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Be inspired by these unique Halloween decorating ideas that you can DIY on any budget.

From whimsical pumpkins to monster mouth garage doors, you’ll find everything you need to complete your halloween home decor this year.

DIY Halloween Decor Ideas

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1. Glam Pumpkin

Instantly glam up your pumpkins this year with a spooktacular message crafted with rhinestones. | via  A Pumpkin and a Princess


3. Googly Eye Door

Attach a couple of googly eyes to your front door for a perfectly spooky last minute Halloween decor. | via Craftaholics Anonymous


3. Wicked Witch Sign

Warn your visitors of the wicked witch that lives at home with her crew of monsters with a hand painted front porch sign. | via Boston Interiors

Related: 17 Stunning DIY Front Porch Decor Ideas for Fall


4.  Framed Spider Webs

Frame a couple of dollies to create unique wall art to complement your Halloween decor. | via Woman’s Day


5. Giant Eyeballs

Create these monstrous eyeballs for your front yard by painting a set of various sized rubber sport balls. | via DIY Network


6. Halloween Face Pillows

Create a set of fun set of pillows featuring the ghoulish faces of Halloween. | via Eighteen 25

7. Poison & Potions Bottles

Paint an old stash of wine bottles black and add a vintage label to create a witchy display of poison and potions Halloween. | via HGTV

8. Halloween Travel Sign

Create a yard sign to help wandering travelers to find their way to Hogwarts, Halloweentown and other spooktacular places. | via Birds and Soap


9. Witch Hat Luminaries

Hang a set of witch hats on your front porch that light up during the night. | via Polka Dot Chair


10. Candy Pumpkin Wall Art

Display a cheerful pumpkin with a mouthful of treats in your home or on your front door for guests. | via Cherished Bliss


11. Trick or Treat

Create a playful front porch display with a set of ghosts and a spider web design on the ground. | via Pocketful of Sawdust


12. Halloween Tree

Decorated trees are not only for Christmas they can be used for other holidays such as Halloween, too. | via Lil Luna


13. Bucket Zombies

If you’re a huge fan of zombies then you love this easy to make prop for Halloween. All you need is a bucket, old hoodie and a zombie mask for this ghoulish creation. | via Dapper Cadaver


14. Halloween Taxidermy

Paint a couple of creatures in metallic colors to create wall decor that’s stunningly spooky. | via Kit Kraft


15. Eyeball Wreath

Create a monstrous front door wreath using cheap and affordable items found at any craft store. | via DIY Network


16. Climbing Skeletons

Attach a few skeletons to the outside of your home for a spooky display perfect for Halloween. | via Instructables


17. Spooky Plate Collage

Create a beautiful wall collage featuring a set of mismatched Halloween themed plates. | via Tater Tots and Jello


18. Cheesecloth Ghosts

Ghosts made with cheesecloth and wire can be a spooky decor piece for inside the home or outside in the yard. | via Love and Laundry


19. Spooky Eyes

Cut up tissue paper rolls and insert a glow stick to create watchful eyes in the bushes surrounding your home. | via Frugal Upstate


20. Witch Legs

via Woman’s Day

21. Black Pumpkins

Paint your pumpkins black before carving to create a scary collection of grinning faces on Halloween night. | via BHG


22. Giant Spiders

via Cute DIY Projects

23. Pun Pumpkins

via Studio DIY

24. Specimen Jars

Plastic insects and animals can be added to clear jars filled with slime or colored water for a creepy specimen display. | via The Sits Girls


25. Monster Garage

Turn your garage into a larger than life monster with a set of eyes and teeth. | via Elaborate Eyes


26. Skeleton Flamingos

Upgrade a set of yard flamingos into spooky skeleton birds with just a touch of spray paint and tape. | via A Beautiful Mess


27. Mice

Create mice cut outs then apply to your stairs for a simple, yet eerie Halloween entrance. | via Dixie Delights Online


28. Ouija Serving Tray

Transform a thrift store tray into a creepy Ouija board inspired serving tray for Halloween treats and drinks. | via Bits of Bri