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Today I’m going to show you some easy Halloween projects. These awesome Halloween decorations take just a little time and a little creativity and not a lot of money. This is a great way to use some basic craft supplies to make cheap Halloween decorations for your Halloween party. You can make these DIY projects using ordinary items you have on hand or find materials at your local dollar store, your local dollar tree, or the craft store.
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DIY Dollar Tree Halloween Decor instructions
For this first project, I am using a glass lampshade that I got at a garage sale. I got four of them super inexpensive. You could also pick them up at a thrift store.
Using a permanent marker I’m going to just draw two eyes and kind of color them in like so. What I’ve created is an easy ghost.
You can use a candle, glow sticks, a battery-operated LED, or tea lights, but what I’m going to do is place a solar light on the top and set this outside as ghost candles.
This next project is a super easy way to use plain glass jars to make potion bottles for this spooky season. You can use any bottle or recyclable jar that you want. This one happens to be grenadine syrup and it’s super old. I got it from my mother-in-law and she hasn’t used it in years. I don’t feel like we’re going to use it, but this red color makes it perfect to use as a potion jar. All I need to do is leave it like it is. If you don’t have grenadine you can just add water and food coloring to a container. You can make a green potion jar, a red potion jar, or anything you want. Maybe you want to add some plastic eyeballs or bugs in there as well. How simple is this?
If you want to you can leave it like this or you can take your lid and add some fun to it. You can also look for these Halloween transfers. I found these at the dollar store and they are like tattoos. You just cut them off and then use water to stick them on. With this being a dark color I’m not sure they’re really going to show up, but I have added them to colored water in the past and they work great.
Here’s another example of a bottle you could use for a potion jar or Halloween candles for a spooky Halloween centerpiece. This is just a grape juice bottle that I’ve removed the label from.
Again, add water and food coloring and you can add a candle to the top or tattoos to the bottle. Here’s just another example of a shape you could use, to have some fun with the potions. I just finished adding the tattoo to this bottle. I’m going to add some food coloring and then I’ll place it outside.
These are just giant googly eyes from Walmart. You can find them at the dollar store too. I’m going to add them to some bushes outside in our yard to create a creepy monster. This is a great example of dollar store decorations that you can use to make a big impact in just a little bit of time.
Toilet Paper Pumpkins
This is another fun project that can be used all fall, which I love and it’s such an easy project to store. I’ve just got some fabric and a toilet paper roll.
All I do is take the fabric and pull it up and stuff it in the hole. You can pull it as tight or as loose as you want. I’m going to work my way around the toilet paper roll and again, you can make it as tight as you like and layer it however you want. Tuck it in to make it smooth like so and this is our base.
I have taken a stick from outside and I place that in the middle, which makes my pumpkin. Then I just cut out a piece of felt and made a loop out of some pipe cleaner and to get this curly cue all you have to do is wrap it around a pencil and then I place that inside and now I have this fun easy pumpkin and it’s also a toilet paper holder if you want but when you’re done with the season you just take all this apart and it packs Away really nicely
Other Dollar Tree Halloween Decorations you buy include:
- candle holders
- a creepy cloth
- plastic skulls
- hang a witch hat
- use a mason jar as a luminary
- dollar store birds
- foam pumpkins
- plastic pumpkins
You can make some Dollar Tree Halloween crafts
- Make a DIY Halloween Skull Wreath
- Make a creepy raven wreath or other Halloween-themed wreath
- Make magnetic spiders by using mod podge and gluing plastic spiders to a magnet
- Use floral bowls to create creepy crystal balls
- Use a foam skull to make ghosts
- You can check out my easy Dollar Tree Halloween decor, and you might like my DIY dollar store hacks
I hope this inspires you to make some cheap DIY Halloween decorations for your home. I’d love it if you’d subscribe to my YouTube channel and my blog. Thanks for watching and I’ll see you in my next video don’t forget to like, share and subscribe.
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More DIY Dollar Tree Halloween Decor Ideas
This is a great way to decorate your front door for Halloween! I taped strips of toilet paper (or you could use crepe paper or fabric) to your door. I added a couple of eyes I found from the dollar store. You can find the full tutorial at Easy Halloween Yard Decor.
