50 Dollar Store Halloween Crafts

Are you tired of Halloween decorations bought by stores? Always see the typical witch hat or pumpkin scattered on everyone’s front door, or common decorations on the coffee table? So this year you have to go all out to make your own unique and creative Halloween decorations.

Your friend can create creative and expensive DIY Halloween projects with materials purchased from a dollar store. It doesn’t take a lot of money to turn your home into a Halloween style space. With these ingenious and cost saving creative Halloween Craft ideas, your family and friends will be amazed at how you can make these incredible Halloween decorations. Take a look at these Halloween crafts in the dollar store to get your inspiration.

1. DIY Halloween Crystal Ball Candlesticks

Turn these surprising objects into mysterious goblets. Cast a shadowy effect on squeaky clean transparent crystal balls by holding them on top of a burning candle. Transfer any creepy print you want – a spider, a crow, or a bat – and place the balls on top of vintage-inspired black candlesticks from the Dollar Store in varying heights. Get the instructions via flamingotoes.

2. Dollar Store Spooky Bush Eyes

Use these plastic pumpkins to turn them into super large spooky eyes. Place them on top of bushes for some creepy Halloween decor that will surely turn heads. Get the step by step tutorial via kitchenfunwithmy3sons.

3. DIY Glittered Pumpkin Pails

This super fast DIY project will be done in just minutes. Spray paint these Dollar Store plastic pumpkins in black, and paint the eyes and teeth with glitter. Get the tutorial via eddieross.

4. Turning Cheap Battery-Powered Lights Into Creepy Eyeballs

Simple use Sharpees to doodle creepy eyes into these battery-powered lights. Place them outdoors and you’re sure to spook away possible intruders, or your neighbors. Get the tutorial via southnorthsouth.

5. DIY Cheap and Easy Candles Made Out Of Paper Towels

Turn your used paper towel rolls into these awesome candlesticks by buying some Halloween supplies from the Dollar Store. Ignite your inner crafter and your family and friends will never believe these used to be paper towel rolls. Get the tutorial via houseofdewberry.

6. DIY Elegant Raven Wreath from Dollar Store Black Birds

It looks so elegant yet has that touch of creepy. Another elegant front door wreath to get your creative juices flowing. Cover a basic wreath with these Dollar Store black ravens and you’ve got a super cool Halloween wreath to greet your family and friends. source.

7. DIY Zombie Siamese Twin Dolls

Take any pair of plastic dolls from the Dollar Store, paint them in grey, including their hair, wrap them in some tattered piece of fabric, and you’ve got zombie Siamese twin dolls to bring on the creepiness to any area of your home. Get the tutorial via justcraftyenough.

8. Creepy Pond Idea Using Latex Gloves with Glow Sticks

If you have a pond at home, or maybe a small inflatable pool, create this freaky creepy pond by using blown up latex gloves and placing glow sticks inside. via source.

9. Spiderweb Wine Glasses

Buy a few Dollar Store wine glasses and decorate the bottom with some spider webs and spiders. source.

10. DIY Skull Candle Holder

Pile on three plastic skulls together, top the bottom and top with plastic dishes, and paint everything in black. Place a candle on the top, and you’ve got a super awesome Halloween candle holder to impress your guests. via endlesslyinspired.

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