Easy And Affordable DIY Halloween Decorations

When you’re thinking about Halloween decorations, it’s not about having a ton of them; it’s about having decorations that look good, are easy to make, and don’t cost a fortune. With prices going up on almost everything these days, it’s essential to get the most value for your money. Repurposing wine bottles is one great example. So, let’s dive right in and start making these Halloween decorations that are both easy to create and budget-friendly.

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Create the Halloween mood

Imagine setting the Halloween mood the moment someone steps through your front door and says, “Hello.” You don’t have to go all out; just arrange some flowers and pumpkins to catch the eye.

And here’s a cool trick: if you use potted chrysanthemums, go ahead and replant them in your garden. This way, you’ll have Halloween in your garden next year too!

Growing chrysanthemums

When it comes to planting them, remember that chrysanthemums are perennial plants that thrive in full sun and well-drained soil.

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Re-purpose wine bottles for Halloween

You can give those dark wine bottles a new life as Halloween decorations. Another option is to spray them with matte black paint and let them dry. After that, it’s as simple as putting orange candles in each bottle opening. Isn’t that a clever idea for “Easy And Affordable DIY Halloween Decorations”?

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Keep the evil spirits away with garlic

There’s a belief that placing garlic at the front door can keep evil spirits away from your home. This myth alone can be a great inspiration to create a garlic wreath!

You can use fresh garlic cloves, tying them onto a wreath form. If you don’t have a wreath form, you can make one from styrofoam or cardboard. Start by hot gluing the background, which can be whatever you like, like in our photo, That said, moss and lichen work nicely too. Glue the garlic with its root side facing out onto the wreath. To hang it up, use a piece of string.

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Sweet surprise

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Imagine this scene: children happily picking candy from your front door! For this delightful wreath, all you have to do is swap out the garlic with individually wrapped candy. It’s colorful and will undoubtedly be a hit with all the little visitors.

So, there you have it, some Easy And Affordable DIY Halloween Decorations that are sure to add a touch of spookiness and fun to your home this Halloween. Whether you choose to make a garlic wreath to keep those evil spirits at bay or go for the candy wreath to delight the trick-or-treaters, these simple projects are a great way to get into the Halloween spirit. Get crafting and have a hauntingly good time this season!

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