During October, it’s not unusual for people to make their homes into a haunted house. Fortunately, plenty of retail stores have been willing to oblige since September. There’s even a store called Spirit Halloween, which is having its biggest season right now. After all, Halloween is a major cash cow holiday since it has so many fans. After all, unlike a lot of big holidays,you don’t have any obligation to spend Halloween with your family. Unless your children require adult supervision. Anyway, while most people prefer to buy their Halloween decorations, others may make their own. So for your reading pleasure, I give you another assortment of spooky Halloween crafts. Enjoy.
- Doilies are great for spider webs.
They’re stretched on rings and have plastic spiders on them. Not sure if you can use them for coasters.
2. You’ll find a lot of cobwebs on this frame.
Well, this frame also has large plastic spiders on, too. Great for freaking out the arachnophobe in your life.
3. Your spider wreath can use a little bling.
It’s mostly covered in buttons. Recommended to hang on any front door of a haunted house.
4. A blinged skull is essential for any haunted home.
Though I wouldn’t recommend reciting Shakespeare with this one. Alas, poor Yorick, I knew him well….”
5. Don’t mind the mummy at the front door.
It comes well wrapped. Then again, considering the cobwebs, you’d almost think it’s a cocoon.
6. This bony wreath can really use a hand.
Just make sure none of these skeleton hands came from a graveyard. Still, love how they spray painted them silver.
7. Care to light that bloody candle?
I’m sure the melted parts are painted red. Still, they kind of seem rather bloody disgusting.
8. She shows too much in that dress.
Because you can clearly see her bones. Not to mention, she has an unusually long tail.
9. You don’t want to drink anything from these bottles.
All of these potions are made from the finest ingredients from Chernobyl. Don’t ask how they got them.
10. These wooden blocks are all ghostly.
Well, they’re painted white with ghost faces on them. Great for a mantle or patio.
11. Hope you enjoy this spooky Halloween lantern.
Has an owl at the top with some other sparkly decor. While a ghost sits inside.
12. I believe the house is “Witch Way.”
Will you find witches inside? Or just people giving candy to kids? Only enter if you dare.
13. A porcelain jack-o’-lantern can always use a stand.
This one has the pumpkin on a wreath of fall foliage. Makes a great centerpiece.
14. A bauble and feather wreath will certainly make your Halloween a festive occasion.
Even includes shiny jack-o’-lanterns. Just hang it on a wall or doorway with cautions. Because baubles are very delicate things.
15. That Halloween table can really use a spider web.
This is made out of black tinsel garland you can get at a party store. Great for any Halloween party.
16. You’ll get a good scare out of this sign.
Says “Spooky.” The O’s have googly eyes along with a skull and crossed bones.
17. Even the trees can be quite monstrous.
This is just a small tree with multiple eyes. And they can see everywhere.
18. Cousin Itt has come over to join us.
I’m sure this is just a figure with straw on it used for decoration. Still, Cousin Itt isn’t exactly hard to do.
19. Black roses often have eyes.
This flower wreath is spray-painted black with eyeballs. Should you see this, enter if you dare.
20. This wreath is infested with spiders.
Actually, it’s covered with plastic silver spiders. While a large one is on the bottom.
21. A feather wreath can use a few skulls.
These skulls are in black, orange, green, and purple. Great for any haunted front door.
22. Seems like nobody touched these potion jars in a long time.
Yet, despite the spiders and cobwebs, you see something glowing inside them. Someone might want to clean house once in awhile.
23. Perhaps you might find a wooden Frankenstein quite spooky.
Well, it consists of 2 blocks and says “Spooky.” Sure it may not scare, but it’s adorable nonetheless.
24. You have to be crazy to come here.
After all the signs warn “Dead End,” “Haunted,” and “Turn Back.” Covered in cobwebs with a crow on top.
25. Don’t let your trick-or-treaters go out without these bags.
They’re treat bags with jack-o’-lanterns on them. One is scary black. The other is a chilly white.
26. You won’t have bad luck with this black cat wreath.
It’s fuzzy with whiskers and a nose. But at least it’s not as scary as the Cats trailer.
27. This sign will leave you screaming.
It’s just a large, striped, panel that says, “EEK!” In purple letters with orange dots. Or are those lights?
28. Beware of what you drink from these bottles.
They’re bottles spray-painted black and have labels on them. Good for display purposes only.
29. Hope you don’t piss off the owls.
Well, these owls are made out of wood. But the branches are quite eerie.
30. Guess the witch can’t get out of the ceiling.
Well, it’s an umbrella with legs. And she wore a green tulle slip, too.
31. Wonder what orange substance is in this jar.
Seems like the jar’s painted. Yet, the cameo is of a skeleton lady.
