Halloween is around the corner which means it’s time to decorate your house. Here are some easy Halloween decor ideas that will Boo-low your mind.

It’s October already which means it’s time to get up, boo-zy, sleep and repeat. Halloween is the time to unleash the inner devil in us. It is all about pumpkin, eating unending amounts of treats, candy, chocolate and the time to look out for some Halloween decor ideas.

Indians are always up for something new and always find inspiration from different cultures. One such thing that we have adopted from the west is their idea of Halloween celebrations.

Halloween is the time when everything comes out of the grave. People wish to turn their homes into a scary, haunted place to get in the feel of the day. It is the time when people get a chance to be creative and are willing to experiment with everything. It is also the time when everyone is stressing over their costumes and how they will be decorating their house.

Here are some easy Halloween decor ideas to help you out:

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Another one of my cheap and easy outdoor Halloween projects. I found a scrap piece of wood in my garage and painted it to say KEEP OUT UNDEAD INSIDE. Added some bloody handprints and then drilled holes and hung it with wire. The chains are from @dollartree. I zip-tied 3 chains together. And the gross hand is from @spirithalloween. It also helps that my fence looks horrible from all this rain we have gotten! ? #outdoorhalloweendecor #undeadinside #keepout #keepoutsign #halloweendecorations #bloodyhand #spirithalloween #dollartree #creepyfence #madebymae #madebymaecrafts #walkingdead #zombies #cheaphalloweendecorations #cheaphalloweendecor #easyhalloween #easyhalloweendecor #simplehalloweendecor

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Wooo make your own ghooost! ? Making some things from my friends eBook that is about to be released. It’s designed all around large families and budgeting. These are made with – baby wipes – Clag paste – a toilet roll – a balloon – a LED tealight candle. ? all you need to do is soak your baby wipes in glue (I needed two wipes to cover completely). Cut your toilet roll in half so you have two small rolls. Blow your balloon up just a little so you have a little head that your baby wipes will fit over the top of. Tape the balloon so it sits inside your toilet roll stand. Cover the balloon with the wipes. You can shape your ghosts a bit however you like them. You can print a face and cut it out like I did and stick it on while it’s still wet or you could draw one on with a black texta when it has dried. They take at least 24 hours to dry completely and set hard enough so that when you remove the balloon they hold their shape. Once it is dry you can go ahead and pop the balloon. Throw the balloon away right away so it doesn’t end up in landfill and waterways as a choking hazard. ??? Now you just turn on your LED tealight and sit it under your ghost and there you have it a fun, safe project for your kids this Halloween! ? If you would like to have your kids creations featured on my Instagram, make some ghosts, upload cool photos to your Facebook or Instagram account and tag me @biancapacitto?? #spookyseason #happyhalloween #diycrafts #kidstuff #ghosts #halloweendecor #diyhalloweendecorations #kidfriendly #diyonabudget

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Which one of these easy Halloween decor ideas will you be trying this year? Tell us in the comments.