Of course, Halloween is a very popular holiday which people really get into. You can see this by how so many stores sell Halloween decorations around this time in October. But there are so many who like to make their own as I’ve seen on Pinterest. Last year, I did a post on Halloween crafts which people have done. And I got so many photos from Pinterest that I couldn’t possibly have used them all. I mean there are so many ideas people do for a holiday that’s only surpassed by Christmas in terms of popularity. Well, even that’s kind of contested. Nevertheless, if you plan to throw a spooky Halloween party or just like to scare people on your lawn, then you’re in luck. Because I plan to show you more craft ideas that you might want to see. So feel free to look if you dare.
- Ever get the feeling you’re being watched?
Relax, someone probably darkened the portrait and put it into a blackened old style frame. It’s kind of suited for a haunted house.
2. Did that cauldron just get legs?
Guess it must be under a spell. Or someone’s DIY Halloween decoration. The latter is more likely. Either way, it’s brilliant.
3. Grace your front door this Halloween with a raven grapevine wreath like this.
Or crow wreath if you want to get specific. Still, best if the wreath and the birds match in color.
4. Use this mummy doll on your door of you don’t want any disturbance.
Well, that’s more cute than scary. Still, if it’s a mummy, then why does it have a tie on? And does this make the mummy a daddy?
5. No Halloween dish table is complete if it’s not made from bones.
Actually, it’s made from paper mache. But it almost looks real doesn’t it? Might want to discuss this with the neighbors.
6. All guests are welcome at Mummy’s Bed and Breakfast.
Just come on down to toot and come in. And don’t mind the walking bandaged people.
7. A Halloween bauble wreath always has to be black and orange.
This one has it in stripes and beads. Not sure if black and orange go together like that though.
8. A black feather wreath has to include a few pumpkins.
And what shiny pumpkins they are, too. Still, though I like the fuzziness, I’m not sure if I’d want to clean up after it.
9. Eeek! There’s a giant spider on that wreath.
Actually that’s part of the decoration since it’s for Halloween. But try explaining that to an arachnaphobe.
10. For an easy Halloween decoration, try using doilies on unused black picture frames.
Because doilies make great spider webs. Also might make you seem rather eccentric.
11. Mason jars are great for storing crows, spiders, and other creepers.
Well, these are terrariums. But these consist of a crow, a white preying mantis, and some white spiders.
12. A giant spider in the front yard is great for freaking out the neighbors.
Before setting it up, explain to the neighbors that it’s not a real spider and won’t hurt anyone. Though they might be scared of it anyway.
13. A terrarium grave yard is a decoration worth dying for.
Almost gives an impression of a mini cemetery. Like the use of old tombstones.
14. Grace your Halloween table with an eyeball bouquet.
Because these are surely eye catching aren’t they? Also, you can use these every year.
15. Hang this wreath at your door to tell guests to beware.
And there’s nothing like a skeleton in a top hat to enforce that measure. Still, I think this is great.
16. A crow’s feather wreath really makes an impression.
Now that’s very classy. Love the feathers on this one. Great for any front door.
17. These street signs will show you where to enter if you dare.
Love the names of these places. Not sure if I’d want to go to any of them though. Brilliant.
18. This Halloween owl wreath will surely be a hoot.
Well, this is a more cute Halloween decoration. But I really like the festive colors on this that I had to put it on.
19. Black lace and old jewelry are perfect for a spooky candle holder.
Gives you an impression of a home being haunted doesn’t it? Hope the candles keep the room lit up.
20. Curl up on Halloween night with this haunted house quilt.
And it has orange and black funky patchwork for your desires. Love the haunted house on this, too.
21. If it’s haunted, then please help yourself.
I’m impressed by how skeletons can be so hospitable. Love how they used a picture frame for this, too.
22. Seems like someone got careless with taking out the garbage.
Yes, that’s supposed to be a dead body in a trash bag. No, it’s not real or else someone would be in trouble by this point. Please don’t let it be real.
