Halloween is the perfect time to show off your creativity… and to be extra creepy.
Whether you are making a DIY costume, baking fang-tastic sweets, or putting up haunted decorations for your costume party, you can let your imagination run wild.
Haunt Your Home
With this spooky holiday around the corner, we’re here to help you get in the spirit by getting those creative juices flowing.
This list ofÂ Halloween decorating tips willÂ let you haunt your home this October. (And beyond!)
1. Spookify your shelves.
These handmade wooden shelf sitters fromÂ Simply Stef’sÂ are spooky-cute and will look great in your house this Halloween.
Looking for easy Halloween decorating tips? Just add these adorable burlap pillows from Mom & MeÂ to your sofa for a cute, seasonal look for your home.
This personalized ceramic jar fromÂ sherrykeepsakesÂ is a great accessory for all the black magic you do in the kitchen. Store your cookies, flour, or even your spellbook for safe-keeping all season long.
If you have a dark, frightening hallway in your home, then this jack-o-lantern light fromÂ Heartlights will look great as it guides you through the darkness.
5. Swap out your wine glasses.
Which witch will be your sipping partner this Halloween? Find out when you order your set of hand-painted wine glasses fromÂ Glass Bellas.Â
6. Put your no-mess pumpkins on display.
You can pull your pumpkins out early when you take a more glam (and less messy) route with your Halloween decorations this year. These ceramic pumpkins fromÂ Kristy’s Craft RoomÂ will look great on display in your home.
7. Countdown until candy.
You wont ever have to wonder how many more days till candy when you have this handmade countdown fromÂ Made With Love By Jenn.
You will really freak people out when they see this gory garland fromÂ Tutti ThinksÂ hanging above your dinner table. (Halloween decorating tips that’ll spook your guests are the most fun, aren’t they?!)
Keep your yard kid-friendly, but show off your Halloween spirit for the trick-or-treaters with this light-up haunted house fromÂ Miranda’s Memories.
Make your trick-or-treaters walk through a realistic graveyard with these eerie tombstones fromÂ MiscellaneousMary’Shop.Â Then tell them you’re out of candy. (Just kidding.)
11. Add ghostly lanterns to your mantle.
Include this arrangement of LED lanterns fromÂ Omar’s MerchandiseÂ to your mantle for a ghoulishly delightful display.
Toast to the dead with a bone-chilling bottle of wine — complements of your skeleton wine-bottle holder fromÂ BDK’s Gifts and Decor.
13. If you’re showing signs, warn your neighbors.
Has your familyÂ been infected by zombies? If so, do the right thing and give your neighbors fair warning by putting up your customized, zombie-crossing sign fromÂ sherrykeepsakes.
This skeleton wreath fromÂ Connie’s CraftsÂ will give your guests a hauntingly warm welcome.
15. Be sure no blood gets on the table.
With these skeleton drink coasters fromÂ Wild Child,Â you won’t have to worry about scrubbing out the blood stains from the coffee table.
16. Have Halloween fun, inside and out.
Add a simple yard decoration, like this one fromÂ BDK’s Gifts and DecorÂ to show some love to the supernatural spirits outside your home.
17. Give your guests a warm welcome.
A Â list of Halloween decorating tips just isn’t complete without a door mat. And this personalized doormat fromÂ sherrykeepsakes willÂ greet your guests (and trick-or-treaters) with a warm, Halloween welcome.
18. Hire Mr. Bones as your bathroom aid.
This skeleton toilet paper fromÂ BDK’s Gifts and DecorÂ is a must-have for your bathroom decor this Halloween.