Looking for creative ways to decorate this Halloween but don’t want to break the bank? Check out these tips for Affordable Halloween Decor Ideas using things you probably already have on hand.
If you love to go all out and decorate for Holidays, it can get pretty expensive pretty quickly. If you’re looking to decorate your home this Halloween but don’t want to go broke doing it, check out these Affordable Halloween Decor ideas to Save Money.
Most of us have a box of old Halloween decorations we’ve packed away in the attic, basement, or garage. We don’t want to throw them away because that was money well spent but we don’t want to reuse them year after year because that gets boring.
Today I’m sharing tips on how to turn old items into new decorations to make the perfect Halloween decor for your home and outdoor space. So, before you throw anything away, check out these tips and see if any of those items can be repurposed.
The Halloween tea light holders: You can use the tea-light holders outside your home, to build a jack-o-lantern light or a haunted graveyard show. Alternatively, you can buy a bag of tea-light and use them for bright Halloween decorations at night. Candleholders can be used indoors for decoration. Some interesting ideas would be to scatter them in your Halloween village to make it look brightly lit up. You can also put them at the staircase with sugar pumpkins.
Halloween figurines and knick-knacks: Have a bunch of old Halloween figurines or kick-kacks? Build a spooky Halloween village using these items and decorate your kitchen counter or even a window seat. Old Halloween knick-knacks can also be used for centerpieces and table decor if you’re throwing a Halloween party. Place figurines on napkins, or use them to hold seating cards for guests. You can also bring figurines to your office if you wish to create a spooky Halloween space at work
Old Costumes: Have a collection of old Halloween costumes you don’t want to part with? Maybe they don’t fit anymore but they are still in good condition. Dress your dummies up in the old costumes and place them on your front porch or in your yard to guard your candy bowl. You can also place them at your trick or treat station for affordable Halloween decor for outside.
Old Halloween Cards: Have a bunch of old Halloween cards that you don’t want to throw away but you’re tired of them collecting dust? Create new cards with them. Cut out pictures from the cards and have your kids use them to create cards for their friends or even fun happen invitations. The cool thing about this is each card will be truly unique plus it’s a fun craft for kids.