Yet another Halloween lurks around the corner. But, it doesn’t have to break the bank with a little elbow grease and some simple decor ideas. We have put together a list of affordable, creepy decorations you can spookify your home

SAN FRANCISCO, CA, October 29, 2018 /24-7PressRelease/ — Yet another Halloween lurks around the corner. Celebrators across the country eagerly await the opportunity to trick their neighbors and give visitors a spook. It is, after all, one of the most anticipated holidays of the year. Creating a frightening home for the festivities can be an expensive endeavor. But, it doesn’t have to break the bank with a little elbow grease and some simple decor ideas. We have put together a list of affordable, creepy decorations you can make to spruce up and spookify your home this Halloween.

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So, here you have it. Our top 8 DIY Halloween decorations to spookify your home:

1. Ghostly Piñatas
Piñatas may not be the first decoration that comes to mind when you think of Halloween. That said, these nifty little items can make for an adorable ghostly piece. You can give them cute facial expressions or create more sinister ones for the teens. Fill them up with a snack of choice and give the kids something to smash them with. These ghostly piñatas require hardly any materials and minimum crafting effort.

2. Mummified Pillows
Bring the mummies back from the beyond with these creative and cute pillows. Super cheap and easy to make, they will effortlessly provide a more chilling atmosphere in the living room. Using felt to provide expressions, you can curate your mummified pillows in a variety of ways.

3. Bat Napkins
For those decorating a demonic dinner party or supplying a spooky spread, these bat napkins are sure to bring the thrill to the table. Not only do they provide a brilliant way to set up your supper, but creating them will teach you a little bit about origami. Who said that the undead won’t appreciate a handy new trick?

4. Pumpkin-Spider Candles
Getting crafty is the name of the game and these little candle holders combine two of the most iconic Halloween elements: pumpkins and spiders. Sure, the classic carved pumpkin is bound to feature on your patio but creating these pumpkin-spider candles will add some moody lighting to the indoors.

5. Halloween Tree
Trees are not exclusive to Christmas. Adding a Halloween-inspired tree to your living space will fill it with color and fun. You could use an old tree you already have or source an affordable one. Maybe throw in a few presents underneath to really treat your loved ones.

6. Floating Witch Hats
Dressing up as a witch is arguably the most overdone Halloween costume. If you’ve done it before and never got rid of your hats or already bought an outfit, then why not use them to create an eye-catching porch display. These floating witch hats will spook the trick-or-treaters and ensure your porch is lit.

7. Creepy Crawly Soaps
You won’t leave your bathroom less spooky than the rest of the house with these creepy crawly soaps. You may even catch an unsuspecting guest off guard and give them a terrifying fright. Making them is an incredibly easy overnight job that you won’t regret when you see the looks of shock as your visitors arrive back to the table.

8. Webbed Windows
Don’t neglect the windows as you gear up for Halloween. Peeping toms will be sure to get a fright when they see massive webbed windows. Stick up a few fake spiders to liven up the look. You won’t have to grab supplies to craft these nifty guys. All the materials can be found in your home and cutting them is incredibly simple.

We hope that by adding a few of these simple DIY Halloween decoration ideas to your home will give it that spooky edge to impress your friends and frighten a few unsuspecting trick-or-treaters. Have a festive and safe time this October the 31st!

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