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Halloween Crafts & Decorations

Eerily easy Halloweens crafts, decorations, DIY costumes, and more.

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There's so much to love about autumn, and so much to be grateful for, it's hard to compile into one list.

DIY Halloween Spider Treat Bag

This two-year-old is the master of adorable Halloween costumes.

One crafty guy shows us how to give an inexpensive candlestick a pop of color.

DIY Halloween Tutu Tulle Wreath

These homeowners went all in with creepy (and cute!) yard decorations.

We wouldn't be caught dead in these scary homes, all gathered from our favorite horror movie sets.

DIY Duck Tape® Glow in the Dark Skeleton Treat Bag

A not-so-scary scarecrow welcomes guests with drinks and appetizers.

Illuminated jack-o'-lanterns line the walkway to the dinner table.

Make-believe takes center stage at a vintage-theme Halloween party, with decorations from an extraordinary collection of antiques.

Blogger Jessica Jones simply cut up a trash bag in order to craft these cheap and easy spiderwebs.

Design Skool blogger Justine Hand used her collection of vintage books and candlesticks to turn a basic entryway table into a gothic-themed display.

  • Cinnamon Orton

    I love this! And I'm so sad I haven't received my issue yet. I moved so I think the mailman must have kept it for his wife. ;)

Repurpose either a toilet paper or paper towel roll into these cute, googly-eyed bats.

Use a vinyl cutter to create some creepy shapes (blogger Sarah went for a spider theme), and adhere them to the inside of a lamp shade.

A foam pumpkin and oversized pipe cleaners combine to make a giant spider bucket—perfect for storing candy—in just a few quick steps.

If you have some extra cork rounds in your house, use craft paint to add a cute candy-corn theme.

Mummify your front door in just five minutes with some crepe paper, construction paper, and tape.

Grab an empty frame, yarn, and some tape to make this cute door hanging.

This creepy garland is easier to make than it looks! Blogger Anna Wulick simply printed three large Clipart images, attached them to yarn, then hung them with tape.

All you need for super-easy craft? Gourds, white spray paint, and a black paint pen.

To call forth this gathering, use glue dots to stick construction-paper eyes and mouths onto white tissue-paper bells, then drape them with cheesecloth.

These black bats can be created with craft foam, googly eyes, and fishing line.