23. Don’t look now but the roses are infested with spiders.
Now that’s got to freak some viewers out. Don’t worry, neither flowers nor spiders are real. They’re just the wonder of plastics and synthetic fibers.
24. Looks like the eyes have it for this monstrous wreath.
And it seems the eyes do, indeed. Love the black feathers on this, too. So clever.
25. With this wreath, encourage guests to enter if they dare.
Yes, it’s a wreath featuring a skull and bones. But it certainly looks quite scary if you ask me.
26. A light up figure in the front yard gives off a ghostly impression.
No, you didn’t see a ghost. That’s just someone’s Halloween decoration. Know the difference.
27. Make your home haunted with this Halloween wreath.
And yes, that does seem like a wreath you’d see on a haunted house. It looks quite tattered with skulls on it. Love it.
28. I’m sure these mummies can be very hospitable.
Not much you need to make either of these. As long as you keep them under wraps and their arms crossed, you’re good to go.
29. Seems like somebody’s peeking in the window.
No, Mr. Bones, that’s stalking. And I believe it’s a crime. These people boarded up their windows for a reason.
30. Nothing makes a great centerpiece like an old clown jack-o-lantern.
You might want to use a craft pumpkin before you proceed with this. Just so you know. But yes, it’s kind of creepy.
31. Who can ever resist a Halloween pumpkin full of kittens?
Even better they’re made from smaller pumpkins. You see, not all the Halloween decorations here have to be scary.
32. For your Halloween party, serve drinks to your guests with a head on a platter.
Now that’s a classy way to serve drinks on Halloween. Helps that it’s red wine to give the impression of blood.
33. Got old wine bottles? Make jack-o-lanterns out of them.
And you can make them any face you want. Not sure if they light up though. But I like them.
34. How about lending a hand with the lights?
You see how they have detached hands with the lights. Sure it’s creepy but it’s pure Halloween gold.
35. Seems like we might have a cold case on our hands.
And I don’t think I’m far off the mark. This guy seems dead and buried for awhile at this point.
36. Ever get the feeling that all eyes are on you?
To be fair, I put up an eyeball wreath last year. But this one is a different design and has bloodshot ones on as well.
37. This deco mesh tree is one for all to see on Halloween.
Since there’s all eyes on it. Also really like the colors, too. But it’s really in the eyes.
38. Some witches aren’t always careful with cauldrons in case you don’t know.
Seems like this witch fell in head first with her broomstick. Too bad her feet stick up like they do. But that’s what you get sometimes.
39. A witch should always stock with potion bottles.
These are great for cursing unruly trick or treators. Actually, they’re only good for decoration.
40. Well, this wreath seems to be webbed with spiders all over it.
Another wreath to freak out arachnaphobes. Too bad the purple spider hogs the web from the black ones.
41. Light up your living room this Halloween with this haunted candle display.
Don’t worry, the candles are fake and are available at a craft store. But you have to like how they’re covered in lace along with the skull center.
42. Welcome flying witches with this one-of-a-kind broom traffic cone.
Odd, I’d expect it to be orange so it could be easy to see. Anyway, I do like how it’s shaped like a witch hat and the broom on top.
43. Didn’t know skeletons could drink each other under the table.
So if a skeleton runs a tab on beer, who pays for it? And where does the booze go? These are serious questions, people!
44. Okay, might want to beware of the biohazard zombie.
Don’t want to know what’s on him. And I really don’t want to be near him. Great way to keep people off your lawn.
45. It helps you keep some specimens in jars around the house.
Please don’t say any of these animals and parts are real. And by the way, I bet the brain’s from Abby Normal.
46. Broom parking costs 5 cents, please.
Of course, you can store your brooms anywhere like in a closet. But be sure yours has your name on it.
47. Seems like Ignatius Simpson wants a bit of fresh air.
Or he just wants to peek into the outside world. I mean he might want to see how things changed since 1794.
