My Halloween Decor!

If you follow me on social media you know that I am OBSESSED with Halloween! I love all things spooky, dark and mysterious. So I thought that I would share how I decorate for my favorite holiday.


For the outside of my house I wanted to go with a ghost/ghoul theme. These ghosts include a stake and are super easy to assemble. They also have an option to be hung which would work well if you have a ton of trees.

These are originally $12 but on their site they have them for $4.50!

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To add a little spook to my front porch I hung these faceless reapers with fishing line. They also have a flying dementor vibe for my fellow Pot Heads!

They are originally $10 but are on sale for $3!

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This year I went all out with my front door decor but it is really easy to achieve. I bought the deep red mums from Trader Joe’s; these flowers are hardy and do just fine with the cooler fall temps.

I bought all of my pumpkins from my local pumpkin patch but I know that Trader Joe’s have these varieties as well. You’ll want to layer your pumpkins so pick different shapes and sizes.

I tucked my pumpkins in with these white lanterns from Ikea, I used fake candles that are on a timer so they come on every night.

This cute rug is from Target and it was only $13! Such a deal!


I love these chic pumpkins from Target. They add a bit of glam/ rock n roll to your Halloween decor.

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These go for $9 for both sizes

For my guest bathroom I picked up this palm reader sign, I love the chalk board feel of it!

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It was originally $15 but now is on sale for $4.50!

Shop these Halloween Vibes!

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Dark cloth from Target, spiders, grey skulls and crows.

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Dark cloth, spooky trees, DIY bottles

*I wasn’t able to find the spooky trees online but I found these goth succulents which would also work well for a table this size*

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Dark Cloth, small skulls, matte skulls, black and gold pumpkins

*Sigh, I wasn’t able to find the pumpkins online, here is another option*


This year I wanted to tackle some Halloween DIY projects. These bottles are pretty simple to achieve and add a little something extra to any Halloween decor. See how to achieve them here

I hope I’ve inspired some ideas for next years decor! Happy Haunting