Halloween Decorations | Spooky DIY Decor

Are you ready to dive into some Halloween DIY magic? October has arrived, and that means Halloween is right around the corner. We’ve got just the enchanting treats for you – three Halloween craft projects that will cast a spell on your family and friends. In this blog post, we’ll share these captivating projects and ignite your creativity for the spookiest time of the year.

DIY 1: Minnie Halloween Wreath


  • Wire pumpkin wreath
  • Orange decorative mesh
  • Orange glow-in-the-dark glitter tulle
  • Brown twine
  • Black creepy cloth cape terrifiante
  • Gold sparkle sticker pom poms
  • 2 small pumpkins with flowers
  • Minnie cut-out pumpkin stencil
  • Glue gun and glue sticks
  • Orange plastic table cover


  1. Begin by cutting the orange plastic table cover and black creepy cloth cape terrifiante to match the shape of the pumpkin wire wreath.
  2. Using a glue gun, carefully attach the orange plastic table cover to the back of the pumpkin wire wreath.
  3. Next, layer three sheets of orange glow-in-the-dark glitter tulle on top of the orange plastic.
  4. Follow with three layers of orange decorative mesh, securely gluing each layer in place.
  5. Incorporate the black creepy cloth cape terrifiante into the mix and secure all layers at the back, ensuring not to melt the plastic table cover is with the glue.
  6. Wrap twine rope around the stem of the pumpkin wire wreath.
  7. To create Minnie’s iconic “ears,” glue the small pumpkins to the top of the wire, positioning them like buns.
  8. Place the flowers you removed from the small pumpkins on either side, along with the gold sparkle pom poms.
  9. Repeat the previous step on the other side.
  10. Complete the look by adding the Minnie stencil in the center, then personalize your creation with a bow of your choice.

DIY 2: Spooky Glass Candle Holder


  • Small glass wrapped in black rope with plastic spider glued on
  • Halloween rub-on transfers
  • Tea light


  1. Enhance your small glass by adding Halloween-themed rub-on transfers. Apply spooky phrases like “BOO” and decorate with black stars and spiders.
  2. Press and rub the rub-on transfers onto the glass, ensuring they adhere entirely.
  3. After the transfers are in place, peel off any excess.
  4. Place a tea light inside for a bewitching, illuminated effect. It’s a simple and enjoyable project for the entire family!

DIY 3: Halloween Garland Wreath


  • Wire wreath
  • 2 Halloween garlands
  • Hot glue gun and glue sticks


  1. Get started by hot gluing the end of the first Halloween garland to the wire wreath.
  2. Carefully wrap the garland around the wreath, securing it with hot glue.
  3. Repeat the process with the second Halloween garland.
  4. Once the final piece is in place, hot glue it to the wire wreath, and your Halloween garland wreath is complete!
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Halloween DIY Spooky Decor

With these three exciting Halloween craft projects, you’ll have your home or office looking spooktacular quickly. Choose your favorite, get crafting, and tell us what you loved the most in the comments. Halloween is about unleashing your creativity, so enjoy the process and have a hauntingly good time this season. As you create these DIY Halloween decorations, you’ll set the stage for a memorable and “boo”-tiful celebration and infuse your space with the season’s spirit. Which one is your favorite of the three Halloween DIY crafts? Let us know in the comments! Happy Halloween crafting!

14 thoughts on “Halloween Decorations | Spooky DIY Decor”

  1. I love these great ideas. I get a lot of stuff from Dollar Tree to do many crafts too. I’m going to start working on doing more soon.

  2. These are all really lovely ideas for DIY Halloween crafts. I love the Halloween garland wreath. That is such a great idea. I had better go and find where we put the glue gun and get the other items in so we can make one. I’d also love to make a few of the glass holders so all my kids can have one.

  3. As a mom, I’m always on the lookout for creative and family-friendly projects, especially during the spooky season. Your detailed instructions and the variety of crafts you’ve provided are fantastic. I’m particularly excited about the Minnie Halloween wreath – it’s such a unique and charming idea.

  4. I love all of these ideas. I missed getting Halloween decorations this year from Dollar tree. I’ll have to find some next year. Love the Minnie wreath.

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