October is looming. And this weekend is the perfect time to set up your spookiest Halloween decor.
Just this morning, we woke up to cool temperatures. I packed the kids in their snow coats (probably a little unnecessary) and walked them to school. The feeling of crisp, cool air on my face started to get me in the mood for you know what.
Halloween, Hallowe’en, All Hallows’ Eve, All Saints’ Eve
^that’s a ghost, just FYI.
In other words: it’s time to break out our Halloween decorations. (Oh, and buy costumes because I AM NOT SEWING THEM AGAIN.)
Unfortunately, mine are all scattered throughout our storage spaces (e.g. the garage, the laundry room, the coat closet) from our move… almost a year ago. (Yeah, we’re still not completely organized.) And so it looks as if I’m going to be making some spooky purchases.
Spookiest Halloween Decor Check List:
✔ Between $0-$15 per item.
✔ Kid-friendly — the girls can help me put them up.
✔ Spooky, but not horrific.
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Top Ten Spookiest Halloween Decor for Kids
I like that this scarf takes up a good amount of real estate. To me this means a beautifully spooky decoration without too much effort. The cheap price tag made it simple to stick in my shopping cart.
I love when decorations are useful, like with these Halloween-themed dishtowels. Not only that, but the kids can help get these over your oven handle or cupboard door easily. Easily one of the spookiest halloween decor you could get!
This is easy for kids to hang if you put up a Command Strip hook first. Easy and ready-to-go, this wall sign or wreath will instantly transform your entry way.
What I LOVE about these spider lights is not only are they battery-operated for optimal usage, but they are PLASTIC. Your kids can help hang them up without you worrying about them banging the spiders into hard surfaces.
For a cheap price, you get a large amount of a Halloween staple: Super Stretch Spider Web! The kids will love stretching this out with you and placing little plastic spiders to scare visitors that come knocking on your door.
I’m loving the trendy, fall look of these plaid pillow cases! Don’t they just scream lumberjacks and pumpkin spice pancakes? Okay, maybe it’s just me. These pillow cases are easy to stuff with 18″x18″ fillers and are easy for your kids to place on the couch. (Or throw all over the house.)
Welcome your trick or treaters with this spooky halloween decoration! Easy to assemble 😉 and maybe your kids will actually wipe their feet on it.
I love the festive colors on this Halloween banner garland! Each garland is 10.5 feet, which is perfect for a small handrail or you could purchase multiple and string them together. Your kids will love helping you put this up. Just make sure that they are secured well and out of reach of young children.
This apron can easily be hung behind the door with your other aprons. It’s perfect for whipping up a batch of Halloween sugar cookie cut-outs or for stirring your homemade root beer. Inexpensive and simple, with a little folding and tying, your kids can wear these too!
And to wrap up your decorating, all you need is to stick these babies to your windows. Your kids will enjoy picking which places the bats are going to fly!