A Spooky Good Deal: Low Cost Halloween Decorations

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Sep 26, 2022

A Spooky Good Deal: Low-Cost Halloween Decorations

When it comes to Halloween, being spooky doesn’t have to be expensive. In fact, you can easily make your own decorations for a fraction of the cost of store-bought items. All you need is a little creativity and a tight budget. Here are eight decoration ideas that will make your home the talk of the neighborhood without breaking the bank.

DIY Spider Web Wall Art:

This easy wall art is made with just black construction paper and clear packing tape. Cut the construction paper into thin strips, then use the packing tape to create a web pattern on your wall. add some plastic spiders for an extra creepy touch. (Total Cost: $5)

Upcycled Candle Jars:

Save up your used candle jars and give them a new life as spooky candle holders. Just wash out the jars, then paint them black on the inside. Use a white paint pen to draw spooky faces on the outside of the jars. (Total Cost: $0)

Clothespin Bats:

These bats are so easy to make, and they’re perfect for dressing up any room in your house. Just paint some clothespins black, then glue them together in pairs to create bat wings. Add a googly eye to each bat, then hang them from the ceiling with a fishing line. (Total Cost: $3)

Mason Jar Luminaries:

These luminaries are simple and elegant, and they’re perfect for lighting up your front porch on Halloween night. Just put batteries in some LED tea lights, then drop them into clean mason jars. For an extra touch, you can wrap the top of each jar with black lace or tulle. (Total Cost: $10)

Toilet Paper Roll Ghosts:

These ghosts are so easy to make, and they’re perfect for using up those toilet paper rolls that you would otherwise throw away. Just cut toilet paper rolls in half, then paint them white (you can also wrap them in white duct tape). Draw ghost faces on each roll with a black Sharpie, then hang them from the ceiling with a fishing line.(Total Cost: $0)

Spiderweb Tablecloth:

This spiderweb tablecloth is perfect for dressing up your dining room table this Halloween season. Just purchase a white tablecloth from the dollar store, then use a black Sharpie to draw spiderwebs all over it. Add some fake spiders for an extra touch.(Total Cost:$5)

Halloween String Lights :

These lights are perfect for hanging around your porch or in your windows. You can purchase Halloween-themed string lights at most stores, or you can simply buy some plain white string lights and wrap them around some orange or black construction paper to create ghosts, bats, and pumpkins.(Total Cost:$10 )

Painted Pumpkin Vase :

Save money on costly store-bought vases this Halloween by painting your own! Just purchase some small white pumpkins from the grocery store, then use acrylic paint to give them any design you want. Once they’re dry, simply place a bouquet of faux flowers inside.(Total Cost:$7)

 

Making your own Halloween decorations can be fun, easy, and economical! With a little creativity, you can easily create spooky – yet – stylish décor that will impress your guests without breaking the bank. So get creative this year and see how far you can stretch your budget!

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