I realise that I should have made this post one of the first Halloweek posts but oh well!
Halloweek day seven (our second last day! 😭) is all about DIY Halloween decor. If you’re hosting a party of you just want your house to be full of the Halloween spirit then these 10 DIY Halloween decor items will be perfect for you!
Enchanting Halloween Lanterns
These adorable Halloween lanterns, made by Liska Myers at Adventure In A Box, would be so cute to have sitting in the corner of a room, illuminating the area.
Tissue Paper Pumpkins
These minimal DIY pumpkin treats are half decor, half food. These would be perfect to have has decoration, or to hand out to kids on Halloween. Made by Debbie Chapman at One Little Project.
Sparkling Boo Sign
This homemade sign, made by Kimber at The Pinning Mama, would be perfect to hang on your front door or even on one of the doors in your home.
These creepy potion bottles, made by Magia Mia, would make the perfect decoration for any Halloween themed occasion.
Stand Alone Ghosts
These cute stand alone ghosts, made by Steph at eHow, would be the perfect DIY activity to do with your kids, or even by yourself for a kids Halloween Party. Or even for your own Halloween party!
If you like candles and Halloween, you’ll love this amazing candle DIY by Sarah Lipoff at PopSugar.
Although they’re vampire pumpkins, these adorable mini pumpkins with fangs are possibly the cutest Halloween decoration I’ve ever seen. Found at Martha Stewart.
I have never wanted to try a DIY project more than I want to try this. These spell books made by Kelly at PopSugar, are incredible. They look so real!
Wall of Bats
This frightening, yet adorable, wall of bats is perfect for a Halloween party for any age. And they’re pretty damned easy to make. Made by Marvelous Mommy.
Masking Tape Hand
Last, but not least on our list of DIY Halloween decorations is this creepy standing hand. This freestanding hand, made by Emily at Wholesale Halloween Costumes, is made with masking tape, fancy that!
What’s your favourite decor item to make on Halloween?