The scariest day of the year is almost here! And with it comes tricks, treats, and the annual fancy dress party tour.
But if you’re reading this, you probably already have the 31st of October circled in your calender.
Plus you’ve no doubt made plans to deck out your front porch this year with some gruesomely good decor.
However, a trip to the local party supplies store can prove time consuming and expensive.
So why not skip over the shopping trip, and give your home a DIY makeover this spooky season.
Sound good? Then read on for 7 frighteningly awesome DIY party decorations you can make at home…
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7 Disgustingly Simple Halloween Trick-or-Treat Party Decorations
Hanging Foam Bats
These lightweight bats are cut from black craft foam, so they’re easy to string up around the house.
Each spooky looking bat is so quick and easy to make, even the kids can chip in to help.
Found at: HGTV
Ferrero Rocher Golden Snitches
Printable snitch wings and a tasty Ferrero Rocher are all you need to make this edible decoration.
This magical treat will thrill any Harry Potter fan.
Found at: Party Delights
Paper Pumpkin Favors
A twist of tissue paper, (plus some sweets and goodies), makes for a cute little treat.
Scatter pumpkin favors around your full-sized pumpkin lanterns for maximum effect.
Found at: One Little Project
Sketch a ghoulish face on some coffee filters or cupcake liners. And then drape them over an LED Tea Light.
Line your front porch with a few of these ghostly lights for a spooky invitation.
Found at: Facci Designs
Candy Bar Cover
Grab a piece of cardboard and cut-out these scary ghosts and hair-raising bats.
Super creative, yet super eerie fun!
Found at: The Crafty Blog Stalker
Rainbow Paper Tube Bats
Paste googly eyes onto paper tubes for an impressive Halloween decor addition.
You could also fill the tubes with candies and handily pass them out as party favors.
Found at: Hello Wonderful
Cookie dough lips with almond fangs… has anything ever sounded so delicious? I think not! 🙂
This simple 4-ingredient recipe makes a fangtastic party table decoration.
Found at: The Girl Who Ate Everything
What’s your favorite thing about Halloween?