8 Ways to Make Household Items Into Halloween Decorations

We adore Halloween and always want to go all out, but we also know how expensive those spooky decorations can get.

Problem solved with these easy tutorials using everyday household items! 💀

1. Toilet Paper Roll Bats

Craft a few googly-eyed bats using toilet paper roles and THIS tutorial.

Toilet paper roll bat

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2. Halloween Welcome Frame

If you have any large picture frames lying around, make one into THIS cobwebbed welcome frame. Yarn and cotton can be wrapped around to make it look like a truly menacing spider web.

Halloween welcome frame

(via DIY Network)

 

3. Milk Jug Ghost Lanterns

Old milk jugs usually just get recycled, but come Halloween season make them into THESE ghostly porch lights.

Milk jug ghost lanterns

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4. Witch Leg Chandelier

All you need for THIS fun DIY are a pair of striped stockings, a pair of high heels and an umbrella. Nothing screams Halloween more than a pair of legs dangling from the ceiling. 👀

Witch leg chandelier

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5. Faux Dripping Candles

Hot glue is a DIY staple, but THESE faux dripping candles don't use it the way you think.

Faux drip candles

(via DIY Network)

 

6. Effortlessly Eerie Living Room

THIS effortlessly eerie living room only requires you to drape white bed sheets over your furniture for a ruined haunted house vibe. Pair your faux dripping candles with this ensemble to complete the look.

Effortlessly eerie living room

(via Country Living)

 

7. Yarn Pumpkins

THESE yarn pumpkins are more subtle, but will look adorable out on the front porch.

Yarn pumpkins

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8. Specimen Jars

Creep your friends out with THESE creatures in a jar. Food coloring, mason jars and toy animals make for simple but frightening table decorations.

Specimen jars

(via DIY Network)

 

All these decorations are perfect for throwing the ultimate Halloween party. Peep our DIY guide to doing so HERE.