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10+ Spooky And Fun Halloween Front Doors

Kasia M 7 Oct 2019

This article is so timely for me because I was literally just thinking about how I should decorate my front door for Halloween. I wanted to do something special and unique that wouldn't require too much time, effort or money but still looked spooktacular.

So I've stumbled upon a few ideas and you gotta help me decide which way to go.

1. Spooky Skeleton

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This is such a fun and easy Halloween door. All you need is a white plastic table cover for the door and black one for the shapes.

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2. Mummy Door

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Doesn't this mummy door look adorable? Just wrap toilet paper around your entire door and make a cut out of monster eyes to get this cool mummy effect.

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3. Pumpkin Door

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This is such a cute DIY Halloween project. You can accomplish it with orange fabric, some garbage bag cutouts and poster board for the leaves. So cool!

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4. Go Batty

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If you don't want to wrap your entire door but still want a spooky effect cut out a bunch of paper bats and create a swarm.

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5. Spider Door

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If you want something even more simple, this idea rocks. All you really need is plastic spiders that you can stick to your door with double-sided tape. Creepy.

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6. Yellow Monster Door

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I bet your kids will love this idea. And I absolutely dig the effect when you actually open the door. Perfect to welcome your trick-or-treaters.

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7. "Keep Out" Door

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What exactly happened behind this door? Cut out various pieces out of cardboard to create this boarded up door effect and voila.

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8. Googly Eye Door

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Finally, a decorating idea where you can use all those fun googly eyes. It works whether your door is black or any other color.

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9. Spider Web Door

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This really effective spider web door can be created with a bunch of white yarn. It looks complicated but it's super easy and fun.

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10. Jack Skellington Door

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This is probably the easiest DIY project you can attempt if you have a white door. Literally, all you need is black garbage bags, paper, or fabric to create this design.

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11. Spooky Wreath

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This looks so pretty and spooky at the same time. You just need to buy a plain wreath from the dollar store and decorate it with bats.

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12. Caution Tape Door

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If you're super lazy and don't want to splurge on any Halloween decor just get some yellow caution tape for your door. Really.

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13. Bloody Hands Door

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If gore is what you're looking for, making this bloody hands door is a breeze. Get a white sheet and go to town with red paint.

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14. Paper Bag Monster

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If you can believe it, this monster was made with paper bags. When all the Halloween fun is over you can simply recycle this decoration.

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15. Scary Arch

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This clever decoration was made with some foam board from the hardware store. It's really the placement of this DIY that makes it pop.

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Which idea should I go with?

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I'm leaning towards the swarm of bats or the big spider web idea. I think they're both super easy and look really effective.

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