DIY Halloween Decor

It’s officially Halloween on DIY Lifestyle! So, without further ado, welcome to my first Halloween post of this year!

I hope everyone or most are enjoying their day off today, I know I am. It is such a relief and wake up at 8 a.m instead of 5 a.m. The sun is actually up and it is light outside! 🙂 Today is going to be a very packed full of fun day! I am applying to some of my colleges this morning, I am going to my friend’s house and I am going to prepare my blog posts for this week! I have so many exciting posts for this week so if you want to know more about them, then think about joining my mailing list! (Instructions at the bottom of this post).

I want to thank all of my readers for the amazing stats on my last few posts. The numbers just keep going up and up and it makes me smile. Starting a blog was such a great idea to do. It allows me to share my love of creating things and writing with the world! No JOKE! I have people from India, China, Japan, Bahamas, Switzerland and so many more places viewing my blog! It is insanely awesome 🙂

I have been talking about starting my Halloween posts for a few weeks now and I can’t wait for y’all to read todays. Today I am going to be posting DIY Halloween Decor. I will blog about Fall on Wednesday and Halloween on Friday. But then the following weeks my blog will be jumping full into the spooky season and blogging about Halloween 3 times a week! Yes you heard that right 🙂 It’s going to get spooky! But don’t fret, because those who have a week stomach and cannot handle all the spookiness my blog is offering, I will be throwing in a Fall post here and there for you guys (just joking around).

ENJOY todays post! And have a great Monday!

Candy Corn Garland

This DIY candy corn garland encourages some serious snacking, so you better stock up for this DIY.

Get the tutorial at Woman’s Day.

DIY Halloween Candy Door Hanger

 

Get the tutorial at Cherished Bliss.

DIY Bat Branch Centerpiece

Collect backyard twigs and branches to create this easy and decorative DIY!

Get the tutorial at The Sweetest Occasion.

 

DIY Halloween Pillow

No reason to buy a Halloween pillow when you can make one with a wave of your finger!

Get the tutorial at Eighteen25.

 

Skull Candle Holder

Light up you table with this skull-tastic candle holder!

Get the tutorial at A Beautiful Mess.

Ghouls’ Night Out

 

Want some new additions to your house? Then decorate with these spooky ghost DIY’s.

I found these DIY decor ideas on country living. 

I changed the descriptions to my own.

Mascot

DIY Network has instructions on how to make one-of-kind, DIY Halloween decorations for your front yard.

Greet trick-or-treaters with a DIY scarecrow mascot rather than buying one. Give it a personality to match your style: scary or friendly, male or female, casual or formal. Use lumber to create the body: a 2×4 for the main post, a 1×4 for the shoulders and four more 1x4s for the arms. Use wood glue and fasteners to secure the elbow joints. A dried or plastic gourd will last longer than a fresh one and a scarf is the perfect accessory to cover up any unsightly handiwork.

Eyeball Wreath

Add a little Cruella Deville style to your front door by wrapping a black feather boa around a wreath form then adorning it with some bloodshot eyeballs. Get the step-by-step instructions >>

Haunted Hotel Sign

Create this unique and funny sign that will help keep away unexpected quests (Just kidding), making your home look like a haunted bed and breakfast. Go to a salvage yard to get an old post and corbel — they’ll already be aged and weathered. Then add your personal welcome sign. Get the step-by-step instructions >>

Picture-Frame Lanterns

DIY Halloween Decorations | DIY

Guide your guests to the front door with these spooky lanterns. But don’t forget to save the directions because I guarantee they will want to make their own! To make these, four inexpensive picture frames are nailed together to make a square. Halloween drawings are printed on vellum paper then inserted into the frames, then a candle is set inside the frames.
I found these DIY decor ideas on DIY Network
I changed most parts of the description to my own, but kept parts of their description.

Thank you so much for reading today’s post! Hope you enjoyed my first Halloween post of the season. If you are interested in joining my mailing list then search my blog “diy lifestyle.co” and a tab will appear at the top, hit subscribe, enter your email and you are all set!

Have a great day everyone and see ya Wednesday!

2 thoughts on “DIY Halloween Decor

  1. Great decorating ideas, so many fun things for Halloween 👻 🎃

    I especially love the candy corn garland and the picture frame lanterns, what a clever idea!!

    I like your new pumpkin 🎃 background, it’s nice and festive.

    Looking forward to Wednesdays post.

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