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Halloween Decorations

Decorating your house to reflect the Halloween spirit is just as fun as Trick or Treating. Make your house enticing and draw the neighborhood’s witches, warlocks and ghouls out for an evening they are not likely to forget!

Forget about the store-bought décor or the expensive boutique pieces that will be stashed away in boxes once Halloween is over. We at TrickorTreat me are all about the creative solutions that won’t break the bank. Let your inner child go wild and turn your favorite piece of scissors into your best pal for the holiday – you can do wonders with only as much of a garbage bag, some old newspapers, a permanent marker and a colorful string.


Submit your own Halloween Decoration Ideas
  • Ghost Bottles

    Ghost Bottles

    Impress your friends with these ghastly simple glass bottle ghost Halloween decorations!
  • Ghostly Door

    Ghostly Door

    Make a ghoulish first impression with this five-minute Halloween door. First, tape paper streamers to the front door, overlapping the strips to give a wrapped look. Then, cut sheets of black and white construction paper into circles to make eyes. Place th
  • Easy Jack 'o' Lanterns

    Easy Jack 'o' Lanterns

    Love a Jack 'o' Lantern but cant commit to all that pumpkin carving? We have the quick and easy solution. For cheap jack-o-lantern decorations that will last past Halloween, cover clean, empty jars with orange construction paper or tissue paper. Add feat
  • Ghostly Glow

    Ghostly Glow

    Here is a super cheap and cheerful decorating idea: Draw spooky faces on empty, clean gallon milk jugs, then fill with white holiday lights to decorate your porch or walkway with a ghostly Halloween glow.
  • Easy as Bats

    Easy as Bats

    Kids can help turn egg cartons into bat decorations; just cut, paint, and add googly eyes. Make cute, cheap Halloween ghosts by painting leaves white, then drawing a spooky face with a marker.
  • Garbage Bag Cobwebs

    Garbage Bag Cobwebs

    These super cheap and easy garbage bag cobwebs will set off your Halloween theme perfectly. To make these, lay a trash bag out flat. Trim off the side and bottom seams so you're left with two big rectangles of plastic. Cut each piece into an approximate
  • Spooky Hand Soap

    Spooky Hand Soap

    Spooky Hand Soap Make washing your hands a scary affair. Simply add Halloween items to your favorite clear hand soap — we suggest small pumpkin, bats, eyeballs, or spiders — and stir with skewers.
  • Ghostly Garland

    Ghostly Garland

    It doesn't get much easier than this to create a spooky decoration for inside or out. The best part is you can substitute materials for whatever is lying around the house. Simply cut out cheesecloth fabric squares. Roll newspaper balls up to create the he
  • Simple Graves

    Simple Graves

    These mulch and garden stake graves are super easy, super quick, and can be used in the garden after Halloween!
  • Garbage bag ghost face

    Garbage bag ghost face

    Create this ghostly face out of garbage bags
  • Peta Morris aka The Kid Creative

    Peta Morris aka The Kid Creative

    A witches cafe
  • Peta Morris aka The Kid Creative

    Peta Morris aka The Kid Creative

    Scary eyes for trees
  • Spooky place

    Spooky place

    Skeleton photo taking area Witches window silhouette
  • Giant Eyeball

    Giant Eyeball

    Create this giant eyeball with an exercise ball and acrylic paints