First impressions are important. So why not make a spooky one this Halloween with your front door? If your guests or trick-or-treaters can make it past the porch, they will definitely appreciate all your effort. From halloween wreaths to creative door hangings and accessories, these ideas are are just what you need to set the mood this Halloween. Check out the 15 creepy, crawly and creative ways to decorate your door below.
2. Eyeball Wreath: We might get the jitters just making this wreath and having all those googly eyes watching us. This project is easy enough that the kids can help make it, but totally spooky enough to hang on your door. (via Tried and True)
4. Skeleton Hands Wreath: Need a hand? Head to the dollar store and stock up on skeleton hands to make this creepy wreath. Then spray them down with silver, black or your party theme colors. (via Tried and True)
5. Magnetic Spiders: These creepy-crawly guys look great on the door, but would also be a scary surprise for your guests if you place ’em all over your house for your Halloween party. (via Leigh Laurel Studios)
6. Bloodshot Eyeball Wreath: Obviously there is nothing scarier than a bulging, bloodshot eyeball. But secretly, we kind of love the extra bit of color the red gives this gory wreath. (via A Pretty Life)
8. Monster Door: Ready to turn your front door into a cute but “scary” monster? Just use two plates for the eyes and tape for the mouth and hang some streamers for hair. Rawr, indeed. (via Modern Day Moms)
9. Yarn-Wrapped Wreath: Give your door some Halloween flair with this easy project that’s perfect for a “crafternoon.” All that wrapping might take you a couple hours, so start putting together your Netflix queues with some frightening flicks. (via Happily Intended)
11. Skeleton: Take a little inspiration from The Nightmare Before Christmas’s Jack Skellington this Halloween. All you’ll need is a sheet and some black duct tape to get the look. (via Events to Celebrate)
12. All-Season Wreath: If you’ve only got time to make one wreath, this is the wreath to make. The grapevine and moss are the perfect backdrop for cobwebs and spiders for Halloween, and then you can switch it out for Thanksgiving and Christmas decor. (via Hello Natural)
13. Bat Swarm: Cut out a bunch of bats using felt or black paper and then tape them all over the front door and house. Cleanup is minimal, and the look at night is pretty amazing. (via Country Living)
15. Pinecone Monster: Pinecones aren’t just for Christmas decor — especially when you paint them green and add some sharp teeth. Well, he has fangs, but this guy doesn’t look too terribly ferocious. (via Craftaholics Anonymous)
How are you decorating your front door this Halloween? Share your ideas in the comments below!