Halloween is only three days away, so we’ve put together a list of some of our favourite last minute DIY decorations to get your home prepared in time for your trick or treaters. All of these ideas are quick and easy to put together so you don’t have to spend too much time worrying about getting prepared.
All you need is a pack of black card and some blu-tack and you’re ready for a great halloween feature wall for your living room or entrance hall.
Homemade Witches Broomsticks
If you’ve got a few dry sticks and some long grass or thin twigs around your area, you can try making these cute witches broomsticks.
Bleeding DIY Halloween Candles
Light up the room with your own homemade bleeding halloween candles.
Jack Skellington Door
Make a statement on your front door, especially if it is white, with this Jack Skellington door. There’s even a free printable to guide you through it.
Floating Pumpkin Lanterns
Paper lanterns made the perfect base for floating pumpkins. These are also great for hanging in trees as outdoor lighting.
Mason Jar Jack-O-Lanterns
If you’ve got some mason jars lying around, why not turn them into decorative jack-o-lantern lighting for your mantle or window sill?
Candy Glove Treats
Pass out your treats in a creative way with these DIY halloween candy glove treats.
Corner Ceiling Spiders
These creepy additions to the corners of your home are a great hit with the kids, and they’ll have fun helping you make them.
Perfect for a metal shed or garage door, these magnetic spiders are quick to make and super cheap to buy the materials for.
Grab Some Halloween Stickers
Stickers can be a really effective way to add some character to your home last minute, and they can usually be found at your local dollar store.
Easy Yarn Webs
If you’ve got a bit of patience to learn, these great yarn webs really fill up a wall well and they cost next to nothing to make. Complete them with a large spider from your local toy or dollar store.
If you’ve got a bit more time on your hands, you might want to try your hand at carving a pumpkin. Get it right the first time with this easy guide – How To Carve A Pumpkin And Get It Right The First Time.
Do you have any last minute DIY halloween decorations to share? Let us know in the comments section below, we’d love to hear from you!
My name is Michael Klements and I started this blog in 2016 to share my DIY journey with you. I love fixing, renovating and building – I’m always looking for new projects and exciting DIY ideas. If you do too, grab a cup of coffee and settle in, I’m happy to have you here.