Halloween is the beginning of the festive season that seems to lend itself to decorating. Try one of these cute Halloween DIY projects to dress up your home and yard for the holiday and for fall in general.
The colors of autumn really lend themselves to setting a Halloween mood. Bring the outdoor inside with colorful leaves, pine cones and pumpkins for low cost and natural decor. It doesn’t take much to turn these colorful items into spooky themes for Halloween and beyond.
Transform your home with one of these Easy Fall and Halloween DIY Projects
Most of these projects are all easy to do and many use items that you already have at home, or can get from the dollar store for very little money. It’s time to get creative!
Do you love the look of pumpkins on your step but hate the mess of carving them? Try this sunflower pumpkin project, instead. It is easy to do and so colorful and bright.
To make this Witches topiary project, you will need black and white mesh, a ball shape, some floral pins and a long pole. Add a Dollar Store witches hat and a cauldron and your front step will scare the bravest of Trick or Treaters!
Pumpkins and mums just call out for you to decorate with them. The colors go well together and look so homey and cozy. For this project just stack some pumpkins, add a few mums and throw in a couple of colorful planters for good measure. Easy, peasy!
Turn the corner of any room into a spooky wall of bats. This easy DIY project used a cutting machine but they could just as easily also be cut by hand.
This is another project for a no carve leaf pumpkin. It comes together in just minutes! Attach silk or real leaves to a light colored pumpkin and attach a fall wire edged ribbon bow at the top. Easy, fast and very pretty.
Most grocery stores sell ornamental gourds this time of the year for just a few dollars. Grab an old bath utility basket, and give it a quick spray of paint. Add some sphagnum moss,.arrange the gourds in the basket and hang it on an outside wall. Super easy to do and very effective looking.
Transform any door in your home to a mummy door with some white crepe paper streamers and black and yellow construction paper. This will set the mood for any Halloween party!
It’s always fun at the end of the evening to send people home with some Halloween party favors. Good thing that they are super easy to make!
Grab some construction paper, jute, a glue gun and mason jars and you’ll have some spooky Halloween luminaries before you know it. These fun decor items are super easy to make and will really set the mood at your Halloween party.
Got an old gardening hat? This one got turned into a cute scarecrow door decoration. Super easy to do too! This has been one of my most popular fall tutorials!
Imagine the giggles and squeals when your trick or treating guests find this scary snake basket on your front step. I put it together in just about an hour with a few supplies from the Dollar store.
These autumn leaves make great framed prints. Just press leaves of your choice between books first and the display the leaf between two pieces of the same sized glass. Wrap the edges with book tape in a color of your choice and display with an attractive fall vase with berries in it. Idea shared from Better Homes and Gardens.
I did a mail box makeover a few years ago and had some left over wood that just called out to be put to use for some crafts. I turned the pieces into these fun Halloween spooky ghost blocks and love the way they turned out.
Although the project is no longer on Rachel Ray, these candles look sort of tricky to do, but are actually easy. Just use a hot glue gun that has been fitted with red sealing wax and draw a line around the candle. Then add some “drips” to the line. As your candle melts, the “blood line” will begin to drip too.
This easy to make Glass candle holder uses three staples of fall cooking: popcorn, kidney beans and split peas, although any dried beans or peas would do. Just insert your candle of a matching color, layer your seeds and tie a jute bow around the outside. To see the tutorial for this project and some variations on it, please visit Amanda Jane Brown.
This easy centerpiece is so simple to do. Just gather some branches from your yard and spray them black. And if desired spray again with glitter glue. Display the Halloween tree in a Hurricane vase with candy corn and candy pumpkins for an easy and effective fall display. Shared from Wants and Wishes.
Looking for some more inspiration? Try one of these fun Halloween DIY Projects
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