Best Halloween Door Decorations You Can DIY in No Time

Thursday Sep 30th, 2021


You don't need witchcraft to conjure up creative DIY Halloween decorations—nor do you have to shell out a ton of money for them! Here, we've rounded up the very best homemade Halloween door decorations that'll keep your front porch looking festive and fun, and maybe just a little bit frightening. We've spent more time than ever at home this year, and we are ready to pull out all the stops with Halloween door decor this year. Maybe your finally ready to have a big Halloween bash and can't wait to greet guests and trick-or-treaters with a totally decked outdoor. Trust us, it will still put you in a spooky frame of mind and ready to celebrate.

What's more, odds are your neighbors will end up putting up their own outdoor DIY decoration—and you're not one to turn down a little friendly competition, are you?


Corn Maze Inspired Décor

You've stocked up at the pumpkin patch, toured the corn maze, and gathered all the inspiration and materials you need to create this lush and multilayered door decoration. So nestle mums in apple baskets, create height with hay bales, frame the scene with corn stalks, and place a friendly scarecrow by the door to greet guests. Door decor win!


Candy Wreath

Sure, you may want to eat all the Halloween candy you can, but it makes for the perfect decoration too. Case in point? This very sweet wreath.

Make the Candy Wreath: Gather an assortment of old-fashioned candies in autumnal shades such as yellow, orange, and magenta. Wrap a 14-inch foam wreath form in white ribbon. Attach candy with hot-glue, layering and overlapping as you go. Finish with a yellow burlap bow.


Broomstick Door Decor

If you're planning on wearing a witch costume  this year, why not decorate your door with broomsticks? Matching your costume to your decorations is always a good idea.

Make the Broomstick Door: Drill a small hole in the handle of two large outdoor brooms. Hammer five small nails in front door. Hang two brooms, right sides up, through holes. Hang a third large broom and two small "witches brooms" by threading the bristles over the remaining three nails. Add black plastic Grecian urn planters and "Spirit Board" doormat


Mummy Halloween 

You'll be mummy of the year when you transform your front door into this watchful monster.


Glam Witch in Flight

Your entryway light will make this Halloween door decoration sparkle and shine thanks to the glittery materials used throughout.Skull Door Hanger. A set of dollar store skulls look creepy and chic with the right arrangement.


Witch Crash

This cute craft calls for a round plastic laundry basket as a base. Neon colored fabric for witch’s bloomers. Some black fabric for witch’s skirt. A pair of black and white striped tights and sheets of glitter foam for shoes.



Floating Witch Hat Luminaries

Light up the night with these magically spooky floating hats. Kids will love them!


Monster Door

More funny than frightening, this kooky monster door is perfect for families with youngsters.


Happy Halloween and door decorating!


Written by Chloe Gorman 


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