Want to decorate for Halloween but don’t want to break the bank? These cool and budget-friendly DIYs allow not to break the bank and to decorate in a cool way.
This simple craft is right for kids, you’ll need just a couple of toilet paper rolls to make these bats. Wings from cardboard and fun googly eyes, and voila, you have them!
Small styrofoam skulls and gold paint will give you awesome glam Halloween decorations. You may use them not only for Halloween but on other days, too.
This one is another bold glam decoration of plastic skulls, choose the color of the skulls and paint them. Then add gems and glitter paint – paint them with glitter the way you like creating various patterns. Let dry and enjoy!
Buy plastic snakes in Dollar Tree stores and spray paint them black. Fill vases with them and add candles or votives, it will look fun.
A garland for a couple of bucks? This one is made of yarn – just make usual tassels and paint eyes with a pen or paint. Voila, you have a ghost garland.
Make a Halloween wreath of book pages without wasting much money. Make cones of book pages, paint the edges black and attach them to a sheet of cardboard.
Another wreath idea is a skull wreath. Paint the skulls and attach them to each other with wire. Add ribbon and make a bow, then hang it where you want. Although it would look especially good on your front door.
Make a Halloween plaque: buy a skull tray in a dollar store, paint the middle with white and leave a proper message. Then just gild the skulls for a chic look.
Simple mason jars can be turned into fun lanterns using just some paint of your choice and stencils that you can make yourself.
Need a simple wreath? Take a piece of cardboard, attach some straws in orange and black and some bows, spiders and other décor you like.
Take usual white candles and stamp them with skulls, spiders and pumpkins. Wanna know how to do it? Read the full tutorial.
A bold wig and a couple of human-looking eye can be turned into a freaky monster. You can attach them to a door or just place somewhere around the house.
Take black plastic bags and cut out some spiderweb of them. Attach them to windows, corners or other places – that’s very easy and cheap.
A usual pupmkin from a dollar store can be painted some noble color and if you need, you can cut out eyes and a mouth to get a cool lantern for cheap.
At a party it’s always difficult to understand where and whose glass is. To avoid this problem, make these spider ring drink markers and attach them to every glass.
Make a Halloween centerpiece using some gourds and pumpkins and turn it into a creepy one with these spider stickers. You can buy them or make them yourself, and this is a totally last minute craft – such a fast to realize idea!