Cast a sinister glow over any setting with a cluster of white tapers dripping with "blood" (actually red candle wax). Fill a cup or a small pail with sand, and plant white candles inside so they stand upright. Light a red candle and tip it over the white candles so the wax drips down the tops and sides, being careful not to burn yourself. Let wax cool completely before removing candles from sand.

The grimmer, the better! Nothing screams "Halloween" quite like scary creatures dangling from tree limbs and rafters, or animated Halloween decor poised to startle trick-or-treaters and party guests. Strategically placed, motion sensor animated props can quickly an ordinary haunted house or graveyard scene into something truly extraordinary, worthy of comments, admiration, and imitation. 


Get into the Halloween holiday spirit with this Get into the Halloween holiday spirit with this spooky candy bowl. This rascally scarecrow with a pumpkin head holds up a sign with the classic in. trick or treat in rhyme. This bowl is perfect for containing candy to hand out to the annual trick or treaters. Jack the Scary ...  More + Product Details Close


We don’t want to be biased. Well, we do sometimes, and we are. But we think that out of all the holidays, decorating for Halloween is the most fun! You can get as weird, funny, or spooky as you want. If you need a jumping off point for ideas, you’re in the right place. With our plans and products, you’ll feel excited to set the scene both inside and outside of your house.
Is there any better way to set a spooky scene than by using a totally awesome fog machine? Create the eerie fog of your dreams with one of our fog machines from Spirit Halloween! Brew some magic of your own when you have the fog coming out of a large witch's cauldron, or set the scene for any zombie-filled graveyard. Make the scene all the more realistic when you get one of our low-lying fog machines, which are easier to keep out of sight and make the foggy illusion even more convincing. Is that a fog machine, or are the ghosts of the forgotten truly rising from their graves? Only you will know for sure!

The level of detail in this zombie head is amazing. The paint job on it was terrible and minimal. However a touch of acrylic paint in the shadows and fully color in the details on the eyes/teeth and this thing looks incredible. Best zombie head I've come across. If you have any inclination towards an artistic touch up and you will end up with something impressive. (Pictures show before and after.)


We covered the exterior of your house a while back. It’s time to recognize one of the most important interior doors in your house, the bathroom door. Sooner or later, all the guests at your Halloween party are going to need to use the john. Might as well make that trip both thematic and hilarious. We all have gotten freaked out by the bathrooms in horror movies. It’s time to lighten up that impression with this embarrassed skeleton who just wants some private time, gosh-darn it! Simply stick this door cover on and your Halloween visitors will be delighted when they need to answer the call of nature.
Download this bat stencil, then trace the shape onto a piece of black craft paper and cut out the bat with scissors. Then, place the stencil back atop each critter you create and use a bone folder to make creases along the dotted lines on the stencil. Fold the creases opposite ways on each wing to make the wings 3D. Attach each bat to a long piece of string with tiny black clothespins.
Ring-a-ding-ding! You’ve got visitors. But here’s the thing, are they in the Halloween spirit? Make sure your guests are pumped for the spooky season by hanging this doorbell at your entry way. It’s easy to mount and easy to take down when you’re ready to turn from macabre season greetings. This eyeball doorbell is one way to get a visit off on the right start!

