Last-Minute Halloween Home and Yard Décor
Though the spooky holiday is quickly approaching, you'll still have plenty of time to create these Halloween decorations.
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Spooky Spider Wreath
Tin Can Luminaries
Spooky LED Halloween Sign
Decorate with Dollar Store Finds
Take your kids to your local dollar store and stock up on fun things like window clings, candle holders, etc. to decorate your house. This is also a fun way to decorate your office or work space! While you’re at the dollar store, steer clear of these items.
Stock up on orange, white, and black balloons and some Sharpie markers. Decorate the balloons with scary faces for a fun and fast decoration idea!
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Break out the Brooms
You might have an old broom in the garage or you can buy one that really looks like it belongs to a witch! Strategically placed, brooms can give the impression that a coven has descended on your home.
Cardboard Tube Halloween Monsters
We love crafty ways to reuse cardboard tubes so these little monsters are right up our alley as easy, last-minute Halloween decorations you can do. They’d go great just about everywhere in the house.
You might have most of the materials needed for these decorations laying around the house already. A little twine, some clothespins and paper of some sort will make a super easy Halloween decoration that you can hang anywhere in the house or even outside, provide the weather holds up. These are 20 real-life haunted houses you need to see if you’re not too scared.
It’s a favorite in elementary school classrooms so why not add some at home for a last-minute Halloween decoration. All you need is some suckers, tissue paper, a felt pen and some yarn or ribbon to create easy treats at home or to hand out to trick or treaters. Create your own Halloween costumes by borrowing from these awesome duct tape costumes.
Paper Mâché Lanterns
Paper mâché is always a great last-minute go-to, especially for Halloween decorations like these lanterns. Drop in a tea light to make your lantern glow and make the perfect easy Halloween decoration. Check out these great-looking tea light holders that you can use throughout the year.