Getting ready for the holidays can be such a hassle, it might be tempting just to skip Halloween and prepare for Christmas. But, decorating for Halloween doesn’t have to cost you a lot of time or effort. Get your spook on and bring the Halloween spirit in your home with these easy and inexpensive Halloween Ideas.
Halloween Decor Ideas
For some spookily cute and awesome Halloween ideas, here are some decorating ideas you’re sure to love:
You heard it right; trees are not only for Christmas. Impress your guests with a Halloween Tree! All you need to do is set up a tree (you can use an old Christmas Tree). If you want your decor to pop, choose a white tree and add some spooky ornaments. The white tree in contrast with various ornaments will make it more interesting.
Movies are always a good inspiration for Halloween. With so many fantastic films this year (like the latest Avengers and Incredibles movie), it’s an excellent idea to try and base your decor from.
Glowing Halloween Mason Jars
Looking for an easy DIY Halloween decor? How about a glowing Halloween mason jar? All you need to do is get a mason jar, black/white acrylic paint, and a battery-powered flickering candlelight. Paint the mason jar with white and decorate with the black paint to make it look like a ghost. After the paint has dried, place the candlelight inside the jar and close the lid.
Floating Witch Hats
Hogwarts has floating candles, and now you can have your own version too. Feel wickedly witchy by hanging floating witch hats in your front porch. Read the whole tutorial here.
Black Witch Hat – $5.99
Halloween Face Pillows
We’ve already made a personalized pillow. This Halloween why not create a Halloween Face Pillow? This is a great decor if you have some guests coming over or kids at home. With just a few fabrics and basic knowledge about sewing, you can easily create it!
Hosting a party in your home or a planned dinner with your family? Make it fun with these recipes that we’ve compiled:
Kids can’t only be the one having fun this Halloween, for grown-ups who want to change up their boring cocktails, here are some wickedly delicious drinks you can serve.
Spookify your kids’ lunch this Halloween by decorating their snacks! All you need is some colored papers, glue, googly eyes and you’re good to go. See the complete tutorial here. You can also display these snacks in your home.
Skull Candy Bowl – $10.47
Squid Ink Linguine
Love pasta? Then you’re going to love this squid ink linguine recipe. Because of the black colored squid ink pasta garnished with Jack O’Lantern carrots, it makes the recipe eerily delicious.
Trick or Treats Monster Cups
For dessert, I think everybody will love these monstered faces cupcakes. Serve it after dinner or lunch, and your guests will definitely be charmed by it. Follow the recipe here.
Which of these Halloween ideas will you be trying out? Share them in the comment section below!