It's that time of year: Halloween decorations are going up all over the neighborhood, and no self-respecting homeowner wants to be outdone! Skeleton decorations are planted in garden plots, light-up zombie graveyard decorations are staked into the ground, and Halloween tombstone decorations are carefully arranged along walkways to greet the party guests.
Sure, not everyone enjoys dressing up in Halloween costumes...but decorating your home is a whole different story! There's just something about creating the perfect haunted home that makes your neighbors stop by and stare in awe, and the right Halloween decorations can transform your home into the spotlight of the neighborhood. So if you're looking to make your home absolutely haunting this Halloween, then Spirit is here to offer plenty of scary Halloween decoration ideas for 2019. Whether you want your haunted home to be frightfully fun for the whole family, or you want everyone to head for the door screaming, all of your Halloween decoration ideas can come true when you shop at Spirit Halloween!
You know I love a freebie, especially a WHOLE COLLECTION…. So I’ve also got your back with FREE Halloween Printables which are exclusive for Tip Junkie readers and have never been featured any where else, either!  {scroll down to download the free printable files}  Not only are they exclusive, they are in a color palatte that makes me almost giddy with excitment.  I haven’t seen it any where else for Halloween.  {squealing}
Cast a sinister glow over any setting with a cluster of white tapers dripping with "blood" (actually red candle wax). Fill a cup or a small pail with sand, and plant white candles inside so they stand upright. Light a red candle and tip it over the white candles so the wax drips down the tops and sides, being careful not to burn yourself. Let wax cool completely before removing candles from sand.
Do you remember what the best Halloween yard decorations in your neighborhood looked like when you were a kid? (Probably, cause these things make an impact on little children.) We are shuffling through a few memories of awesomely decorated houses in our home towns as we type this. While spooky music and web-covered trees are cool, nothing makes an oversized impression as well as inflatables do! This inflatable carriage brings to mind classic ghost stories told in front of a fireplace, making it the perfect mix of classic and creepy for your visiting trick-or-treaters.
Create this arm-bone frame to display our clip-art sea-life print or another suitably spooky work of art. To make your own, download an illustration of urchins and coral. Take the file to a copy center to have it printed full-size (24 by 36 inches). You can choose a print of your own in a similar size instead. Using spray adhesive, adhere the print to foam board. Since you will not need the shoulder blades, unscrew them from the arms. Determine placement of arm bones: Place them on foam board, so their elbows are at the corners and hands reach along the sides. Anchor one arm at a time to foam board: Using a tapestry needle threaded with monofilament, and starting on the back side, sew through the foam board, loop monofilament over a bone, then push the needle back through; knot. Repeat a few times in the same spot. Then repeat this stitching in several other spots along the arm.
Find anything and everything you need to transform your party space into a place of spine-tingling terror: all sorts of haunted house decor, and all kinds of truly horrifying props. There are so many ways you can spin your Halloween house — with just a few accessories, odds and ends, and seasonal supplies, your Gothic mansion can take on virtually any flavor or theme.
Is there any better way to set a spooky scene than by using a totally awesome fog machine? Create the eerie fog of your dreams with one of our fog machines from Spirit Halloween! Brew some magic of your own when you have the fog coming out of a large witch's cauldron, or set the scene for any zombie-filled graveyard. Make the scene all the more realistic when you get one of our low-lying fog machines, which are easier to keep out of sight and make the foggy illusion even more convincing. Is that a fog machine, or are the ghosts of the forgotten truly rising from their graves? Only you will know for sure!
The iconic striped socks in this decoration evoke memories of watching The Wizard of Oz with a bowlful of popcorn. Keep the memory of Dorothy and her band of misfit heroes alive with this colorful Halloween door hanger. To create a realistic look, you can stuff each sock with old newspaper, other socks or old T-shirts. Choose two different colors of tulle to create contrast and visual interest. Black and yellow works well, as does black and orange, or white and orange – dark colors provide greater contrast against the striped socks. Use a hot glue gun to hold each piece together.
It's that time of year: Halloween decorations are going up all over the neighborhood, and no self-respecting homeowner wants to be outdone! Skeleton decorations are planted in garden plots, light-up zombie graveyard decorations are staked into the ground, and Halloween tombstone decorations are carefully arranged along walkways to greet the party guests.
Halloween can be scary, sure. But the thing is, it can be really funny too! Our life-size posable skeletons are a great way to crack people up as they pass your home. These particular boneheads are having some good ol’ family fun with the help of our skeleton stands. Tailor this idea to whatever your family likes to do. These posable skeletons are always funnier in groups. Maybe arrange dad at the grill while pre-teen Tommy sits on the porch playing on his phone while making wise cracks about his teenage sister’s pale cranium. That may seem accurate yet difficult to represent but we believe in you.

A large wooden plank is usually an obstacle. However, not this Halloween. A DIY Halloween door decoration this is not. This is a porch decoration. Spray paint and stencils is one way to create this spooky welcome sign. Or the letters can be purchased from a woodworking shop or other area and simply nailed on in the right order. These Halloween house decorations are quite a pop from the traditional ones found in stores, and can be painted in colors to reflect the personality of the family. Who wouldn’t want that?

Using wood and spray paint, make teeth for your house. The teeth are free handed to create a menacing look. There are edges on the sides to hold the teeth up so that there is no need to use nails. Permanent markers are used to mark out the teeth on the wood before cutting them out. Spray paint in white, red, and black is used to create bloody gums and tips of the teeth and decaying teeth. The eyes are created with card board and permanent marker (in two shades of whatever color). Red is added and voila! Hang them up and your house is ready to eat anyone alive. Halloween front door decors have never been so creepy, or so versatile – this makes a great addition to any haunted house.

Make the Wreath: Cut 150 6-inch-long strips of 2-inch-wide black grosgrain ribbon. Fold the strips in half and attach them to a 16-inch foam wreath form with straight pins, layering them on top of each other to create a ruffle effect. Cut out a silhouette of a witch from black kraft paper. Attach it to the center of a 16-inch round clear piece of acrylic with double-sided tape. Hot-glue the edges of the acrylic round to the back of the wreath form. Finish with a bow with long tails.

Drum up excitement for the season when you dress up your house and yard! You didn’t think Halloween costumes were just for people, did you? Your house deserves a seasonal look as well. The ideas are endless. Dress up your home with anything from spiderwebs to graveyards scenes or skeletal sceneries. We’ve had a lot of time to think about making our neighborhoods more eerie during the holiday season. Scroll on through and get some ideas of your own! Don’t be afraid to get weird and silly. After all, this time comes but once a year!

From needing to find Halloween decor to having to make sure you have some scary awesome Halloween ideas, it can be difficult. However, having quality decorations – or scary Halloween decorations – can be a real scare of a treat to make. It’s no wonder that DIY has become the cool thing to do for decorations for Halloween. From front door jazz and funky garage door ideas, there are so many different things that can be created on a $100 budget. Some can be created for even less, making DIY Halloween decorations a much more attainable goal for this year than it may have been in years past.
However Halloween decorating doesn’t have to be so ominous.  Indoor/outdoor decorating is something the whole family can do together.  No matter how you decorate; whether it’s ghoulish and gruesome or more kid friendly with spooky skeletons and fun jack-o-lanterns, we have what you’re looking for.  In addition to carrying more Halloween costumes than anyone, we have one of the largest selections of Halloween decorations, props and accessories you’ll find anywhere online.  And if you want to learn more about the origins and history of Halloween props along with more details on the types of modern day props, check out our article on Everything You Wanted to Know About Halloween Props.
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