Super Simple Ideas for Halloween Decor will show you different ways to decorate your home with cute holiday ideas that are easy on your budget.
Taking the time to celebrate the holidays and create happy memories is easy to do if you have the right inspiration.
You don’t have to be a Hollywood set designer to add a bit of holiday magic to your home, you just need a couple of fun ideas to get started.
Halloween first came to the United States in the 1840’s, according to Reuters.
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“But I love Halloween, and I love that feeling: the cold air, the spooky dangers lurking around the corner.”Evan Peters
Here are the Super Simple Ideas for Halloween Decor
1) Halloween Food Ideas
Who said Halloween decor can’t be edible? Delight your family with fun ideas to turn your dinner into laughter.
Look how simple it is to turn a plate of spaghetti into a meal that will have the kids telling all their friends.
Halloween wouldn’t be the same without a mummy or two hanging out, now would it?
Now if spiders are your thing, check out this creative pizza.
You could also make mini pizzas to satisfy your little goblins.
Adding eyes and fangs to sandwiches will create monsters everyone will want.
How about these spider deviled eggs marching their way onto your taste buds?
Speaking of spiders, how about adding webs to your bowls of soup?
2) Halloween themed desserts
Why limit our Halloween edible ideas to just dinner, when you can have a spooktacular desserts as well?
Sweet treats might be as simple as a pumpkin created from oranges and zucchini.
Or let your spoon take a stroll on the wild side by adding a graveyard wafer in your chocolate pudding and a sprig of mint for grass.
Homemade Halloween mummy macaroons are an adorable way to end your dinner.
3) Spooky origami bats
How about getting your whole family in on making origami bats you can hang throughout the home?
4. Halloween Decorated Front Porch
Make your front porch the gateway to all things fun. Add cornstalks, pumpkins and a fun scarecrow to make your entrance unforgettable.
Something as simple as adding silhouette mice to the steps to your home can add just the fun you need.
6) Halloween scary lighting
Look how adorable these mummy candles are? Wrap some gauze around glass votive holders and add some fun eyes and you’ve got amazing Halloween accents.
You should use battery-operated votives so your gauze doesn’t catch on fire.
6) Pumpkin People
We could all use a few more friends, right? Add a couple of pumpkin people to your bench and you’ll have a conversational piece that everyone will love.
Who says snowmen only have to be made of snow?
7) Twisted pumpkins
Why carve out traditional pumpkins when you can have a little bit of fun with them?
Here’s an interesting way to add a twist to a smiling pumpkin. Just add pumpkin seeds spilling out of the pumpkin for extra Halloween fun.
This one adds a surprising idea that is easy to duplicate. Just carve the mouth wide enough to add a mini pumpkin in between the teeth.
A trio of pumpkins look cute together, especially the one with “hair.”
How about a pirate cat pumpkin? All you need is a pumpkin, marker, and scarf to get this look.
What’s Halloween without at least one black cat? Add a painted cat to a pumpkin and you have the perfect pumpkin.
Here’s a simple idea that has a pretty big impact. Carve out a pumpkin and place a hand inside reaching out of the pumpkin.
Here’s a spider rat trap made out of a pumpkin.
Lining up your carved pumpkins on your front porch steps is a fun way to allow your Halloween decor ideas to provide a scary welcome.
8) Outdoor Halloween spiders
Now this is one scary display that will add fright to all that enter your home. It’s easy to do, and brings a whole new meaning to Halloween spider web decor.
9) Halloween outdoor decorations
Turning your trees into props makes your yard an extension of your Halloween decor and greets your neighbors and friends with frightful fun.
Now this one is a bit more scary. Decorating your trees is a great idea for outside Halloween decor.
10) Candy corn
Create your own art pieces using candy corn. Schedule a time with your family to create masterpieces using this candy that has been around for over a century.
You can either glue the candy corn on paper and display or just create designs on tabletops.
11) Create a graveyard with skeletons and ghosts
Adding a few headstones and skeletons to your front door will definitely add a spooky element to your yard. I love the skeleton with the frock.
Here’s just a plain skeleton without the gauze.
12) Halloween photo idea
Decorate your home during Halloween with previous photos of your past holidays. Take a variety of photos with different angles.
I love how simple, yet stunning this photo is.
13) Halloween bat bouquet
I love this idea because it’s so simple and yet it really grabs your attention.
Just grab a vase and add a few branches and arrange so they fan out in every direction. Cut out bats using freehand or a cookie cutter and add them to the tree. Viola!
14) Halloween place setting
Expand your ideas for Halloween decor to the table with a black cat and fall leaves.
Maybe spiders are more your look.
Adding a spider web to your table and using festive black and orange colors for your place settings is a perfect way to celebrate Halloween.
15) Mummy front door
Turning your front door into a mummy is a great way to add Halloween fun to your neighborhood. Make sure the eyes glow-in-the-dark for the biggest impact.
We’ve reached the end of Super Simple Ideas for Halloween Decor.
I hope you were inspired by some of these ideas.
What are your favorite ways to decorate for Halloween? Let me know in the comments below.