32. Perhaps you might like a green skull with glowing eyes.
It’s a green skull with eyes that light up. Perfect for any Halloween table on a dark and stormy night.
33. A jeweled witch’s hat can be quite magical.
It’s a green skull with eyes that light up. Perfect for any Halloween table on a dark and stormy night.
34. These ghosts travel all in a line.
They basically consist of white sheets, string, and a stick. But if you make one, be sure to make a lot of them.
35. There will be all eyes on this wreath.
And yes, we’re talking that eyes are literally on this wreath. Also, lights up at night.
36. Hope these wooden ghosts don’t scare you.
Actually they seem rather friendly. But then again, they might just be putting it on to lure you into their clutches.
37. Black cat lights make any room creepy.
These lights have black cats on them. So it seems like they’re eerily looking at you.
38. Paper mache can make monstrous creatures sitting around.
Consists of a hooded figure and a witch. These light up, by the way.
39. Zoltar will tell you your fortune.
Because Zoltar knows all. Even though his box is made out of cardboard.
40. Don’t let your kids near this demonic pumpkin.
Yes, the pumpkin looks as if it’s eating a trick-or-treater. Feel free to call his parents that he won’t be coming home tonight or ever.
41. All the most fashionable witches don some spider jewelry.
Includes a silver spider ring and a spider charm bracelet. Bracelet even includes a skeleton key.
42. Are those brains hanging from the ceiling?
Well, they’re lit up so they’re not real. But you don’t want to be in the same room with them.
43. That witch better watch where she’s flying.
Yep, she flew right into the wall on her broomstick. Sometimes those covens can get pretty wild.
44. Perhaps you might fancy a decoupage witch’s hat.
I don’t think it’s meant for wearing though. Still, has a cobweb on the brim.
45. These candy trees are infested.
You don’t see as many candy decor on Halloween as you do on Christmas. Save the case for candy corn but that’s just sugar wax not fit for human consumption.
46. Hope these glowing hands don’t snatch you during the night.
Not sure what these are supposed to be made of. Butt seeing floating and glowing hands around will scare the crap out of me.
47. Perhaps anyone into vintage stuff might appreciate this scary wreath.
This looks like it’s in tatters. Then again, being Halloween, that’s kind of the point.
48. How about a witch’s hat on a hat box?
So did the witch’s hat came from the hat box? If not, then what’s in it? Please don’t let it be like in Seven.
49. Don’t drink from a bottle under wraps.
Because the wine could be poisoned for all I know. Might contain a tablespoon of arsenic, a teaspoon of strychnine, and just a pinch of cyanide.
50. A steampunk pumpkin can use a few nuts and bolts.
After all, steampunk is all about the 19th century mecha gear. Though I doubt people at the time would do their pumpkins this way.
51. You can make frightful candle holders with wine glasses.
Consists of a vampire, Frankenstein’s monster, a witch, a pumpkin, and mummy. And yes, they all sparkle.
52. Perhaps a simple paper wreath will do this Halloween.
This looks like it was made as a large, black origami flower. Perfect for any haunted front door this Halloween.
53. This witch looks rather potted today.
That’s because she’s made out of flower pots of different sizes. Comes with a broomstick and black cat, too.
54. Don’t look now. But I think there’s a mummy at your door.
This door is wrapped except with the big eyes popping out. Probably meant for a school.
55. There’s something witchy about this glass block light.
Mostly because it’s a witch block light. Has a felt hat and scarf along with a wooden green nose.
56. Care to fly on a sparkly broom?
The handles are wrapped with ribbons. The broom fringes contains glitter. Available in orange and purple.
57. Don’t go near the zombie in the corner.
And yes, it looks incredibly realistic. Even has bones sticking out. But keep away if you dare.
58. Even the trees outside have faces.
Yes, those are masks on trees. And yes, it’s creepy as hell. Stay away from the house nearby.
59. Wonder what kind of web this spider spins.
It’s a yarn wreath with black flowers. The spider’s made out of yarn, too.
60. You’ll find silver skulls on this feather wreath.
You’ll see cobwebs on there as well. Looks like it came straight out of the attics after gathering dust for decades.
61. A black garland makes a fine addition for any haunted home.
Comes with lights to glow in the night. Also includes black leaves and cobwebs.
62. This guy’s torch comes solar powered.
I’m sure this little guy’s light is scarier at night. But at least his methods are sustainable.
63. Sometimes a wine bottle is all you need.
This person took a green one and made a witch out of it. And they only had to paint the top green for the hat.
64. Nobody can resist a witch in a candy dress.
She’s even green with red hair. Though she’s more cute than scary.
