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65 Easy Homemade Halloween Decorations to Make for This Year's Party

Author: Enzo Karil
by Enzo Karil
Posted: Aug 22, 2021

Maybe you are looking to make a spooky yet stylish wreath for your front door. Perhaps you want some vampires and ghosts to liven up your place ahead of your Halloween Decoration party. Or maybe you just see for some kid-friendly Halloween activities to keep the little ones preoccupied. At the same time, you focus on making some delicious Halloween snacks or a few delectable Halloween gifts. Whether you are looking for or how you celebrate (or how much time and effort you are willing to put into the entire Halloween decoration process), these easy Halloween decoration ideas are total treats — no tricks required.

  1. Candy Corn WreathEveryone's favorite Halloween sweet is no longer limited to the candy dish! This easy-to-make wreath utilizes the colorful candy for a fun homemade decoration.
  2. Batty CenterpieceBring bats into the light of day by making construction paper versions that perch atop gnarled branches. Just cut-out bat shapes and add press-on eyes and fangs, then arrange the night creatures into a truly frightening flock!
  3. Fire Pumpkins

Set your stoop ablaze by stringing white outdoor holiday lights around regular pumpkins. It's a simple way to set a spooky mood—and illuminate your walkway!

4.Lace Spiderwebs

Pair lace fabric and doilies with embroidery hoops to make spooky spider webs. Perch plastic spiders inside to complete the frightful scene.

5.Spiderweb Doormat

Lure in visitors with your spiderweb doormat.

6.Skeleton Garland

Hang this cute garland from your mantle or a wall for sparkly spooky vibes.

Materials :

  • 27 x 20-inch sheet of medium-weight white paper
  • Ruler
  • Scissors
  • Craft knife
  • Cutting mat
  • Iron
  • Clear cellophane tape
  • Glitter: orange, green
  • Package of white Velcro Sticky Back coins


  1. 1. Cut paper lengthwise into 5 3/4 x 20-inch strips.
  2. 2. Fold each strip accordion-style along its length, making folds 2 1/2 inches apart.
  3. 3. Cut out pattern of skeleton.
  4. 4. Place pattern on folded paper strip, placing center line of pattern on fold. Trace outline; cut out, forming garland (end skull will be half-skull).
  5. 5. Place garland on cutting mat. Using craft knife, cut out openings as marked on pattern.
  6. 6. Open out garland. Cut away half-skull, leaving 1-inch-long tab. Cutaway other end of garland even with end of skull.
  7. 7. Using warm iron, press garland to remove fold lines.
  8. 8. Place strips of tape behind openings on skulls. Sprinkle glitter onto tape; shake off excess.
  9. 9. Attach Velcro coins to each tab to join strips. Also attach coins at ends of garland. Attach coins to wall to hang garland.

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Author: Enzo Karil

Enzo Karil

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