20 Spooky & Festive DIY Halloween Decor Projects

20 DIY Halloween Project Ideas

Are you feeling a little crafty this year? Here are a few, fun ideas that you can try out to add a little spookiness to your Halloween decor.

1. Paper Candy Corn Pennants from One Creative Mommy
2. Fabric Scrap Wreath from Covered in Mod Podge
3. Spooky Tree from Mom Endeavors
4. Monster Door from Gliterful Felt Stories
5. Skull Plaque from Holly Jane
6. Halloween Candy Jars from SusieQTPie’s Cafe
7. Neon Dipped Paint Pumpkins from A Night Owl Blog
8. Halloween Memory Tree from Second Chance to Dream
9. Spooky Spiders from Recreate and Decorate
10. Autumn Wreath from Songbirds and Buttons
11. Front Door Mummy from Honey and Fitz
12. The Witch is In from CrazyLou
13. Front Door BOO Sign from The Pinning Mama
14. DIY Halloween Wreath from Farmer’s Wife Rambles
15. Halloween Dollar Store Vignette from Second Chance to Dream
16. Glittered Pumpkins from Chickabug
17. DIY Halloween Chalkboard Signs from A Night Owl Blog
18. Halloween Rag Wreath from Juggling Act Mama
19. Twilight-Inspired Halloween Display from A Night Owl Blog
20. DIY Spooky Straws from The Coupon Challenge

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  1. October 17, 2013 at 12:25 am — Reply

    Thanks for sharing my candy corn pennants. I love the ideas you chose!

  2. October 17, 2013 at 9:34 am — Reply

    Great round-up! Thanks for linking to the glittered pumpkin post on my blog! : )

    • October 17, 2013 at 1:32 pm — Reply

      Thanks so much, Heather! The pumpkin is just adorable!!

  3. ang
    March 10, 2014 at 2:33 pm — Reply

    Thanks for including my Halloween Rag Wreath 🙂