Easy and Fun DIY Halloween Bathroom Decor on a Budget

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Are you looking for DIY Halloween bathroom decor? I create a few fun things with some supplies from Dollar Tree.

When making your DIY Halloween decorations don’t forget to make some spooky decorations for the bathroom. I will be sharing some simple bathroom decorations you can make for your Halloween celebrations. Most of these projects can be done with craft supplies you likely have around the house. These simple decorations will add Halloween fun to your bathroom for your Halloween parties or haunted house.

Are you looking for DIY Halloween bathroom decor? I create a few fun things with some supplies from Dollar Tree.

DIY Halloween Bathroom Decor Materials

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For this first simple project, you're going to need some small bulbs, a skeleton, cotton balls, and a cauldron. All of these items can be found at your local dollar tree or craft store.

DIY Halloween Bathroom Decor instructions

Skeleton in a bath

For this first simple project, you’re going to need some small bulbs, a skeleton, cotton balls, and a cauldron. All of these items can be found at your local dollar tree or craft store.

1. Place skeleton and cotton balls in a cauldron.

1. Place skeleton and cotton balls in a cauldron.

I’m going to start by placing the skeleton in the cauldron, and you can move him around

Next, I’m going to fill the cauldron. You could use plastic bags or fiberfill, but I’m going to use cotton balls. I want to get them nice and spaced out. You can put as few or as many as you want.

2. Add Halloween bulbs and ping pong balls.

2. Add Halloween bulbs and ping pong balls.

Next, I want to throw in a few ping pong balls or to take it to the next level you could use plastic eyeballs or balls with googly eyes.

I will take the bulbs with the eyeballs and place them in here as well, and what I've created is a bubble bath for the skeleton.

I will take the bulbs with the eyeballs and place them in here as well, and what I’ve created is a bubble bath for the skeleton.

For this next DIY project I'm using some green soap.

buggy soap dispenser

For this next DIY project I’m using some green soap.

1. Remove all of the labels from the soap dispenser.

1. Remove all of the labels from the soap dispenser.

The first thing that I want to do is remove the label from both sides. You can easily do this just by peeling it off. Sometimes it comes off easily and sometimes it’s a bit more difficult. You may be left with a sticky residue that can easily be removed with a little coconut oil or goo gone.

2. Add spiders or bugs to the soap

2. Add spiders or bugs to the soap

Now that both sides are clean, I’m going to lift the top off. I will be using creepy plastic spiders, but you could use bugs or anything you want. I will put them inside my soap and now we have a spooky soap holder for our home.

This will be great fun for your guests at your next Halloween party.

This will be great fun for your guests at your next Halloween party.

Bleeding Candles

For our next simple DIY project I will be using a battery-operated tea light. I just need to pull the tab out at the bottom. Using a crayon is a great way to get the look of a dripping candle. I will take a crayon, and using a lighter I will melt the crayon, taking care not to hit the candle and burn it. If you keep tapping the crayon along the edge it will create drips as it melts.

Once you have the look you want, let it dry completely.

1. Print an image of creatures.

Apothecary Candle Holders

1. Print an image of creatures.

Here is another great addition to your Halloween bathroom decorations. For this project, I’m using a bud vase bowl from the dollar store.

2. Cut the image out, add a piece of fishing line and attach it to the bud vase.

I cut out an image of a bat and attached a fishing line. I then taped it to the top so that the bat will hang inside of the bowl. You could also try this with a giant spider, cute little ghosts, black cats, or any spooky Halloween creature.

3. Place a battery-operated light on a pillar candle holder, and place the bud vase upside down on the pillar candle holder

3. Place a battery-operated light on a pillar candle holder, and place the bud vase upside down on the pillar candle holder

Next, I have some candle holders that I found at the thrift store. I will be using a battery-operated, color-changing, led light placing it on top here and then placing the bowl on top of the candle holder.

Are you looking for DIY Halloween bathroom decor?  I create a few fun things with some supplies from Dollar Tree.

Now let’s get decorating.

Are you looking for DIY Halloween bathroom decor?  I create a few fun things with some supplies from Dollar Tree.

Let’s go check out the spooky bathroom!

Other ideas you could include to make a spooky bathroom include:

  • Halloween shower curtain
  • Painted mason jars and add glow sticks
  • Spider webs
  • Fake blood and make your bathroom look like a crime scene
  • String lights
  • Paper bats
  • Real pumpkins
  • Black candles
  • A Halloween wreath
  • A picture of a creepy little girl
  • Fake black spiders

I hope this inspires you to create some spooky bathroom decor of your own for the Halloween season. With just a little creativity you can come up with a multitude of Halloween decor ideas. I’d love it if you’d subscribe to my youtube channel and my blog

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