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35 Creative Halloween Window Decor Ideas
Decorating your yard, front porch, front door and windows is essential because these are the first things that your guests and trick-or-treaters will see. Today’s roundup is dedicated to window décor, which can be easily DIYed in a couple of minutes.
Silhouettes are an easy decoration for any window. They are usually in black color to be well seen in the darkness, can be also glowing to look more spooky. You can buy them or easily make them yourself cutting them of paper or cardboard, that’s very simple! You can create whole haunted scenes or scenes from your favorite scary movies. Witches, black cats, jack-o-lanterns, spiders, ghosts and skeletons are a great idea, just cut them out and attach. Invite your kids to participate and have fun together!
a creeping kid silhouette is a very scary idea
animals and animal parts silhouette decor for your windows
black cats and ghosts silhouettes in the windows are an easy idea to realize
create this chilling scene for only pennies from some black cardboard
not that scary but really interesting idea
demon window decor can be made by yourself without any problems
a creepy spider might look even too scary
Jack Skellington scene for the window made from cardboard
silhouettes are great Halloween window decorations and can really jazz up your home for trick or treat night
skeleton silhouette in the window
you can easily make and attach black paper silhouettes to windows
Decals And Stickers
Stickers are another cool idea, they may be colorful or black ones, you can make them of self-adhesive paper or buy ready ones. They are easy to attach to the glass and can be easily removed, decals also have two sides, so they will be cool for both inner and outer side.
Get more creative making various cool things! If you have an opportunity, use an animated projector to show skeletons or other stuff in your windows. Use black cheese cloth and make classy spooky curtains for Halloween. Create fun starring eyes on your window decals or silhouettes, use neon paint or something similar. Fun crasher ghosts figures will appear not only outside but also inside, and you will have a double effect. Place a scary figure or a faux witch by the window and enjoy the impression it produces. Decorate the window with faux spiderweb outside and inside, it’s budget-friendly and easy. Out some plastic spiders and a cool vintage candle holder to create an effect of a haunted house. Get inspired!
cardboard affixed to window to make it look boarded up and skeleton proped to look like it's trying to get in
give your home a ghoulish look with faux spiderweb, branches and spiders
Halloween window decor with faux spiderweb, bats and a vintage candle holder
scary child standing by the window is a cool and frightening idea
spooky eyes from cardboard will make a cool effect on your guests
such decor may be achieved with an animated projector
a mix of a bunch of hands and a lot of blood behind a simple white sheet looks quite impressive
a large watching monster is a perfect way to decorate two windows that are close by
decorate your windows in such way and your house would definitely look haunted
use black cheese cloth as spooky yet classy curtains for Halloween decorations
a scary peeper is an interesting alternative to simple silhouettes
decorating a flower box with witch legs might be a cool idea
use purple crepe paper to cover a large window or glass door, and then cut up black bats in different sizes
window crasher ghosts that appear inside and outside will give your window decor a new dimension