More dollar tree halloween crafts
How many days till Halloween? With a little dye and paint, I created a fun Halloween Countdown Calendar with items from Dollar Tree. You can find the full tutorial at How Many Days Till Halloween Easy Dollar Tree Craft
I was at the Dollar Store and saw a vase. I knew I could turn it into a glittery and glowing ghost with just a few supplies. You can find the full tutorial at Dollar Store Vase to Glittery Glowing Ghost
Customize your Dollar Tree glasses with a little paint! With a little creativity, this is an easy way to spice up a Halloween party or just supplement your fall decor. You can easily use stencils to help you if that makes you more comfortable with this project. I used both in this project and you can see the full tutorial at Painting Glasses With Glass Paint
I have been wanting some silver owls for my home, but some places sell them for a lot of money!!! I ran across these owl salt and pepper shakers at Dollar Tree (love that place) and knew with a little spray paint I could upcycle them to those expensive ones I wanted for a lot less money. You can find the full tutorial at Upcycled Dollar Store Owls
It’s my favorite time of year and I love creating decor for it. I had a bunch of kids and teenagers over for a Halloween get-together and we made spooky Halloween wreaths. It was easy, and inexpensive, and everyone had a great time pulling webs. You can find the full tutorial at Easy Halloween Wreath
Make A Mummy Jar – Using a recycled jar, 2 google eyes, and gauze to the jar, I was able to create a mummy for Halloween. Add a battery-operated tea light and he’s ready to glow. If you use a bigger jar or bowl this could easily be a fun Halloween candy jar.
Make A Trash Bag Cobweb – Fold some trash bags up and use scissors to cut them. They’ll hang on your windows with static cling.
All you need is one foam pumpkin and there are so many ways to have fun with it! This is an easy project and you can probably use craft supplies you have around the house. It is great for kids, girl’s night out, Halloween parties, party favors, etc. Could easily be amended for a simple fall or Thanksgiving decoration as well. To find these fun and easy tutorials hop on over to 3 Ways to Have Fun with a Dollar Tree pumpkin crafts
Make these super easy Halloween craft candles. It’s easy and inexpensive! Great for kids and adults, parties, party favors, etc. Make them and sell them to earn a little extra cash before the holidays. You could also try making ghost candles. Find the full tutorial at Easy pumpkin Candle craft
You’ll need a mug – can be a re-purposed mug or a new one from Dollar Tree, Walmart, etc. These cost $1 to make and they are great for classroom parties with kids, party favors, or make them and sell them! There are so many different ways you can decorate them. Find the full tutorial at Easy Pumpkin Mug Craft
Something we had done every year for fun, I decided to share it with the world. Fun for the whole family, have fun with some basic window clings. My kids LOVE this activity. Now that they’re older they giggle and laugh when we get them out and put them up at home. Find the full tutorial at Window Cling Pumpkin Crafts
This is a great example of re-purposing things you have around the house for fun Halloween projects. Change a simple bud vase into a pumpkin or ghost. An easy project for kids too! All you need is a little paint and some markers. This costs so little to make and everyone has so much fun with it. Find the full tutorial at Bud Vase Pumpkins
Make this super easy light-up ghost craft for Halloween. It’s easy and inexpensive! Great for kids and adults, parties, party favors, etc. You can find the full tutorial at Easy Halloween Light Up Ghost Craft! (2 Options)
Here are some easy Dollar Tree Halloween decorations you can make in addition to the above:
- Halloween Frames and add spooky pictures or old photographs that you print out.
- Make metallic Skull Door Knocker
- Use candle Holders and white candles around your home
- Use Dollar Tree Skeletons to create a skeleton garland
- Use plastic Skulls and a wreath form or foam wreath to make a skull wreath
- Black Bats – hang them around the house for creepy decor
- Make a spider vase by using a hot glue gun and add glue strings all around the vase.
- Add glow sticks to a plastic pumpkin for a light up walkway on Halloween night.
- Use black paint on a Christmas village ceramic house to make a haunted house.
- Add a creepy cloth over a lampshade
Learn more about “Creating Seasonal Decor for Your Home” to create seasonal decor that doesn’t cost an arm and a leg.