloody Halloween Candles AND 4. Spooky Hand Candle Holders

You’ll never guess what dollar store item we used to bloody these LED candles.  And what better way to display them then on these spooky hand candle holders we dressed up and mounted on the wall.

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5. Color Changing Halloween Drink Bucket

This is the most simple DIY and it makes such a statement. Glowing LED submersible candles add color and fun to this spooky drink tub.

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6.  Craft Pumpkin Halloween Door Decor

I may want to never carve another pumpkin again, but I’m in love with this craft pumpkin garland around our front door.  The neighbors have commented multiple times already how much they love it.

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7.  Dollar Store Skulls With Glowing Eyes

Spray paint dollar store skulls and pop in these dollar store glowing LED eyeballs for another glowing decoration.

8.  Skeleton Serving Dish

This Halloween decoration took less than ten minutes and is a great way to add height and dimension to your party buffet table.  You could also use it for other decor items.

9.  Pottery Barn Dupe Pumpkin Lanterns

Love the metal Pottery Barn pumpkin lanterns, but not their price.  These are made from those nostalgic plastic pumpkins.

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10.  2D Halloween Village Houses

Another dollar store Halloween decoration for you.  Spray paint wooden cutouts black and add a white paper backing.  Place LED candles behind them to illuminate the windows and place them on your mantel or picture ledge for super simple and affordable Halloween village.

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