Are you having a Halloween party? Do you enjoy spooking your house out for Halloween? Either way, these cheap Halloween decorations will make your house BOO-tiful. Why break the bank for Halloween decorations when the best looking decorations are always DIY! Save your money!
Look beneath each picture for ways you can make these cheap Halloween decorations even cheaper!
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Found from Hunters of Happiness
Even cheaper: I am going to be honest with this first one. I am not sure if this can get any cheaper! My advice would be to use a coupon from a craft store to get a percentage off your total purchase. Place this on your front door or coat closet to welcome your guests.
Found from eHow
Even cheaper: Search around your house for the majority of these materials. We order a lot from Amazon so we have plenty of cardboard boxes. The only thing I do not have around my house is three cans of different colored spray paint to get the exact look in the pictures. I would order them on Amazon and you will get another cardboard box to make tombstones with.
Floating Witch’s Hat Luminaries
Found from Polka Dot Chair
Even cheaper: Looking at the materials needed for this cheap Halloween decoration, I can tell it can’t get much cheaper. The two most expensive materials are the witch’s hats and the LED lights. I would head to Goodwill quickly to pick up the witch’s hats and order the LED sticks on Amazon.
“BOO” Pumpkins on Candle Sticks
Found from DIY Showoff
Even cheaper: From the Dollar Store to your mantel, quick and cheap. These pumpkins were spray painted white and then Cricut letters for the “BOO”. I understand not everyone has a Cricut. You could also use large letter stickers to peel on. I own a Cricut and it definitely pays off if you hand make a lot of your own cards and decorations.
Halloween Stacked Pattern Pumpkins
Found from Grand in Road
Even cheaper: The link attached to the picture is definitely just to give you inspiration! Personally, we would never spend over $50 on a household decoration. To make this NOT cheap Halloween decoration cheap, you can easily paint three different Halloween patterns on three different size pumpkins from a discount store to stack.
“It would have to be a bomb a– decoration for even $50.” ~Kelan
Halloween Decorated Witches Broom
Found from May Arts
Even cheaper: The biggest expense for this cheap Halloween decoration is the straw brooms. I would start by hitting up thrift stores because straw brooms are definitely a thing of the past. I know our grandparents still use straw booms and maybe they have one they are willing to part with. If you can’t find any discounted or even free, go for a smaller size version broom.
Wicked Witch Legs Cheap Halloween Decoration
Found from Grillo Designs
Even cheaper: I love this Halloween decoration, however, there is a way to make it cheaper. I would try to mess around using pool noodles as the legs. You can reuse or re-purpose all other materials with old items in your closet.
Found from One Little Project
Even cheaper: This idea is gold! Well neon, but gold! This is such a savvy couple project; cheap and easy! We go and get pumpkins every year, but having the time to carve them falls to the wayside. All we have to do is print the faces and spray paint our pumpkins. The amount of time this project saved us from carving pumpkins was great. Don’t get me wrong we like getting our hands nasty with the guts of a pumpkin every now and then.
Trash Bag Spiderwebs
Found from Listotic
Even cheaper: Crazy story! When we bought our house back in 2013, I bought a box of black trash bags when I did my first grocery shopping trip. We do not have any leaves in our yard, so we have used the black bags sparingly. To this day, we still have more than a half of box of bags left. This project: FREE!
Cheap Halloween Decorated Pumpkins
Found from Saving by Design
Even cheaper: There are so many different ways to decorate pumpkins without carving them. Pick up or look for craft items that would work for decorating pumpkins like paint, puffy paint, tulle, ribbon, and fabric. My mom has a ton of Halloween fabric for projects she makes. You could easily find or buy discounted Halloween fabric and cut into strips.
Decorating for any holiday does not have to be expensive. Reuse and re-purpose items you find to make them even more unique. Focus on the color of the holiday and keep an eye out all year long for it. White is a color that is paired with almost every holiday. Use it as a cheap Halloween decoration filler or another holiday like Christmas, Valentine’s Day or Fourth of July. Happy decorating!
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