The sense of adventure will never leave us no matter how old we may get. One of the best adventures kids can ever have is Halloween—which is also the perfect excuse for the grown-ups to act child-like once more, if only for one night. But the true charm of Halloween is that all the stuff that should be scary to us just isn’t that scary, but in the contrary, fun and cool. Here are DIYs for Halloween that might curb your decorative rush.
Creepy Halloween Front Door Décor
Getting creeped out is one thing, actually checking if it’s a real kid is another.
DIY Skull Candle Holder
Three’s the charm, and black skulls just cannot fail to scare anyone.
Creepy Zombie in a Drum
This guy just got “wasted” in the worst possible way at the worst possible time.
Painfully stunning and elegantly bloody is so underrated these days.
Spooky DIY Pallet Halloween Fence
Makes you want to turn back the other way if only there weren’t any candies at the end.
Spider Light Centerpiece
Creepiness turning up in a new light of things that brings more creepiness.
Skull Tiki Torches
These guys nail the Halloween feels right by using their heads.
Spanish Moss Apothecary Jars
Staying under the ground just doesn’t fit in their job description.
Head In A Jar
When saying “head’s up” makes people want to scream and run away instead.
Floating Witch’s Hat Luminaries
Its hat’s off to trick or treaters if they manage to get in to these doorsteps.
Enchanting Halloween Lanterns
Switch on the lights if words aren’t enough to cast the enchantment that is Halloween.
Facing your fears just couldn’t get any scarier than this.
Ghoulish Halloween Bottle with Eye
Staring at people is rude, but staring with one eye just makes you want to look the other way.
Spooky Halloween Mantle Décor
When saying “boo!” actually means welcome to our spooky home.
DIY Halloween Decorations
Sharing a meal with that guy would be great, but keeping your sanity, I think, is the better option.
Severed Finger Decoration
When your parents tell you to keep your fingers to yourself, you should listen.
Sitting Ghost in the Porch
These two just love it when it’s Halloween and the weather is just fantastic.
Tombstone Lawn Decorations
If your name’s not in one of them, then you are one lucky trick or treater.
DIY Paper Lanterns for Halloween
After staring at it for a minute, the spookiness just fades into something cool.
Halloween Body Bag Décor
It as twisted and disgusting as it can get as long as it keeps people away.
DIY Cardboard Halloween Décor
Will you be brave enough to climb up and see where these hands are reaching out from?
DIY Scary Doll Head
Getting dolled up for Hallow’s eve is fine too.
Spooky Bat Lamp
Staying quiet for the next ten seconds is the actual challenge.
DIY Halloween Severed Head
If you start hearing things after one glance, start walking away.
DIY Bloody Handprint Window Print Clings
Handing out the scare factor this Halloween is bloody easy.
Easy Black and White Halloween Topiary
Smiles make a day so much better and brighter, especially if it’s Jack O’ Lantern smiling at you.
Creepy Burlap Mask
It probably works when you start to realize the mask is wearing you.
Selfies and groupies were so shocking back in the days.
Spooky Skeleton Hands
That’s one random way of waving hello to people.
Birds are his thing, but scaring humans just makes his job much enjoyable.
Mirrors don’t lie, right?
DIY Spooky Directional Sign
Somehow looking at it makes you want to stay put.
Insect Juice Hand Soap
It helps you keep your hands clean by making you not want to use it.
Halloween Garage Door Silhouette
The best hot pot dish in town.
The twisted sense of cuteness only Halloween can bring
Spooky Witch’s Potion
If you instantly ask how the room smells, then these jars have done their jobs well.