7 DIY Decorations for Your Halloween Party

Halloween is such a fun night. The creative costumes, the spooky decorations, and the celebrations are always something to savor. The decorations, in particular, can make a huge difference. Decorations are designed to set the right mood and the right atmosphere for a spooky and scary night. If you’re creative, it’s very easy to use Halloween décor to make your night as memorable as possible.

In case you’re not sure which decorations to use, we have a short list that may help you.

Black Crow Wreath

Start at the beginning
Front door decor done right. Source: A pumpkin and a princess

You can give your guests the creeps right from the moment they walk up to your house by making this simple DIY project. To make the wreath, you will need:

  • Grapevine wreath
  • Black spray paint
  • A fake black crow
  • Glitter floral stems
  • Black ribbon
  • A hot glue gun

Get the step-by-step instructions on how to make this spooky Halloween wreath here.

DIY Bat Branch Centerpiece

Halloween decor doesn't have to be hard
It's bat-tastic DIY decor! Source: The Sweetest Occasion

Add some sparkling delight to your living room with this DIY bat branch centerpiece. All you need are some backyard twigs spray painted black and some paper bats to create the centerpiece. The twigs should be all different heights, but on the taller side to accommodate a number of bats. Small lifelike spiders may also be used to complete the arrangement. Find out how to make it here.

Spider Web Tablecloth

Check out this decor idea
Set the table with Halloween decor you made yourself. Source: The house that Lars built

If you’re looking to throw a Halloween party that’s more on the glam side than the spooky side, this is the perfect tablecloth (it can even double as a photo booth backdrop)! This DIY project uses bleach to make the spider web patterns, so be sure to make this in a well-ventilated area. Want to know how to make your own? Find out here!

Skull Candle Holder

Continuing with the Halloween glam theme, this DIY skull candle holder is absolutely amazing! All you do is drill three holes in the top of a plaster skull, spray paint the skull gold, and then put the candles in! Easy, right? It’ll be perfect to set the mood for your Halloween party.

DIY Halloween Garlands

A bat garland! Batman would be proud
The spider is offering you cookies. Source: No biggie

Garlands too can help set the stage for your Halloween and the designs vary from one person to another. However, if you can combine the garlands with paper bats or paper spiders the effect will be quite good. In addition to this, you can add a smaller scary message too. Learn how to make the garlands from the photo above here.

Bloody Candles

More great DIY Halloween decor ideas
Even candles can become spooky! Source: Better House Keeper

Who doesn’t love a good bleeding candle at Halloween? This DIY project looks amazing and is actually incredibly easy to make. Start by piercing your white candles with a simple black carpet tack. Once the holes are made, pour in dripping red wax until it overflows to the sides. Light up the candle and set it on the dining area or anywhere else you want. For more detailed instructions, click here.

Spooky Halloween Party Cups

Cups for any Halloween get together
Black solo cups are watching you! Source: Cutefetti

If you’re planning on throwing a Halloween party, you need some spooky cups for your guests to drink out of. You can stick some googly eyes on ordinary black party cups to deliver the perfect monster creations. Super easy and fast! To find out more about these Halloween cups, click here.

Halloween decorations can help set the right atmosphere for a spooky and enjoyable night. The options above are simple and creative. They will go a long way in adding to the creep and fear factor for your Halloween night.

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