If you’re looking for ways to decorate your home this Halloween I’ve hooked you up with some easy Halloween Decorating Ideas complete with Halloween pictures for you to be inspired from. They include front door decoration, halloween wreaths and other diy Halloween ideas.

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As always, the Tip Junkie Halloween and Thanksgiving sites have hundreds of pictured tutorials with free patterns for autumn and fall. You can always search there if you’’re looking for more pictured tutorials. {wink}

Front Door Decoration

Front Door Decoration

1.  Jack Skellington Door {free printable} ~  The Nightmare Before Christmas has a huge cult following and everyone is sure to recognize this cute, spooky face. Use the free printable template to decorate your front door.

Halloween Googley Eye Door

2.  Halloween Googley Eye Door ~ How cute are these googley eyes on the front door?!  Gives the effect of someone watching you!  Use repositioning adhesive to attach the eyes to the door for easy clean up.

Frankenstein Door Decor

3.  Frankenstein Door Decor ~ No special templates were used to make this frankendoor.  Use measuring cups and bowls for templates to trace onto felt.

A Mummy Door Welcome

4.  A Mummy Door Welcome ~ This is an easy and inexpensive way to decorate your front door for all those trick or treaters! All you need is white streamers, black and white construction paper. Easy Peasy and oh so perfect for Halloween!

Witch Crash Door

5.  Witch Crash Door ~ How hysterical is this witch crash door?!  It’s a rather ingenious idea using a plastic clothes basket.

Bats on the Door Decor

6.  Bats on the Door Decor ~ Keep it simple with a swarm of paper bats flying across your front door.

Spooky Welcome Mat

Halloween Decorating Ideas

7.  Spooky Welcome Mat ~ Paint your front door mat with spooky vampire teeth.  You can even add some red paint to make it more authentic.

DIY Spooky Eyes & Teeth

8.  DIY Spooky Eyes & Teeth ~ A project the whole family will enjoy creating! The step by step tutorial shows you how to create the eyeballs and teeth using plywood and spray paint.

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DIY Halloween

9.  Boo Sign ~ A little paint, wood letters, glitter and ribbon to make a boo-tiful front door sign.

Black & White Pumpkin Topiary

10.  Black & White Pumpkin Topiary ~ Pumpkin Topiary with lights for use indoors or your Fall/Halloween Front Porch! Spray paint the pumpkins white and black for a more festive door decoration.

Spider Web Rug

11.  Spider Web Rug {halloween decorations to make} Spookify the entryway of your home with this fabulous black Spider Web Rug! This step-by-step spider web tutorial will help you get your house ready for some fake creepy crawly critters in no time. {{snicker}}

Halloween Wreaths

Halloween Wreaths

12.  Pinecone Monster Wreath Tutorial ~ Do you have an old pinecone wreath you might want to update?  How about spray painting it green and making it into a cute monster wreath?!

Feather Halloween Wreath Tutorial

13.  Feather Halloween Wreath Tutorial ~ How to make a wreath Craft that is useful, spooky, and festive is easy as 1-2-3 with this DIY Halloween Wreath tutorial! Get into the spirit of Halloween with this festive Halloween wreath!

Black & White Halloween Wreath

14.  Black & White Halloween Wreath ~ Use traditional black and white Halloween colors for a modern wreath.  Add some glitter “Boo” letters to create a wreath that will stand out above the rest.

Yarn Pom Pom Wreath

15.  Yarn Pom Pom Wreath ~ Empty tp roll tubes are perfect for making yarn pom pom’s.

 

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If you love these Halloween crafts – then you’ll find a THOUSAND more just as creative over on the Tip Junkie Halloween site!

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