48. Nothing is more welcoming for a haunted home than a wreath of silver skeletons.
Yes, that’s pretty freaky, all right. But I posted one with bones from last year. So to me, it’s rather tame.
49. This haunted house wreath really makes a scene.
The wreath is from yarn and the scene from felt. Not too scary, but fine for families with kids.
50. Apparently, some sicko must’ve attacked these two joggers not too long ago.
Actually, these are just really sick Halloween decorations of two hung corpses spilling their guts out. I know people might think it’s too much. But at least they’re not hanging to a tree by the neck.
51. This spider wreath at night comes all lit.
And yet another wreath to scare the bejesus out of arachnaphobes. Doesn’t hurt if the spiders are lighted up purple, too.
52. Wine bottles make great candle holders and potion bottles.
I guess potion bottles aren’t that hard to do. After you paint them, just stick a candle in and you’re done.
53. Who says a witch always has to have a wicker broom?
This one is a black deco mesh. It’s not great for flying or cleaning. But it makes a great prop and decoration.
54. A witch’s hat can always have fancy feathers to match.
Seems like something you’d see from a Dr. Seuss story. But it has such a whimsy quality to it.
55. Have a lot of cheese cloths lying around? Trying making a ghost.
Yes, that certainly looks like a ghost all right. Wonder if it lights up at night. Or does it matter?
56. You can’t go wrong having spiders around the house.
Guess whoever owns this house isn’t afraid of spiders. Or heights, now that I think about it.
57. This witch hat can use a few spiders and skulls on it.
Now this is a kind of wreath a witch would want. Doesn’t hurt that it has some flowers.
58. Hope you’re not scared of this large spider wreath.
Though I suspect some of you will be. Still, I wonder if the eyes and mouth glow in the dark. Probably.
59. Sometimes it helps if you hang the hats from the ceiling.
Gives an impression of invisible witches in our midst. And it’s very simple to do.
60. Nothing makes a house more haunted than black lighted curtains.
Well, the lights are purple. But ti certainly gives a scary impression. Goes well with the lit spider wreath.
61. Hope these moon coffins don’t give you bumps in the night.
These are more like dioramas with haunted night scenes. But I really think they’re quite original.
62. Instead of carving a pumpkin, why not cover one in lace.
Might want to go with a craft pumpkin if you want it to last. But I really like the black ribbon and lace on this.
63. No one could hide from this pumpkin spider.
This consists of 3 pumpkins and 8 twigs for each leg. Oh, and eyes. Makes a great lawn decoration.
64. For neighborhoods with trick or treaters, this is the sign for you.
Helps it has footprints for ghosts and Frankenstein monsters. Adorable.
65. A black witch’s hat is always where it’s at.
This one has feathers, ribbons, and flowers on it. Great for any witch on the town.
66. This Halloween grace your front door with this wreath of black lace.
Said to be made from a pool noodle and a black lace stocking. Love the flower.
67. This deco mesh ghost is here to greet you.
Seems quite friendly compared to the other ghosts on here. Great for families with young children.
68. You can’t do wrong with a wreath sporting a shiny skull.
Well, this is quite snazzy. Like how they used black, white, and gray. Has a nice Halloween touch.
69. This flower pot witch really casts a spell.
Doesn’t hurt she has a flower pot hat to match. And that she’s near a pumpkin.
70. It’s always a time to be scary with this jack-o-lantern clock.
Just remember to make this from a craft pumpkin. And only use the bottom. Still, the smile is eerie.
71. Welcome to Miller’s Dead & Breakfast Inn.
You can check in but you can’t check out. Also, don’t mind the crows.
72. Guess someone is burying bones in the garden.
Yes, these Halloween decorations can be quite morbid. This is especially when you put a skeleton in a wheelbarrow with dirt. Still, it’s gravely clever.
73. Help! This mummy is dead and he can’t get up.
However, the fact he could get up is scary enough. Also, the fact he’s a mummy.
