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photo of a unicorn skeleton and halloween front door decor
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Halloween Door Decor: 3 Not So Spooky Front Door Decor Ideas

Front door decorations are always a good idea, and we made this not-so-spooky setting that you can easily recreate just in time for your next Halloween party!
Total Time1 hr
Course: How-To
Cuisine: Holidays
Keyword: ashley rose, costume ideas, decorated, diy, door decor, fall, front porch, front porch decor, halloween, halloween decor, halloween decorations, halloween door decor, spooky, sugar and cloth
Servings: 3 front door decor ideas
Cost: $150

Equipment

  • Command strips and hooks
  • Wire cutters

Instructions

Hanging Creepy Cloth

  • An easy way to hang Halloween door decor without damaging your property is to use heavy-duty, adhesive Command strips and hooks.
    For instance, we hung our creepy cloth around the front door by placing clear adhesive hooks on the windows all around the door. Then simply draped the cloth around the door from the hooks. 

Unicorn Skeleton

  • While I love it without any extra accouterments, I wanted to add a few faux flowers to tie in the front door colors. 
    To do this, simply cut a few stems of faux flowers with wire cutters and weave them throughout the skeleton.
    They should hold themselves in place by twisting two ends of stems together or by twisting a stem around one of the bones of the skeleton.
    I used a similar concept for making this spooky floral Halloween bar cart, and I love the way it turned out!

Hack for Adding Different Heights to Your Front Porch Decor & Pumpkins

  • When it comes to styling your front door, adding varying heights to your decor always helps make a big visual impact. 
    For instance, you’ll notice that the pumpkins I used are close in size but some look taller than others once I put them in a cluster on each side of the entryway.
    To create this look, I actually used cheap, $3 plastic party bowls to sit underneath the creepy cloth so that some of the pumpkins would be taller than others. 
    Since the bowls are plastic, they’re totally fine to serve as outside decorations without weathering. Simply turn the bowl upside down so that the flat bottom is facing up, sit your decor on top, and you’re all set!