Cool DIY Halloween Decorations

1. Ghost Milk Jug Luminaries. If you have a few empty milk jugs laying around you can create from them these fun ghost luminaries. Get the tutorial at Third Stop on the Right


2. Glow in the Dark Slime


This homemade glow in the dark slime recipe is fun project to do with kids! Get the tutorial at A Pumpkin and A Princess

3. Creepy Snake Wreath


Make and hang this jet-black wreath wriggling on the front door to scare your guests. Get the tutorial at Martha Stewart

4. Egg Carton Bats and Leaf Ghosts


Another adorable and easy Halloween craft. Fun to make with kids. Get the tutorial at Happy Clippings

5. Doily Spiderweb Corbels


Make this cute Halloween carbels for your doorways. Get the tutorial at My So Called Crafty Life

6. Easy Mummies


These would be great sitting in a window… Get the tutorial at Craftaholics Anonymous

7. Spooky Skeleton Hands


All you need is latex gloves and a permanent marker! Get the tutorial at Taryn Williford

8. Glow in the Dark Ghosts


They are going to look great hanging around in the front yard! Get the tutorial at Domestic Fits

9. Glowing Eyes


Quick and easy Halloween decoration for indoors or out. Cut some spooky eyes into empty toilet paper rolls then put glow sticks and cover ends with duct tape. Via Rust & Sunshine

10. Hanging Bat Chandelier


Create your own chandelier with hanging bats to decorate your home or porch. Get the tutorial at My Paper Crane

11. Magnetic Spiders


For those who aren’t terrified of spiders, decorating with them is great for Halloween. Get the tutorial at Delia Creates

12. Wall Spider Web


That is brilliant! And so huge. You can also put one in the window. Get the tutorial at The Art of Doing Stuff

13. Frankenstein Door


Bring some fun Halloween decor for the outside of your home! Get the tutorial at East Coast Creative

14. Trash Bag Spider Webs


Super cute, cheap, and easy! They look really amazing hanging in front of the window. Get the tutorial at How About Orange

15. Stair Decorations


Cut shapes out of the cardstock, like mouse, and arrange them like they are traveling up the stairs. Add a few pumpkins and a candles to complete the décor. Get more details at Thrifty Decor Chick

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