Halloween, my favorite time of the year, is upon us! There's nothing I love more than cool weather, warm drinks, scary movies, and breaking out my Halloween decorations. I actually think I end up spending more on new Halloween decorations each year than I do on Christmas presents.
After browsing Amazon for many hours this Halloween season, I have found several affordable options- all under $20! The best part is, with Amazon Prime, I can keep shopping for more decorations up until two days before Halloween! (Talk about feeding my obsession).
If you are trying to make your house the spookiest house on the block like I am, check out my list!
Posable 30" Skeleton $14.99: Nothing says Halloween more than a fake life-sized skeleton that you can pose in all kind of wacky ways.
Black Lace Spiderweb Mantle Scarf $8.89: Add a touch of elegance to your Halloween decorations with this lacy spiderweb mantle scarf. Even if you don't have a mantle, this spiderweb will class up any shelf or table space in the spookiest of ways.
Large 5 ft. Black Hairy Spider $10.95: Creepy crawlies like this large spider can really get under your skin, especially if you hate spiders like I do. Ron Weasley had it right when he didn't want to follow the spiders but he never said anything about buying a fake, five foot one.
Pack of 4 17" Tombstones $15.95: Get your yard ready for all those Trick-or-Treaters by turning into a scary graveyard! I think outdoor decorations are my favorite part of Halloween decorations and no spooky outdoors is complete without a small graveyard.
Pack of 4 Halloween Throw Pillow Covers $16.99: Get cozy while getting Spooky with these pillow covers. With four different designs, these pillows are sure to match any of your exisiting Halloween decorations.
Zombie Face and Arms Yard Stakes $17.95: The only addition to the tombstones above need are these zombie face and arms yard stakes- perfect for making it look like they are coming alive before your very eyes!
Martha Stewart Chipboard Bat Chandelier $19.99: I need a Halloween chandelier in my life. There's nothing spookier to me than an old, Victorian mansion with one of these babies covered in cobwebs.
Beware Signs Yard Stakes $7.49: You should consider adding these signs to your yard, especially if you don't want Trick-or-Treaters (but, c'mon, who wouldn't want a night full of giving candy to Trick-or-Treaters?) as they warn of impending doom.
Beware Door Curtain $15.40: Add this door curtain for the perfect touch to any room. It makes a great addition to any Halloween decor- especially if you are throwing a party.
Skeleton Raven $9.84: Whether you're a fan of the poem or not, you've got to love the spooky vibe these birds give off, even in skeleton form. Nevermore will you need one of these bad boys to fill out your mantle.
Bloody Weapons Garland $10.99: If you're a fan of slasher flicks and stories about serial killers, you need this garland. This was one of the first Halloween decorations I found and I am in LOVE with it- even if it is a bit creepy.
23 Glow in the Dark Eye Wall Stickers $7.99: This takes those glow on the dark start stickers on your ceiling to a whole new level. These spooky glowing eyes are just what you need to add an air of mystery to your house.
Changing Monster Picture Wall Decor $9.99: Another Halloween decor staple, this changing portrait can scare visitors or Trick-or-Treater's who aren't paying attention. My favorite changing portrait is still the one of Lizzie Borden and the heads of her parents hanging in my hallway.
Bloody Footprint Floor Clings $11.95: These bloody footprint floor clings pair perfectly with the bloody weapons garland if you're going for a serial killer themed room. Decorate your room in a way that even Ed Gein would be proud of! (...or, maybe not...)
Trick or Treat Banners $15.97: Or, if you're going for a more kid-friendly approach, these Trick-or-Treat banners to frame your doorway are just what you need! Nothing too spooky here- just seasonal colors and phrasing.
I'm Jennifer, a 21 year-old crochet, DIY, and marketing enthusiast who loves sharing my projects and travel and lifestyle posts with the world. I also help people start their own blogging journey through my business, JHB Communications.
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