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20 Halloween decorations to make yourself

20 Halloween decorations to make yourself

Halloween decoration: labels to print

Melanie grizzel

Forget the cobwebs and creepy atmospheres! To spend a devilishly scary Halloween night and terrify your guests forever, we print labels with old-fashioned graphics. What give all your drinks an air of little magic broth. More info on this DIY: Camille Styles

Halloween decoration: a monstrous bowl of edible treats

A Beautiful Mess actions

If at home, Halloween rhymes with monsters of all kinds, this simple decoration to make will satisfy you! First step, inflate a few balloons. In a bowl, mix a few white chocolate chips, oil and a little green food coloring, then melt in the microwave. This step done, dip the bottom of the balloon into the chocolate. Let dry then add two small eye-shaped candies. Original and delicious, we love it! More info on this DIY: A Beautiful Mess

Halloween decoration: bats hanging

Layla Palmer

The bat is an ideal icon for Halloween and moreover, so easy to reproduce. The proof with this inexpensive and extremely simple DIY! A little black paper, a bat template, eyes to stick, a few minutes of cutting… and that's the job! A real breeze! More info on this DIY: HGTV

Halloween decoration: A bouquet in the shape of ghosts

A Beautiful Mess actions

A jar painted black, a few lollipops, white cotton, string, a black pen and you're ready to decorate your table with a string of little ghosts. Good or bad, it's up to you to give them the desired appearance. More info on this DIY: A Beautiful Mess

Halloween decoration: ghosts under glass


We are somewhat inspired by Christmas globes under glass for this decoration made using small custom jars, pieces of wood and canvas. Nice isn't it? More info on this DIY: Eighteen25

Halloween decoration: an original wall sign

Cupcakes and Cutlery

With a little wire, colored tape and in just a few minutes of manipulation, your wall will transform into an original and graphic decoration for Halloween. Witches and vampires of the day just have to watch out! More info on this DIY: Cupcakes and Cutlery

Halloween Decoration: A Bat Candy Basket

MerMag Blog

Your little toddler has decided to dress up as a bat this year? That's pretty good, we have found for you a tutorial that will allow you to coordinate candy basket and costume. Attempted? Nothing's easier. Simply follow the recommendations of the friendly MerMag blog step by step. More info on this DIY: MerMag Blog

Halloween decoration: a flight of bats

Tim gibson

Reproducing the flight of a swarm of bats is possible! With a little black paper, a wing template, a few minutes of folding and a garland, your wall will turn into a frightening flight of bats. More info on this DIY: Oh Happy Day

Halloween decoration: a wreath of eyes

Number 2 Pencil

Halloween is the perfect time to add a wreath on your front door. If you want one that recalls this holiday, bring a crown of your choice. Wrap its structure in fabric and then cover it with ping pong balls. Finally, place on each of them small eye-shaped pellets and voila! More info on this DIY: Number 2 Pencil

Halloween decoration: a scary decor

Marigold Mom

For a deadly decoration on Halloween day, plant an all-black decor decorated with a few silver notes scattered here and there. Cardboard trees and raven, pumpkin or charcoal candlestick fabrics… Like disturbing shadow puppets, this decoration will not leave you unmoved! More info on this DIY: Marigold Mom

Halloween decoration: treat and trick light fixture

Diy N Crafts

We love these outdoor lights designed by Diy N Crafts. Painted in black and decorated with a special message, they have style! We can also be inspired to customize our pumpkins and we spread our creations on our staircase, around the fireplace, outside or in the entrance. * More info on this DIY: Diy N Crafts *

Halloween decoration: colorful lanterns

The australian baby blog

For Halloween, exit the pumpkins! This year, turn your traditional plastic glasses into scary colorful lanterns. What give your guests cold backs! * More info on this DIY: The australian baby blog *

Halloween decoration: bat garland

Meine Svenja

For a decoration to shudder on Halloween day, we are inspired by the bat garland from the blog Meine Svenja. His idea ? Cut black paper in the shape of wings and paint a polystyrene ball in black. Finally, assemble them. Maleficent this Halloween decoration! * More info on this DIY: Meine Svenja *

Halloween decoration: a pumpkin as a flowerpot

I Heart Nap Time

It's the same every year ... you brainstorm for a spectacular way to decorate your Halloween pumpkins. This year, bet on originality by diverting your pumpkins in an ephemeral flowerpot. Dressed up, the cucurbit has more than one bad trick in its bag! * More info on this DIY: I Heart Nap Time *

Halloween decoration: candy centerpiece

Style Blueprint Birmingham

To decorate your Halloween table with delicacy, you can also bet on a touch of fantasy. How? 'Or' What ? By inviting candies in the shape of ghosts, pumpkins… in a vase, just to originalize the traditional Halloween colors. An idea that will certainly appeal to young and old! * More info on this DIY: Style Blueprint Birmingham *

Halloween decoration: ghost outdoor lanterns


Outside your home, you can also bring a scary note. To do this, you divert your old plastic bottles and decorate them with a black pen. We shudder in advance! * More info on this DIY: Eighteen25 *

Halloween decoration: blood-chilling jars

It All Started With Paint

To give panache to our Halloween table decoration, we put on custom jars made using black, gold spray paint and rubber bands. Perfect for hosting sweets, they will delight all your toddlers. * More info on this DIY: It All Started With Paint *

Halloween decoration: spider garlands


To set the scene easily in your living room on Halloween, make yourself scary little spiders with furry legs and bodies. Black rope, a polystyrene ball and voila! * More info on this DIY: Eighteen25 *

Halloween decoration: Halloween wreath

The apron

At Halloween, the engraved, decorated and lit pumpkins punctuate the house with their funny faces and their orange color. Here is an idea to change and decorate your front door! Make a Halloween wreath with bat figures cut out of black paper, burlap and orange ribbon. * More info on this DIY: The Apron *