65. Want some spiders on your china?
Well, the spiders are painted on the plates. Guaranteed to scare guests when hung on the wall.
66. Seems like we have a few monsters lurking in the bushes.
Then again, maybe the bushes have eyes. Or someone just stuck eyes on them.
67. This house really has a severe rat problem.
Okay, they’re just rat silhouettes. So don’t call the exterminator just yet.
68. Milk bottle candle holders should always come a bit bloody.
Man, the red paint looks like it’s oozing from the top. Perfect for any Halloween party.
69. Don’t like wreaths? Hang up a tombstone.
They even have twisted weeds growing on it. Perfect for any Halloween front door.
70. Something’s creaking out of that coffin.
I don’t think that chain’s going to cut it. He could burst out at any moment.
71. Keep your things close this Halloween with a pumpkin purse.
Consists of a plastic pumpkin with a sparkly handle. Decorated with a jingly cat mask.
72. Keep your things safe in this blinged out coffin box.
Has jewels deck the top. Small enough for a table. Great for hamster funerals.
73. Sometimes a simple metal cauldron is all you need.
Wonder if they use cauldrons like this at Hogwarts. There’s even a fake fire underneath.
74. Impress your Halloween party guests this year with a mounted Cthulu.
Brag how you vanquished the Lovecraftian monster into the depths of oblivion. Of course, they’ll think you’re talking shit, which you are.
75. I’m sure you don’t want to be caged alongside a rat.
Well, they’re skeletons in cages. The skeleton rat even has cheese to eat.
76. You’ll find a few birds on this bonsai tree.
This even has orange woven baskets on the branches. Also decorated in cobwebs.
77. Make sure to give your haunted home a spooky entrance.
The front entrance has toilet paper like mummy wraps. Also give a spooky touch with chains and lanterns.
78. These candles have melted significantly.
Okay, the candles are fake. And so are the flames. So they’re perfectly safe.
79. There are snakes slithering on the black dowels.
Or are those candlesticks? Either way, the snakes are plastic.
80. A tree is composed of many pumpkins.
The tree is painted on the pumpkins. And they’re held on by a bookshelf.
81. Count down to Halloween with this panel.
This was obviously erected in September. Since it says “32 days until trick or treating.”
82. Wonder what’s in this big creepy book.
It’s actually a box. And yes, it has a spider’s web on top. So you can hide your bloody knife in it.
83. A wicked candle holder can use some black lace.
Since it really brings out a haunted house look. Don’t forget to include spiders.
84. You’ll find plenty of little bats on this striped wreath.
It’s a cloth wreath of white and orange stripes. And it’s hung by a black and white striped strip.
85. Snowmen are for Christmas. Pumpkin men are for Halloween.
This jack-o’-lantern even has a hat and fall scarf. But, hey, at least he’s not carved out at the head.
86. Put your kids and pets’ silhouettes on these white pumpkins.
Includes one of a boy, a girl, and a dog. Each is surrounded by a black lace frame.
87. A witch’s hat can use some more flair.
They’re on stands with black tulle and flowers. But they’re not meant for wearing. So they’re just decorative.
88. Someone’s pet is all bone and crazy red eyes.
Is this supposed to be a dog? Then again, you can’t tell by just the skeleton. Unless you’re a zoologist.
89. If you need some grease, this happy jack is all you need.
It’s just an oil can with a jack-o’-lantern. But I don’t think it contains real oil.
90. How about a hay ride in your haunted home?
This is a little scene with gourds and little hay bales. Even has a little black cat.
91. You’ll find plenty of crows on this centerpiece.
They’re on top of a glass and black flowers. There’s even a haunted house inside.
92. Stash your poisons in this potion box.
It’s just a craft box. Though I love how they painted it.
93. That witch should watch out for that Halloween tree.
Well, she went in head first. Though the tree is quite dazzling.
94. You’ll find the snakes under the rug.
Relax, they’re just plastic. But tell that to Dr. Henry “Indiana” Jones Jr.
95. Care to use a potion tray?
What’s in these bottles almost seems all too real. Yet, please don’t eat any of the contents.
96. This gate must be a prime crow hangout spot.
Okay, these are fake. But it certainly gives you a chill up your spine.
97. A candy corn bouquet might suit your tastes.
Includes 2 crows. While most of the foliage looks quite dead.
98. Perhaps a haunted birdcage for your raven will be to your liking.
This one is made out of metal and includes lights. Also, the bird is fake. Not sure if it says, “Nevermore.”
99. These skeletons can really use a hand.
They don’t seem to have the proper equipment to climb the roof. So they help each other to varying degrees of success.
100. This witchy wreath should have some flowers.
Includes witch boots and hat. Not to mention, might contain a pumpkin or two.