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As Halloween is getting closer and closer I want my blog to be filled with many Halloween posts; Halloween decor, Halloween recipes, Halloween party tips and many more halloween hoopla! So, up until Halloween and even on Halloween I am going to be sharing so many spook-tactic blogs with you!
For today’s post I am going to be sharing with you DIY Halloween decor! You guys always love these types of posts and they receive such positive feedback that I wanted to make sure not to forget them!
Bubbling Witch’s Cauldron
Directions: First, tuck battery-operated LED lights into a grapevine wreath, style tissue paper flames on top, and then add a cauldron. For added heat, fill your pot with dry ice and your favorite Halloween concoction.
Witch’s Broom Chandelier
Directions: Start with a plain broom, then fill mason jars with black sand and battery-operated black candles, and attach them to one side of the broom with black twine. Balance it out by adding a watchful faux feline on top of the other side with black wire. NO CATS WERE HARMED IN THE MAKING OF THIS DECOR! Hahaha just joking around, but seriously feel free to let your cat relax on the bench, and don’t tell people he/she is a real cat. Let them find out for themselves for an added scare!
Scary Crow Wreath
Directions: Get the look by spraying a grapevine wreath with flat black paint, attaching cardboard crows all over, and then displaying your eerie masterpiece with patterned ribbon.
DIY Halloween Pillow
For all the Hocus Locus fans! This is an easy no sew craft that will add a little spook to your couch!
Get the tutorial at Eighteen25.
Jack-O’-Lanterns in a Jiffy
Directions: Simply cut facial features and stems from construction paper and apply to the balls with glue dots.
DIY Skull Candle Holder
Directions: Add a little spray paint and a hot glue gun, and voila! Turn plastic skulls and two terracotta saucers into a candle holder that screams Halloween.
Get the tutorial at Endlessly Inspired.
I found these DIY Halloween decor ideas on Country Living
Although I added some of my own words to the decor descriptions, I did use most of Country livings directions, and descriptions.
Under $5 Wreath
Directions: Don’t let sticks clutter your yard, instead collect and arrange them into a fun Halloween door decoration. Use a mix of cut sticks and natural ends to add texture to the wreath.
Spooky Halloween Decorating Themes
Directions: For more modern decorators, try this easy cross-stick pattern! Try festive designs on simple, painted canvases for a fun and bold look.
Directions: Use leftover wrapping paper, wallpaper, or patterned craft paper to make fall decorations that match your style perfectly. Plus, you can easily recover them in a different print next season!
It’s Magic! Floating Entryway Ghosts
Directions: Buy several inexpensive plastic bowls and drill holes in the bottoms, running twine or fishing line through the holes and attaching with duct tape. Then cut two large squares of white cotton or cheesecloth, snip holes in the centers, and thread onto the overturned bowl. Add felt shapes for faces, and hang the ghosts for a super scary entryway! WOW! What a boo-tiful decoration!
Spiderwebs You Don’t Need to Clean Up
Directions: Add some wicked awesome designs to your kitchen table or counter with this DIY Decor! Paint faux or real pumpkins a solid color, and use a permanent marker to add a saying.
Directions: Cut several sizes of bats from black poster board or plain black cardstock. Tape fishing line at to the backs and head; hang the lines from a curtain rod or cup hooks. You can google free bat stencils into google to make these quick and easy decorations!
I found these DIY Home decor ideas on BHG.com
Although I did change some of their words, I kept most of the descriptions & words the same. Found on BHG. com