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17 Hacks For Your Best Halloween Yet

Halloween is just a little over two months away. For the serious Halloween decorators, there is no such thing as to early when it comes to planning your Halloween decor. These 17 brilliantly, creative Halloween ideas are sure to get the creative wheels turning to help you transform your home into a Halloween masterpiece.




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This pumpkin arch was made using inexpensive pumpkins, carving faces into them, and attaching them to a simple PVC arch. Don Morin



Recycle a cat litter container into an inexpensive DIY professional looking fog machine. Tee Diddly Dee


Use a pumpkin as a drink chiller. I've shared this tip before in my Fall Decorating post but I love it so much that I thought it was worth mentioning here too. Martha Stewart


Use food coloring to create spooky dishes like this Halloween spaghetti. The 36th Avenue


Toilet paper tubes and glow sticks create spooky glowing eyes in bushes and trees. Rust and Sunshine


Create realistic ghostly holograms using a digital decorations. Amazon




A drill combined with a hand mixer beater will have those pumpkins cleaned out in no time at all. A Wonderful Thought


Use inexpensive and light weight pipe insulation to create diy faux chains. Ribbons and Glue


Wrap someone in packing tape to create these eerie ghost forms and display them in your yard. no image source found but you can find instructions here and here.


Laundry baskets coated in black paint make great cages for halloween props. The Navage Patch


Use a drill to make unique pumpkin carvings. The Garden Glove



You can make your own cloche from a soda bottle to create a fun Halloween display. DIY Home Sweet Home


Create a spooky image in a mirror using an old picture. No Biggie


Make floating candles using cardboard rolls, hot glue, battery operated lights, and fishing line. no source found


Use dollar store skeletons to make a spooky boneyard candle. Oh My! Creative



Spraying liquid starch on cheese cloth will stiffen it to create fun floating ghosts. no source found


K-Cups make fun, inexpensive Halloween lights. The Kim Six Fix




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