Kid’s costumes? Check. Pumpkin’s carved? Check. What about Halloween door decorations? From easy-to-make mummies and monsters to simple-to-do spiders and bats we’ve stomped through the internet and unearthed a frightfully-fun cast of characters to adorn to your door this October. Scroll down for cool nine Halloween decorations you can easily pull off.
Spider Web Door
This spider web door is too cute to spook! Grab yarn, Styrofoam balls, pom poms, and pipe cleaners to make this large spindly web and multi-legged spiders. Crawl-over to Jane Can for the how-to spin-out this spider theme.
This shadowy silhouette is simple to draw-in little ghouls and goblins. To make, use black construction paper and double-stick tape. We’ve haunted-up the tutorial.
A cool classic monster with a fun twist, this Franken-door is friendly, not scary. All you need is a black vinyl table covering, paper plates, and tape. Jennae over at Green & Gorgeous digs-up the details here of this marvelous monster door.
Little ghosts will brave the walk to your front door when they see this welcoming mummy. A breeze to create with white streamers, black and yellow construction paper, and tape. Carol unravels the mummified secrets over at Always the Holidays, how-to here.
Glam Witch Door
Your little pretties will be bewitched by this frightfully fun witch. It will take a few more steps to create this craft. Fly-over to The Alison Show she’s brewed up the detailed directions.
Eyeball Door Wreath
All eyes are on the costumed guests! Add a little eerie to your door with this feather and eyeball wreath. Be warned, there are a few steps if you make it from scratch. Cast your eyes to the Crafty Sisters to get the know-how to bring it together.
Add a little creep factor with these magnificent-magnetic spiders (that you can move!). To make you’ll need plastic spider rings, magnetic sheets, and glue. Head over to Delia Creates for the tutorial.
You don’t have to live in the brooding mansion atop Spook Hill to sport a little haunted house style all your own. Welcome a monster into the home with this easy Halloween decor for kids: the transformation of an ordinary door into a ghoulish delight. To get the how-to, click here.
There’s something eerie about swirling crows (thank you, Alfred Hitchcock), and this DIY version of bird silhouettes is a breeze to re-create at home. Find a template online, use poster paper and cut away! If you want to know how to get the birds to hang around until Halloween night, you’ll find tips and tricks over at the Idle Wife.
Burlap Witch Wreath
This door decor is more whimsical than wicked and will cast a spell over all who dare enter. Best of all, making your own is easy with a little help from Reasons to Come Home. Wondering where you’ll find all the supplies? Craft creator Paige lets us in on her secret over at Reasons to Come Home.