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Bring the Halloween Spirit to Your Home with These Decor Ideas

ERA Evergreen

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Oct 16 3 minutes read


Halloween is a fun and eerie time of year, and decorating your home can enhance the experience. When using candles or open flames, keep fire safety in mind, and consider utilizing battery-powered LED lights or glow sticks for a safer and longer-lasting glow. These suggestions should help you quickly change your home into a spooky Halloween refuge. Here are nine simple Halloween decor ideas to get your home in the mood for the holiday. Have a wonderful holiday season!





Pumpkin Carving  

Carving pumpkins is a classic Halloween activity. Create your own unique jack-o'-lantern designs and place them on your porch or windowsills.



 

Spooky Window Silhouettes  

Cut out black paper or cardboard silhouettes of witches, bats, cats, or other Halloween symbols and tape them to your windows. When the lights are on inside, they'll cast eerie shadows on the outside.



  

Glowing Mason Jars  

Fill mason jars with small battery-operated LED lights or candles to create a spooky, glowing effect. You can also paint or decorate the jars with Halloween-themed designs.



 

Cobwebs and Spiders  

Stretch fake spider webs across doorways, windows, and other areas of your home. Add some plastic spiders for an extra creepy touch.



 


Witch's Broomstick   

Place a witch's broomstick by your front door or in a corner of your home. You can easily make one with a stick and some straw or twigs.



  


Ghostly Garlands  

 String up ghost-shaped garlands or other Halloween-themed decorations around your home, over doorways, or along staircases.



  

Creepy Crawlers 

Scatter plastic insects like cockroaches, rats, or centipedes in unexpected places, like on your kitchen counter or in the bathroom.



 

Halloween Wreath 

Create or purchase a Halloween wreath for your front door. Use materials like black feathers, orange ribbons, plastic skulls, and spiders to make it spooky and welcoming.



 

Floating Ghosts 

Hang white sheets or balloons from trees or your ceiling to create floating ghost decorations. Draw ghostly faces on them with a black marker for added effect.



   


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