Hallow’s Eve is nearing and we have 13 DIY Halloween decoration ideas you need to add to your apartment home this October. Get a jump start this week and enjoy your boo-tiful home decor all month long.
1. DIY Glitter Skull
Purchase your skull from JoAnne or Michael’s, paint with your color of glitter, in this case, it’s gold. Once dry, place the skull in a cardboard box and coat with Modge Podge. Shake gold glitter onto the glue and shake off the excess glitter once it dries.
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2. Decorative Doors
Pick your favorite ghoul and decorate your door! Use construction paper and streamers to design your monster or favorite Nightmare Before Christmas character.
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3. Bat Decorations
Transform an entire wall in your apartment home with this version of bat decor in four simple steps. All you need is to download a template, obtain black construction paper, cut the bats and place on the wall.
4. Ghoulish Water Jugs
Take an everyday water jug and make it boo-tiful with various spooky expressions. Draw the faces with permanent marker, cut a hole in the back and stick Christmas lights inside the jugs to light up your home.
5. Lace Candles
These wicked awesome DIY Halloween decorations are bound to light up your table with a subtle Halloween flair. Take glass candles and wrap with decorative lace that can be found at Jo-Anne. Cut the strips accordingly and sew the edges or glue to the glass for the finished product.
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6. Candy Corn Bottles
Get corny and spray paint glass bottles to resemble candy corn. Put in flowers of your choice and your apartment home is instantly chic and decorated for Halloween.
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This craft is easy for adults and kids alike to create. All you need is balloons, yarn, water and faux spiders to create these hanging webs to adorn your home.
8. Pumpkin Lanterns
Switch up your normal jack-o-lanterns and creep it real with these contemporary pumpkins as one of your DIY Halloween decorations.
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9. Candy Corn Candles
Probably the easiest DIY Halloween decoration to make on our list. Just buy a simple glass votive, pillar candles and add candy corn. You can also reuse the votives for every day in your home or fill with other items throughout the holiday season.
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10. Skull String Art Piece
For those who love to craft, this skeleton piece is perfect to display on a shelf and test your skills. Trace a skull and use nails to create an outline, then use string to create the outline of the head.
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11. DIY Graveyard Paper Lanterns
Decorate your dinner table or mantle with these subtly stylish lanterns that remind us of Benny and Binx in the graveyard from Hocus Focus or a scene out of Pretty Little Liars.
12. Wicked Banner
“Something wicked this way comes,” with this printable banner. Print on various cardstock to create a spooktacular pattern and string together with jute twine to hang in your home.
13. Halloween Book Pumpkins
If you have old books, give them a second life with these pumpkin book designs. Cut, color and glue the books to make a vibrant design that can enhance your bookshelves, counters or coffee table this Halloween.
You can trick or treat yo’ self to more DIY Halloween decorations on our IMT Halloween Pinterest board.
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