DIY Halloween House Decor

Do your kids love Halloween?  Mine do!  They start planning their costumes in July.  I would like to say I’m kidding, but I’m not.  They have planned to be box trolls, Ninja turtles, Dorothy and Toto and a few other characters already.  To say they like Halloween is an understatement.  They LOVE it!  If your kids loooove Halloween too, then check out these DIY Halloween house decor ideas!  They are sure to make your kiddos scream.  With excitement!

DIY Halloween House Decor!


Spooky spider web hoops are the perfect addition to any Halloween house decor.  Plus they are really easy to make and when you are done you can reuse the Darice Wood Embroidery Hoop 10″ you used to make these!


I love these melted crayon pumpkins!  They are a great way to use broken crayons and it turned out oh so pretty.

Be sure to save your empty plastic jars and make this fun Halloween bottle luminaries!  Bonus – let the kids decorate them!


I would smile every time I walked up to my door if I had this homemade witch wreath on it!

This trick or trick footprint sign would be super cute on the front porch.  Add some pumpkins and hay and you are set!


Instead of a wreath, you can put this candy corn door hanger on the front door!  It’s super cute and easy to make.

Add this wooden Halloween sign to your porch decor as well!  I love the decorations that extreme coupon mom uses, but you can add your own flair.


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If you are looking so a spookier wreath, then this one from home.made.interest would be perfect!  Plus, you won’t believe how much she saved making it herself!


I bet this giant spider would be perfect inside or out!  And if you add glow in the dark paint to him, he would look extra spooky!

Another great pumpkin idea – neon dipped pumpkins!  Add these to the front porch or keep them inside.  Either way they are a great addition to your Halloween decor!

Do you have old boxes?  Recycle them and make this cardboard tombstone cemetery in your front yard!


Make this reusable Halloween banner for inside or out.  When you are done, roll it up and save it for next years decorating!

Another fun recycling project – Halloween windsocks!  Save your cans and decorate the front yard with these easy, breezy windsocks.
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Kelley is a food blogger, photography, licensed Texas REALTOR and most importantly - mom to two rambunctious kiddos. She blogs at and shares easy recipes along with stories of her days as a work at home mom.

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