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Halloween Haunted House Ideas

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Trick out your porch or create a haunted house for Halloween with witches, bats, spiders, and more with these DIY decoration ideas. All it takes is rope, shelf liner, cardboard, and our downloadable patterns to create these creepy decorations and props.


Scary Skull Border

Need a quick way to add a little fun and fright to your home's exterior? Try this easy-to-make skull border.

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Spooky Bats and Frosted Windows

Give your home's exterior a creepy makeover just in time for Halloween with spooky bats and frosted glass windows.

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Creepy-Crawly Spider Web

Welcome Halloween guests with a spider web that's sure to add a little fright to your front door.

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Cardboard Crossbones

Add Halloween fun to your porch by lining the railings with cardboard crossbones.

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Halloween Tattered Curtains

Give any porch a spooky makeover with tattered curtains. Halloween visitors beware!

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Scary DIY Halloween Window Screen

Scary screens crawling with eerie bats and trees give porches spooky style.

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DIY Haunted House Mirror

This easy-to-make funhouse mirror guarantees double takes at any Halloween party.

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DIY Hanging Halloween Ghost

The gauzy fabric of this ghostly figure will put family and friends in a Halloween mood.

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Giant Halloween Spiderwebs

This easy spiderweb Halloween decoration adds a spooky hint of fun to any home. Make the giant bug-catcher using friction tape and a stapler.

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Halloween Graveyard Gate

A rickety graveyard gate sets the stage for mayhem and mischief. The more dilapidated, the better - making it the perfect project for beginner woodworkers.

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