Craft your favorite Halloween candy by spiraling yellow, orange, and white yarn around Styrofoam cones dotted with hot glue. They look so good, we could (almost) eat them.

Don't turn your hallowed-out pumpkins into jack-o'-lanterns just yet! Instead, plant fall mums inside for the perfect planters to lead guests up your steps.

Create a classic country Halloween vignette on your front porch by arranging hay bales, mums, pumpkins, and dried corn stalks around your steps. Fake spiderwebs add a not-too-scary touch.

Buy fake ravens from the dollar store and glue them to a Styrofoam wreath for a gothic look.

Fill your home with the warmth of a classic autumn aroma. For the candles, you'll need pumpkin spice, olive or walnut oil, premium candle wax, and a package of beached candle wick.

Replace X and O with metallic faux pumpkins to turn classic fall decor into a fun game your family will love.

When it comes to Halloween handouts, there's perhaps nothing more iconic than candy corn. These sweet burlap gift bags make for charming (and reusable!) takeaways at Halloween get-togethers.

Reflective paint is this spectral mirror's secret. You can use any frame with glass; we chose one from Ikea, and spray-painted it black.

These fun bundles are easy to make with orange tissue paper and green tape. Cut the tissue paper into circles, place your favorite assorted candy in the center, and gather the edges until you've pinched together a perfect pumpkin.

For an easy and affordable way to decorate your home this Halloween, make luminaries using paint, candles, and empty tin cans.

Save these creepy, quick decorations for a Halloween season that's spookier than ever!

Go all out this Halloween and adapt your guests' favorite games into Halloween hits. Wrap store-brought bowling pins with toilet paper and add googly eyes to make marvelous mummies ready to be knocked over.

Decorate your tabletop cornhole boards with black acrylic paint, double-sided tape coated with silver glitter (for the perfect, shiny web), and any fake spiders of your choosing.

Challenge your guests to this guessing game. Satisfy the winner's sweet tooth by giving away the whole jar of candy corn.

Glue black felt onto pillow cases to make ghostly faces. It's a fun way to fill a Potato Sack Race with Halloween spirit.

Dare your guests to join in on this sweet eating contest – they'll be delighted.

As everyone's favorite famous feline, this mask will be a quick holiday hit. The cat classic only requires felt and elastic.

Bring your favorite emojis to life this Halloween with these easy-to-make masks.

Every fierce dragon needs a great mask in order to truly look the part. This no-sew wonder will do the trick.

If your little one is looking for the perfect piece to finish her black cat costume, this is the mask to make. You'll need half a sheet of black glitter felt, scrap pieces of gray and pink felt, scissors, Mod Podge, a brush, a pair of glasses or sunglasses for measuring, and some sparkly ribbon.

We're batty for these winged creations made out of felt, contrasting and coordinating thread, and 1/2" elastic.

You can build your own tombstones for under $20 using a template, saw, plywood, and chalkboard paint. Apply three coats and get creative.

These fun bundles are easy to make with orange tissue paper and green tape. Cut the tissue paper into circles, place your favorite assorted candy in the center, and gather the edges until you've pinched together a perfect pumpkin.

For an easy and affordable way to decorate your home this Halloween, make luminaries using paint, candles, and empty tin cans.

Make washing your hands a scary affair. Simply add Halloween items to your favorite hand soap – we suggest small pumpkin, bats, eyeballs, or spiders – and stir with skewers.