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Hey There Home makes this quirky little ‘Eek!’ sign that is easy to recreate and will add a perfect charm to your front door. Although, this could be used anywhere in the house!
Over at Country Living, you’ll find this eyeball wreath that will have all the kiddos giggling. This one will be fun and easy to put together too!
House Beautiful made a witch-inspired piece of door decor and it’s like a work of art. Recreate this scene for yourself over the weekend!
Turn your front door into a monster! Design the face with some help from the family and be extra festive this year! (via)
5. Oogie Boogie
Practically Functional used some inspiration from The Nightmare Before Christmas for this piece of door decor. Learn how to create vinyl decals right at home!
HGTV shows off this fun and easy way to decorate the front door. A bit of cobweb inspiration and ghostly spirits are found here.
A simple, personalized moon could work too. Check it out over at The 11 Best and start creating your own tonight!
8. Spider Web
Today’s Creative Life took a ceiling medallion and transformed it into something completely new! This spiderweb design is modern and perfect for welcoming in guests throughout the spooky season.
Gra yourself some ribbons and get started on this project from A Pop of Pretty tonight. This one is a bit more girlish and charming, so your little gals will love to help out!
The Lady Bird Blog made a chalkboard coffin that you can decorate any way you’d like. You can get really creative with this one!
Cherished Bliss made something with candy in mind! Which is perfect, since Hallowen is all about the goods you’ll get trick-or-treating!
12. Jack Skellington
If you’re a fan of Halloween, then you’re definitely a fan of Jack Skellington. Learn how to make this A Nightmare Before Christmas star the focus of your front door now! (via)
Whether bats or birds, you can too create this sweeping design outside your own home. Catch all the details at House Beautiful.
Country Living makes a subtle, mummy-inspired wreath that we’ve fallen in love with. It’s so simple and clever, it’ll be a décor hit in the house.
The 11 Best showed off this adorable ghost piece. It’s quite easy to recreate with a little imagination too!
17. Sugar Skull
Maybe you like to celebrate “The Day of the Dead” instead of “Halloween.” If so, you’ll definitely need this sugar skull project from The Crafted Sparrow.
The Rehomesteaders decorated this front door with a broom. Paying homage to the season with this subtle, witchy piece!
Good Housekeeping took some washi tape and did some damage with this one. Grab your extra scrapbooking supplies and get started!
Good Housekeeping also showed us how to make one of these light, ruffled wreaths. With some homage paid to the candy corn classic, it’s a pretty one!
And if you visit Good Housekeeping just one more time, you’ll find this cutie waiting for you to recreate. The entire family will surely get a kick out of it!
22. Googly Eyes
Here’s another one that includes some extra eyeballs. This too is easy to make and fits perfectly in with the spirit of Halloween. (via)
Woman’s Day shows off this mini pumpkin patch and we’re swooning. It’s quite a romantic, yet festive, way to decorate for Halloweentime.
House Beautiful gives us another great project for the season. But this time you’ll need some tulle to start it all!
25. Candy Corn
Country Living took some classic candy corn and made it the star of the show. It’s vibrant and it’s super easy to whip up.