Whether you are decorating your house for a Halloween party or just looking for a way to dress up your door for trick-or-treaters, you don’t need to spend a lot of money or time on decorations. Pinterest is a fabulous way to discover easy DIY decorations for Halloween.
Front door mummy
Halloween decorations don’t have to be elaborate or expensive to be totally cool. With some white crepe paper, you can turn your front door into a fun mummy. We have seen this front door mummy pinned dozens of times on Pinterest. Go to the original source and get a step-by-step tutorial from Dina at Honey & Fitz on how to make your front door festive for Halloween.
Wreaths aren’t just for Christmas. You can create a beautiful wreath for any holiday. We adore this pumpkin wreath created by Sarah from Thrifty Decor Chick. Check out how she hangs the wreath on her patio, but it’s so beautiful it could go anywhere at your home — indoors and out.
Check out our gallery of wreaths and other fall door accents >>
Deck out your mantel this Halloween with everything from pumpkins and gourds to spooky spider webs and scary ghosts. We love the spectacular Halloween mantel put together by Michelle at Something Sweet Designs. This amazing mantel is perfect for All Hallow’s Eve.
Spooky door decor
You don’t need much to decorate your front door for Halloween. With paper plates, crepe paper and a few other items that you probably already have around the house, you can let a fun monster or silly spider take over your front door. Check out these door decorations and other Halloween fun from Amy at Living Locurto.
Candy corn centerpiece
Colorful Halloween candy can become a key element in your decor for your Halloween party. Set up a candy station with different types of candy in clear jars or vases. Another idea that we spotted on Pinterest is to use candy corn, vases and branches to create a spooktacular centerpiece. Check out the details on this Halloween centerpiece and other decorations from Wants & Wishes.
Spend a few minutes… make that hours… browsing Pinterest for other great Halloween decoration ideas. You’ll be surprised to find that some of the coolest decorations are the easiest to make.