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Halloween – it’s almost upon us again, already! The time goes by so fast – and what’s that? You haven’t decorated your front door at all yet? Look no further for quick (order from Amazon today – hang your decor tomorrow!) and amazingly inexpensive Halloween (most everything is under $15!) front door decor.
Your biggest decision here is the look you are going for in your decor. Do you want your house to feel friendly and welcoming? A little on the spooky side, but not so much that you scare off the littlest trick or treaters? Or do you prefer over-the-top, larger-than-life and wet-your-pants scary decor?
Whatever you prefer, here are some quick and easy decorations for your front door this Halloween!
13 Ideas for Quick and Inexpensive Halloween Front Door Decor
Halloween Pumpkin Bat Candy Corn Wall Sign
Spooky meets sweet in this decorative accent, an essential for celebrating everyone’s favorite Halloween holiday.
Made from wood and coated for use outdoors, this cheery three-piece hanger includes a bat, smiling pumpkin, and candy corn. Everyone will know you are expecting trick or treaters with this on your door!
Check out these 13 Fun-But-Not-Scary Doormats for Halloween to match.
Halloween Skellington Door Hanger
Everyone’s favorite skeleton, Skellington greets your guests with a big smile and a charming checked bowtie.
Ready to hang with the attached burlap cord.
The cutest Little Ghost You’ve Ever Seen Door Hanger
Isn’t she adorable? Welcome your visitors with this bright and bubbly ghost that lights up at night!
Match this little ghost with 13 Fun-But-Not-Scary Doormats for Halloween for even more impact.
“Come in and rest your bones” Door Hanger
Is he smiling because he’s friendly – or does this skeleton have evil intentions? A jaunty top hat implies friendliness, as does the message “come in and rest your bones”. But there’s something a little spooky about him, too!
Animated Eyeball Doorbell with Spooky Sounds
Press the button on the doorbell, and the big green eyeball will open up and fix on you for a fright! Music and scary noises will come to your ears and you won’t know whether to stay or run and hide.
Life-Size Skeleton Halloween Door Hanger
Just creepin’ it real! Cotton rope holds the bones of this printed canvas skeleton door hanger together and allows for life-like movement and posing. It’s life-sized, too, at 65″.
Black Bat Wreath
This Halloween Wreath is made from bendable plastic twigs, so you can shape it in different ways. Bunches of black bats hang from the branches covered in sparkly glitter. Lights are included.
It’s October, Witches Door Signs
Cover your entire doorway quickly and easily with these lightway banners. Bright, large, and clear, they are easy to spot and read even from the street.
Want more ideas like this? Read Door Covers: An Easy Way to Decorate for Halloween.
Pumpkin Hanging Sign
These pumpkins have quite the glow about them, making them perfect decor for day and night. All seems innocent until you notice – who’s creepy hands are those holding the box?!?
Halloween Creepy Cloth
Giant spider webs? Mummy wraps? Whatever it is, this raggedy cloth seems otherworldly and will definitely creep out the bravest souls when they cross through it to get to your door. Add a big spider or other decorations to up the spooky factor!
Screaming Ghost Sticker Decor
Such a speedy decoration to put up at the last minute! A few black stickers carefully arranged on your door will create a howling ghost ready to frighten your visitors.
Wooden Witch Hat Sign
Surely it’s a happy witch that lost this adorable hat – just look at the bright colors and polka dots. Add in a lime green buckle and burlap bow, and there’s nothing to be afraid of here!
Gigantic Ghost with Light-up Eyes
Now we’re talking terrifying! Imagine coming up on this guy late in the evening, and having those beady red eyes light up and focus on YOU! At over 13 feet tall, this disembodied spook is sure to be the hit of the trick or treat route.
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Key Takeaways for Quick and Inexpensive Halloween Front Door Decor
You don’t have to spend a lot of hard-earned cash to decorate for Halloween. Just go for impact, and focus on your front door. After all, that’s where the trick or treaters are all headed.
If you are short on money, time – or both – this year, why not pop over to Amazon and grab your favorite door decor. You’ll be in the Halloween spirit in no time!
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