The entryway makes your home’s first impression so dressing up this space for Halloween is really vital. It is the first thing you and your guests would see when entering the house. The front door can be decorated easily with standard DIY Halloween decorations, all you need is a creative imagination to make them stand out!
You can simply decorate wreaths or garlands or stick to a particular theme like a witch for front door decor. If you are looking for some DIY Halloween front door decorations, we have compiled an inspirational list for your help. Have a look below.
Garland and Door Hangings
Halloween banners and garlands can also be a great addition to the front door. Add in some creepy spiders, cobwebs, skeletons, etc. to create a spooky scene. See creative Halloween-themed garland ideas. Furthermore, Halloween door hangers can also be used together.
Spiders and Web
The first thing when it comes to decorating a home for Halloween is spiders and webs. There are a variety of ways to make spiderwebs at home. Follow the tutorial at Merriment Design for help.
Mummify Your Door
You can turn your front door into a very cool Halloween Mummy with the help of streamers. The large craft eyes will complete the decoration. See the tutorial at Whisking Mama.
You can decorate your front door with bat decorations. You can make them from felt or paper using a template. Check out the process at It All Started with Paint.
Googly Eyes on the Door
Simply add large googly or wiggle eyes to your front door using adhesive and you are done! Check out more information at the Craftaholics Anonymous.
‘Keep Out’ Sign
It is an easy-to-make Halloween project. You just need cardboard and craft paint. You can check the full tutorial at Crafts by Amanda.
Jack Skellington Door
If you have a white front door, you can display Jack Skellington perfectly. The silhouette of Jack is going to add some scare to your entrance! Find the free printable at Homemade Heather.
This DIY Halloween door decorating idea is simple and attractive. You need basic party decorating supplies to turn your front door into a monster for Halloween. See the tutorial at Stock Piling Moms.
If your door has the color symbolizing Frankenstein, then this kid-friendly DIY Halloween project might be a cool option for you. This cute monster on the door is made mostly using felt. See the full tutorial at East Coast Creative Blog.
You can decorate your front door like a Jack-o’-lantern using simple items like orange wrapping paper, black poster board and cobwebs. Head over to hip2save to see more details of the project.