Have you stepped foot in a party or home goods store lately and looked at the prices on Halloween decorations? Outrageous! But have no fear, your friends at Oubly are here for you. We have gathered our favorite DIY Halloween decorations that are sure to set a perfectly spooky tone for your halloween party.
Tin Can Luminaries
via Jolly Mom
Even the most basic crafter could pull this one off. Follow Jolly Mom’s easy step-by-step tutorial and with just a few materials that you could probably find around your house you will be able to create these cute luminaries. Use them to light up your walkway or hang from the porch.
2. Paper Bag Monster Front Door
via Home Jelly
Brown paper bags create the base for this spooky guy that all of your little Halloween party guests will love.
3. Wall of Bats
via Marvelous Mommy
Bats in the house! These little cut outs carefully placed in a flight pattern around your house are the perfect DIY Halloween decoration to set the tone for your party.
4. Black Lace Candles
via Plaid Online
By just simply wrapping black vintage lace around cream colored candles in various sizes, you will light up your party with class and touch of macabre.
5. Pumpkin Ice Bucket
via Cheryl Style
Does it get any easier than this? To chill your bubbly at your party just hollow out a pumpkin, fill it with ice and voila…instant pumpkin ice bucket.
6. Halloween Bat Punch Bowl
via No Biggie
Print out any fun black pattern of bats on vinyl transfer paper and place it on a clear glass punch bowl. Your beverage table will now act as a decorative piece too!
7. Skeleton Hand Wreath
via Eighteen 25
What a spooktacular idea to go buy some plastic skeleton hands and make them into a wreath for your door. And we love the idea of putting chalkboard behind it so you can write whatever message you want.
8. Tassel Garland
via Rhonna Designs
This fun DIY Halloween decoration uses old recycled clothes, garbage bags and tissue paper. Super easy and doesn’t cost a thing!
9. Paper Lanterns
Lanterns are a great way to set any mood and these adorable ones from Hostess With The Mostess will add a classy and modern hue all over your home.
10. Spider Tablecloth
There’s no reason to use a boring old table cloth at your Halloween festivities. Simply use a drop cloth, stencils and paint to create a pattern of creepy crawly spiders.