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Halloween is just two weeks away, my friends. Is your home ready for trick-or-treaters and spooky festivities? If not, I have four quick and easy holiday crafts you can make in a snap.

Easy Halloween Decorating and Craft IdeasHow to Make Trash Bag Spider Webs

The best part about this Halloween craft is that it only requires three — count ‘em — THREE materials, and you definitely have them in your home. All you need are black plastic trash bags, scissors and clear plastic tape to create these dramatic spider webs.

Easy Halloween Decorating and Craft IdeasHow to Make a Halloween Chevron Wreath

Add a chic touch to your front door with an easy-to-make fabric-covered wreath. We went with classic orange-and-white and black-and-white chevron patterns, but you can choose any fabric you like to cover your wreath form. For seasonal appeal, use baker’s twine and cut-out bats to add a spooky embellishment.

Easy Halloween Decorating and Craft IdeasHow to Make Spooky Flying Bats

Using an online bat template, cut out approximately 50 paper bats (depending on the size of your space), and tape them to the wall in a flying flock. Eeek!

Easy Halloween Decorating and Craft IdeasHow to Make a Distressed Trick-or-Treat Sign

Using an old wooden board and pages from an old book, create a distressed trick-or-treat sign that’s perfect for a mantel or front porch display.

Looking for more spooktastic crafts and decorating ideas?

  • Check out the Halloween Countdown Calendar for 31 different crafts and recipes, one for each day of the month.
  • Head over to our Halloween guide, where you can find everything from crafts and decorations to pumpkin-carving templates and entertaining ideas.
  • Go to FrontDoor.com to browse Halloween Across the Country, a spooky tour of America’s most haunted homes and ghostly events.


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