Re-use containers you have around the house to create this unique, fun, and spooky Halloween decor! You can use markers or vinyl to create the faces (or if working with younger children you can use construction paper or foam).
No sewing machine, no problem! Create the perfect Halloween throw pillow from scratch without using a sewing machine at all! Use your favorite Halloween iron-on graphics to customize your couch pillows!
This pretty wreath was inspired by the horror movie Trick or Treat. But even if you aren't a big fan of horror movies, it's easy to be a fan of this wreath. This lovely DIY project is a colorful reminder of all the most important rules of trick or treating - and looks great doing it!
Marquee letters are a lot of fun and easier to make than you think. This tutorial teaches you how to make a fun one expressing silliness and fear for Halloween. The colors are perfect, too. You might have to make more marquee lights for the rest of the holidays, too!
This cheerful archway of pumpkins looks so impressive and yet, it is quite simple to put together. The only bad thing about this Halloween decoration is that your family will love it so much, you might not want to take it down when the holiday is over!
Sometimes the simplest decorations are the nicest to have around. This chalkboard art piece expresses the simple words "Trick or Treat" but does it in the perfect style of an old-time cafeteria sign. What a nice way to celebrate Halloween!
If you love pretty wreaths and the movie "Hocus Pocus", this wreath is for you! Bright and colorful, it features little pumpkins, ruffles, adorable little witchy shoes, and the words, "I smell children!" It is sure to bring a smile to the face of anyone who sees it!
These shadow box pumpkins are simply lovely. The shadow box pictures against a background of light inside pumpkin shells make for the perfect Halloween decoration. And they are actually a lot easier to make than you might think, especially with the help of a Cricut!
If you love things that light up for Halloween, you'll love this bat marquee. It's simply adorable hanging on your wall all lit up, with two lights for eyes. The big ears are so cute, you'll be tempted to scratch them. Go ahead - no one will blame you!
This Halloween wreath has it all! A bright purple spiderweb in the center is home to a gigantic black spider, and the whole thing is surrounded by bright, sparkly balls in black and orange. It's eye-catching, bold, and wonderfully creepy!
Pumpkins are such a symbol of Halloween but they usually come in the form of Jack-o-lanterns. That's why this fairy garden is so much fun. Your pumpkins get to be homes for fairies instead of the typical lit-up scary faces. And why not? Fairies must love to celebrate Halloween, too!
This Halloween wreath has such a classic look about it. Covered in yarn, you can decorate it any way you want. Use the Crow in its nest look like in the picture, or come up with something else that you like better. This awesome wreath is the perfect blank canvas for your Halloween creativity!
At first glance, these Pokemon pumpkins may not seem very Halloween-like. After all, aren't pumpkins supposed to have scary faces and be all lit up inside? But if kids can dress up as their favorite Pokemon, why can't pumpkins? Especially when the Pokemon designs are as cute and easy as this blogger came up with!
Another beautiful pumpkin design is this Galaxy Pumpkin. It's all spacy and sparkly, with several galaxies featured across its surface. If you have a future astronaut in your house, this is the Halloween pumpkin you need!
String art is such a wonderfully creative medium. You can make just about any picture you can think of, and this skull is one of my favorites. Even if this is your first string art project, following the simple directions will help you create a piece of Halloween art that you'll be truly proud of!