Are you still looking for some DIY Budget Friendly Outdoor Halloween Decorations? If your answer is YES, you’re going to love this roundup we’ve made just for you! Halloween isn’t complete without making some spooky Halloween decorations.
Every year, we love to decorate our home with some Halloween props and scary outdoor decorations to add that extra special bit of fun for our trick-or-treaters. A lot of people think that making Halloween decorations will break the bank but you know what? We’re here to show you that you can save money and have fun!
DIY Budget Friendly Outdoor Halloween Decorations
Check out these amazing ideas! So many of them are made with dollar store supplies or even things you already have around the house. These are all really inexpensive but can add a huge impact to your Halloween decorating. Your house will be the talk of the neighborhood with these fun decorations!
These use cheesecloth and balloons to create some amazing hanging ghosts that move in the wind. You could use old sheets cut to size too!
AHHHH these are amazing! Wait til you see how simple they are to make!
Build some simple cardboard tombstones and turn your front yard into a spooky Halloween graveyard!
Grab some fake hands and skull from the dollar store, along with a five-gallon bucket, old sweatshirt, and a few other basic supplies and you can add Walking Dead touches to your Halloween decor!
Grab some yarn, a balloon, and some plastic spiders! It doesn’t take much to make these fun spider webs.
This is such a cute way to give out candy to all the trick-or-treaters!
You can find the supplies for this creepy spider egg sac at your local dollar store. Super cheap to make and really easy!
This is a great case of “use what you have”. Do you have any statues in your garden? Throw a sheet over them and turn them into Hallowee decor.
This would be a perfect addition to the graveyard and the zombie crafts above!
So inexpensive but such an effective way to cover a large section of the front of your home. These ghostly draperies will not only look creepy but they’ll feel creepy as the trick-or-treaters head to your door.
Such a quick and easy way to add Halloween character to your yard!
Use those cheap witch hats from the dollar store and light them up with battery tealights or glow sticks.
SUPER simple dollar store idea with a BIG impact!
I can’t decide which one of these is my favorite but the cages and these giant spiders sure are right up there at the top of the list. Do you decorate the outside of your house for different holidays?