Halloween is coming, and you have only a couple of bucks for decorating? No problem, there are dollar stores! There you can find a lot of things that can be turned into
This Halloween gumball machine is the perfect way to display candy and treats on your Halloween party table. It is easily made with some Dollar Store crafts and a terra cotta pot and saucer. Other than the painting, this project will only take you a few minutes to assemble.
DIY Halloween gumball machine (via
Simple Dollar Store pumpkins can be turned into a real Halloween miracle! You can create a gorgeous spider web pumpkin with gilding using variegated gilding sheets and some gilding glue – so easy and so beautiful! Surprise your guests with your Halloween decor making these pumpkins.
DIY gilded carved pumpkin for Halloween (via
This DIY candle holder is equal parts creepy and chic. Plus, it’s so easy to make! Terracotta saucers (you know, those things that go under to plant pots to hold water) are repurposed into the base and candle holder. A finishing touch of spray paint gives the whole thing a cohesive look.
DIY skull candle holder (via
A simple mummy door knocker from a dollar store can become a gorgeous framed mummy art! it will look creepy and is sure to frighten everyone, and you can add some snakes or spiders to make it look even scarier.
DIY framed mummy decoration (via
In the United States, or Halloween is what we call the holiday that falls on October 31 and is historically associated with the celebration of All Saints and all Souls days. In Mexico this celebration is called the “Dia de los Muertos” or Day of the Dead. Pumpkins (or Jack O’ Lanterns) are probably the most notable symbol of the US holiday, while in Mexico Dia de Muertos is tightly associated with brightly decorated skulls and orange marigold flowers. Make one of them for your bold Halloween decor using some simple supplies and this tutorial.
DIY Day of the Dead skull (via
These candy corn candles are about as easy as it gets when it comes to Halloween crafting! All you need is to get some candles form a dollar store and then some spray paint to change them into candy corn ones.
DIY easy candy corn candles (via
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DIY Halloween BOO plaque (via
DIY Halloween wreath of a pool noodle (via
What a difference a little bit of paint makes! Little details like these fun drink markers can really amp up the impact of a party. Some haters might be all “this is just paint on some rings!”, but the ease of this project means that they’ll actually get done.
DIY spider ring drink marker (via
This chic black and white wreath for Halloween is an amazing idea to decorate your front door. Go to the dollar store to get some black and white supplies and find a cute little black owl, it will be the most eye-catchy piece in your wreath.
DIY owl wreath for Halloween (via