Get into the Spooky Season Early With These Budget-Friendly Decor Ideas

Spooky Halloween decor
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Summer’s not far from being over and you know what that means? It’s time to start decorating for Halloween! Halloween is one of our favorite holidays to decorate for because the spookier the better! But decking out your home in Halloween decor doesn’t have to cost an arm and a leg, there are tons of budget-friendly decor hacks and all you need is a bit of creativity. Here are five ideas to get you started!

Creepy Photo Collage

Get your photos from past Halloweens and display them in a creepy collage for everyone to see. Get creative by using filters or converting them to black and white. Once you’ve chosen the photos, print them out at home and buy some cheap frames in tons of styles and sizes.

Spider Wall

Pretty much at any craft store you go to you’ll find spiders, so get them in a variety of sizes and put them all over the wall.

Halloween Wreath

Head to a craft store or dollar store and get supplies to make your own Halloween wreath. Look for themed bows, pumpkins, skulls, spiders, ghosts, and eyeballs to make it more festive.

DIY Jar Lights

Set the mood for Halloween parties or dinner by filling Mason jars with paper crinkles and string lights.

Spooky Signs

Spooky signs can be found at the dollar store and they look much more expensive than they are. Get a variety of them with black cats, witches, skulls, and seasonal sayings, and display them around your home.