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Halloween Decorations Ideas – Homemade Halloween Decorations

Tuesday, October 26th, 2010

Money may be tight this time of year, but you can still have a great Halloween. It’s easy to decorate on a budget when you know how to do it.

Start by searching your house and yards for various odds and ends, like scraps of fabric, old clothing, yarn, and cardboard.

Stuff your old clothes with newspaper and use the scraps of fabric to make a life size scarecrow or monster. Old masks can be used to create a face, or carve a pumpkin to create the head.

Cut up your smaller pieces of cardboard to create bats and ghosts. Use markers or paint to add color and hang them with fishing wire, dental floss, or string.

Cardboard can also be used to make tombstones for your front yard or windows. Simply cut out the shape you want and paint it gray. Once it’s dry write R.I.P. on the tombstones, along with spooky names and sayings.

Yarn can easily be used to make giant spider webs for your windows or front porch. If you have it, crepe paper works well too.

Jazz up your front doorway for the trick-or-treaters even more with a black light instead of your normal porch light, and a tape or CD of scary noises like witches laughing and doors creaking.


If you’re not the most creative or artistic person in the world, many stores drastically discount their decorations the week before Halloween. You can often find cheap Halloween decorations at stores like CVS, RiteAid, Big Lots, and even the Dollar Tree.

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