30+ Best DIY Halloween Dollar Store Decoration Ideas

If you haven’t gotten your house ready for Halloween, have no fear, the dollar store is here. The dollar store is a great place to stock up on craft supplies for a low price. Plus, you can find tons of things there that make it a one stop shop just in time for Halloween.

Check out these amazing DIY Halloween dollar store decoration ideas that are sure to make you scream for joy.

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Skull Candle Holder

This skull candle holder looks pretty expensive, but it really only costs a few bucks to make.

Get the tutorial at Endlessly Inspired

Boneyard Lantern

You’re going to love displaying this boneyard lantern on your front porch. It’s so chic, you would’ve never guessed it was DIYed.

Get the tutorial at Oh My-Creative

DIY Skull Vase

Add florals to your Halloween party easily with a skull vase that’s so easy to make.

Get the tutorial at Persia Lou

Printed Halloween Candles

These printed Halloween candles take under 5 minutes to make and are oh so spooky.

Get the tutorial at Gina-Michele

Halloween Skull Wreath

For something on the spookier side, try this Halloween skull wreath out for size.

Get the tutorial at Tried and True Blog

Vase of Skulls

For a quick interior Halloween decorating hack, place skulls in a vase for a centerpiece that will be the talk of the town.

Get the tutorial at DIY Projects

Magnetic Spiders

These magnetic spiders are so cool, you’re going to want them up all year long.

Get the tutorial at Delia Creates

Trash Bag Spider Web

Cutting a spider web out of a trash bag has never been easier with this simple to follow tutorial.

Get the tutorial at Fast Forward Fun

Glowing Spider Egg Jar

How fun is this glowing spider egg jar? If you find it difficult to find jars at your local dollar store, stores like Goodwill and Salvation Army are a good place to start.

Get the tutorial at The Keeper of the Cheerios

Ghost Leaf Bags

Lawn feeling a little empty? Fill them up with these spooky ghost leaf bags.

Get the tutorial at Our-Everyday-Art

Eyeballs in a Tree

Ladder not included.

Get the tutorial at Princess and the Frog Blog

Floating Cheesecloth Ghost

If you have some spare cheesecloth hanging around the house, why not make this friendly floating cheesecloth ghost to welcome guests for Halloween?

Get the tutorial at One Good Thing by Jillee

DIY Ghost Candles

Markers and candles are all you need to complete this easy tutorial. Place them as a centerpiece or on your mantle for a sight to behold.

Get the tutorial at Thoughtfully Simple

Ghost Spirit Jugs

Light up the night with these ghost spirit jugs that are sure to amuse.

Get the tutorial at Eighteen 25

DIY Halloween Candy Jar

How stunning is this Halloween candy jar. And it’s all DIY!

Get the tutorial at A Pumpkin and a Princess

Concrete Plastic Pumpkin Bucket Planter

Turn a plastic pumpkin into a concrete planter to decorate the outskirts of your home.

Get the tutorial at Endlessly Inspired

Spider Pumpkin

This tutorial is so simple, you’re going to love assembling it (even if you aren’t a fan of spiders).

Get the tutorial at The Kim Six Fix

Dollar Store Pumpkin Topiary

Will you be participating in trick-or-treating this year? What better way to let your neighbors know than with this chic topiary made out of Halloween pumpkins.

Get the tutorial at The Kim Six Fix

Upcycled Dollar Tree Shabby Chic Pumpkin

Upcycle a regular pumpkin into country chic.

Get the tutorial at Living Chic Mom

DIY Framed Plastic Pumpkin

How cute is this plastic framed pumpkin? This is a super easy DIY you can make in under 10 minutes.

Get the tutorial at Creations by Kara

Easy Burlap Pumpkins

Burlap just screams fall. Make your own burlap pumpkins just in time for the holidays.

Get the tutorial at Confessions of a Plate Addict

Halloween Bandana Pumpkins

Can you believe these bandana pumpkins are sewn and not real pumpkins?

Get the tutorial at Sadie Seasongoods

DIY Crow Wreath

Give trick-or-treaters a fright when they approach your door with this haunting DIY crow wreath.

Get the tutorial at Celebrate and Decorate

Related: 20 Best Easy DIY Halloween Wreaths

Paper Bats

Everybody has some construction paper or cardstock lying around the house. Get the free template to cut out your family of bats here.

Get the tutorial at Made Everyday

DIY Crow Tree

Got 5 minutes? DIY this nifty crow tree in no time.

Get the tutorial at Katie Did It 1

Halloween Ribbon Wreath

Stock up on various Halloween colored ribbons and get to knotting!

Get the tutorial at Landeesee Landeedo

Creepy Eye Lights

These lights were drawn using Sharpies.

Get the tutorial at South North South

DIY Eyeball Lights

Same with these lights, you simply draw on the ping pong balls.

Get the tutorial at Landeesee Landeedo

Googly Eye Halloween Wreath

Labor intensive as this is, there’s no arguing it’s a pretty cool wreath.

Get the tutorial at Number-2-Pencil

Floating Witch Hat Luminaries

Amaze everyone in the neighborhood with these fantastic floating witch hat luminaries.

Get the tutorial at Polka Dot Chair

Easy Burlap Pumpkin Wreath Tutorial

If you’re door’s still looking rather bare, try this easy burlap pumpkin wreath tutorial to decorate your door.

Get the tutorial at Grillo-Designs

DIY Witch Brooms

These witches brooms are a quick pre-Halloween DIY. You can even make it the day of and get away with it!

Get the tutorial at Lainie1130

DIY Altered Halloween Books

These altered books are some of the coolest books I’ve ever seen.

Get the tutorial at Better After

Spray Painted Dollar Tree Pumpkins

Grab some plastic pumpkin buckets and spray paint them a metallic gold for a fancy Halloween.

Get the tutorial at Hip 2 Save


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