9 Quick Ways to Decorate for Halloween

by Citygirlmeetsfarmboy
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Have you not decorated for Halloween yet? Here are 10 quick and easy Halloween decorations for your home

Shelf Decor Halloween

Step One - Add Halloween Signs

Hanging simple signs that are lightweight is a great way to spice up your regular decor and decorate for Halloween

Halloween Sign

Step Two - Place Spiders Everywhere

Spiders are inexpensive and really attention grabbing. Add them everywhere! Even climbing out of your original decor…simple and effective.

Spider for Halloween decor

Step Three - Change to Fall Foliage

Swapping out greenery for fall foliage is another way to change original decor quickly. Mix up colors of black, red, orange, green and tan to make a beautiful statement.

Fall Foliage

Step Four - Pumpkins, Pumpkins, Pumpkins

Pumpkins are a staple for Halloween. Placing one on top of a tray in a bed of large leaves and a simple placemat is a great way to add some Fall to your home!


Step Five - Mirrors and Swag

Swag banners can be used in so many places. Try draping one across your mirrors and wall hangings. Add pins to the corners of your wall to hang the edges.

Entry way Halloween decor

Step Six - Drape that Gauze Cloth

Nothing shouts Halloween more that creepy gauze cloth draped over your decor. This material is inexpensive and comes in different colors. Go crazy with it!

Living Room Halloween Decor

Step Seven - Creepy Candlesticks

Most of us have candlesticks as decorations in our home. Consider changing out the normal candles for halloween ones are quick and easy. Don’t burn them so you can save to use year and year.

Mantel Halloween Decor

Step Eight - Vases, Vases, Vases

Grab those flower vases from around the house and add fall foliage to them. Cut stems from your yard and paint them or pick up some flowers from the craft store. Black, cream, orange and brown go so good together!

fall Mantel Decor

Step Nine - Add those Skeleton Skulls

These days you can find inexpensive skeleton skulls anywhere. Consider piling them in an old lantern draped with plastic chains. It looks so creepy!

Skull Lantern

Halloween decor does not have to be hard or expensive. Use what you have and just add touches of creepy to it. Wishing you the best holiday season!

Suggested materials:
  • Pumpkins   (Any store)
  • Spiders   (Halloween store)
Want more details about this and other design ideas? Check out my blog post!
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  • Tas83387998 Tas83387998 on Jul 14, 2023

    yes ,love how u decorate everything!! Definitely going to do some of the ideas considering my grandson is a Halloween baby !!!

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    • Kim Wyman Kim Wyman on Oct 05, 2023

      My grandson is a Halloween baby too!!!

  • Lilu Lilu on Oct 14, 2023

    My 90 year old mother is a Halloween baby as well. She was born just before midnight on All Hallowed Eve. She celebrate her birthday of Nov. 1st. LOL