Keep costs down for fright night and decorate your home on a budget with these Dollar Store Halloween Decorations.
1. Spooky Toilet Paper
A clever way to decorate your toilet paper is to use napkins to wrap them up which will make your toilet look great for a party.
2. Skeleton Bath
$1 skelleton from dollar store, $1 tub/bucket from Target, $3 batting for stuffed animals,
3. Skeleton Pops
What a great way to display your trick or treat candy on a dollar store skull.
4. Floating Witches Hat Luminary
These spooky floting hats are simple to make with just a few supplies. A witches hat and a battery operated tea light.
5. Skeleton Trophies
These trophies will come in handy for favors or prizes for costumes. Make them from dollar store skeletons, wood plaques, spray paint, glue, and sections of toilet paper rolls as the sashes.
Instructions Skeleton Trophies
6. Halloween Wreath
Don’t go with an ordinary wreath when you can make your own square one. Upcycle an old frame and some dollar store decorations to recreate this idea.
7. Skull Towers
These towers will look great placed strategically around the house.
8. Pumpkin Decoration
For a great door decoration, cut foam pumpkins in half.
9. Halloween Footprint Plates
This dollar store craft is perfect for Baby’s first Halloween and will look great to offer your candy on fright night.
10. Skull Vase
Use a skull as a vase to pop some nice flowers in to keep the place smelling fresh on the night.
11. Solar Skull
Use a dollar store skull, solar light and a dowel spray painted black a place along your walkway to light the way for eager trick or treaters.
12. Pool Noodle Witch
Looks like this witch has fallen off her broom! To make this you’ll need a cauldron, knee socks , pool noodles, a broom and shoes. Pop some rocks in the bottom to stabilize.
13. Tomato Cage Ghost
A tomato cage turned upside down with Christmas lights and a sheet makes this spooktacular ghost!
Instructions Tomato Cage Ghost
14. Giant Spider
Legs made out of PVC and spray foam. Body made from balloons covered in paper mache. Then 8 cans of spray paint and battery operated lights from the dollar store.