Halloween Decor Upcycled From Household Items

Since Halloween is coming up soon, we’re helping you get a leg up on your Halloween decor. And as a bonus, we’re featuring Halloween decor upcycled from household items. That means your “new” Halloween decor is already in your house just waiting to be discovered. Grab your crafty side and let’s get going!

Halloween Decor Upcycled from Household Items | Halloween decor | upcycled Halloween decor | Halloween | DIY | upcycled

Halloween Decor Upcycled From Household Items

It really is easy to create “new” Halloween decor for your home, using some simple household items you probably have sitting around right now. Grab some a few crafting supplies from Michaels {such as acrylic paint, Mod Podge, and Sharpie paint pens} and you’ll be ready for almost anything.

Halloween Decor Upcycled from Household Items | Halloween decor | upcycled Halloween decor | Halloween | DIY | upcycled

Our first example of Halloween decor upcycled from household items uses those glass jars that are so easy to acquire. Anything from an empty spice jar {as you see above} to a large pickle jar makes a great Halloween lantern. There are a number of ways to decorate your jar using acrylic paints, Mod Podge, or Sharpie paint pens. A small battery-operated tealight fits inside a large spice jar perfectly.

Halloween Decor Upcycled from Household Items | Halloween decor | upcycled Halloween decor | Halloween | DIY | upcycled This Halloween decor upcycled from household items is so much fun for kids to make. Use cardboard toilet paper tubes or paper towel tubes to fashion these adorable Halloween characters. These are so fun they might end up being toys instead of decor, but any parent of little kids knows that decor the kids can’t hurt is a plus!

Halloween Decor Upcycled from Household Items | Halloween decor | upcycled Halloween decor | Halloween | DIY | upcycled Don’t donate all your old dishware to good will–save some for this fun Halloween decor idea. Use acrylic paint to create fun Halloween plates to display on your mantel. You can even glue several plain paper plates together {for stability} and paint those. They look amazing!

Halloween Decor Upcycled from Household Items | Halloween decor | upcycled Halloween decor | Halloween | DIY | upcycled This list of Halloween decor upcycled from household items would not be complete with a scarecrow craft! Scarecrows are forgiving and easy to create from old clothing items, leftover fabric scraps, and your button collection. You’ll need a hay bale for stuffing, but everything else could be sitting in your home just waiting to be transformed.

Have fun with these Halloween decor ideas! For more great ideas, look at fun ways to use plaid in your Halloween decorating.

Leave a Reply