74. I don’t think having extra boards on that coffin does the trick.
Because the body’s still trying to get out. And I think they might need a better box.
75. A black streamer crow wreath is great for any front door.
Though you might have to worry about rain in some areas. Perhaps it’s best to keep it inside or on a wall.
76. Want to kill some sparkly vampires? Take a stake.
Because those kind of vampires make the Draculas out there look like wimps. Sorry, Twilight fans.
77. Unused wicked witch boots always gather weeds.
Except that these aren’t exactly weeds per se. But you get the idea.
78. Nothing makes a great Halloween wreath like a murder of crows.
Well, there’s only a few of them as far as I could tell. But they sure give a great Halloween touch.
79. Enchant Halloween trick or treaters with this skeleton candle column.
The candles may not light up. But the skeleton is a real scream.
80. This glass block jack-o-lantern can light up a room.
It may not be scary compared to some of the other decorations. But it’s worthy for this post and orange.
81. Something tells me this woman hasn’t really moved on.
Well, this is a tombstone decoration with candles. But still, this isn’t healthy relationship behavior.
82. Seems somebody has a haunted tree in their house.
No, I don’t think it’s like the ones at Middle Earth. But at least it can’t pick itself up and move.
83. Shiny purple ribbons and other decor are great for a black witch hat.
Also has some black feather trimmings. In all, I think it’s simply sensational.
84. Keep your living room a light with this jack-o-lantern lamp.
It’s just a lamp with a jack-o-lantern face. Nothing to see here because jack-o-lanterns aren’t really scary.
85. A black feather wreath can always do with a few Halloween touches.
Yes, I have quite a few feather wreaths on here. But each is decorated in its own way so to speak. Love this one.
86. Jack-o-lantern glass blocks can light in different colors.
Come in orange, purple, and pink. And with different faces for each. Clever.
87. Make your very own haunted neighborhood with some black and glow in the dark paint.
Sure these houses aren’t too fancy. But it kind of helps since it makes them easy to paint. Like the glowing tree.
88. Seems like someone has restless bones in the night.
And he doesn’t seem too happy either. Doesn’t help there’s light coming from his coffin.
89. A skull wreath always has to have roses and feathers.
Well, this is pretty morbid mostly because of the skulls. And the black stuff. Love the flowers.
90. Seems like we have a little ghost family on our hands.
Well, these are made from cheese cloth and don’t take a particular shape. the girl ones have bows though.
91. I bid you fair welcome to the Sleepy Hollow Bed and Breakfast.
The place for those who actually want to see the Headless Horseman. Just come and lay your head.
92. There’s no place like tomb sweet tomb.
Like “Home Sweet Home” except more morbid with tone. Anyway, like the frame.
93. Impress Halloween party guests with this jack-o-lantern arch.
Lights up at night, too. Still, hope you have a lot of craft pumpkins and carving time for this.
94. Nothing makes a better centerpiece for your Halloween table than this haunted candle display.
Yes, it’s another Halloween candle display. But this has feathers and pumpkins. Love the purple holders.
95. Hope you can lend a hand with these flower pots.
Okay, maybe not how this decoration implies. Still, if I found hands in pots like this, I’d kind of freak out.
96. Grace a buffet with this witch feet table runner.
Yes, it may be covered in cobwebs and have feet at the end. But I’m sure guest will love it.
97. The chandelier is covered in cobwebs again.
Actually that’s an umbrella frame with some lights and a rope holding it. It’s meant to resemble an old chandelier.
98. This raven chandelier shall leave your dining room nevermore.
Like how the birds seemed to build a nest and make themselves at home. This is brilliant.
99. This paper mache haunted house has a rather eerie presence.
After all, a witch currently occupies it. Love how it lights up with the roof and cobweb detail.
100. That head has been on a platter for far too long.
Guess the raven kept it in a cage for years. Not sure what it wants to do with it.
Very creative decorations! I like them!