Halloween door decorations

We've got you covered for Halloween door decoration with the best DIY Halloween front door decorations to craft and quick buys to help you style your Halloween door

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Published: August 21, 2021 at 11:10 am
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Ah, the magic of Halloween! A lot of the fun , especially in the US comes from planning for the big day and building your porchscape ready for the 31st October. Of course, your Halloween door decorations are a huge part of that. Even if you do nothing else, having a Halloween front door decoration on show on 31st October sets the scene for a night of trick or treating and witchy games and spooky fun. Whether you want to go to town and craft an epic Halloween door decoration, or are just looking for something to craft from items you already have at home, we're rounding up 21 of our favourite Halloween front door decorations tutorials to help you craft your dream Halloween door. Or if you'd rather invest in a ready-to-go Halloween front door decoration that you can install with minimal fuss, we are including a few simple ready-made options to style your Halloween front door without a lot of planning and fuss.

We hope that you find your dream Halloween door decorations in this list below, and have a very happy Halloween!

21 spooktacular Halloween front door decorations

Pumpkin tree Halloween door decoration

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If you are looking for a Halloween door decoration you can use again and again or pass round the family from year to you, try a door cover, which is quick and easy to install and simple to take down and store. We love the designs from DoorFoto, with a range of sizes and different themed available, and free shipping within the US.
Find the Halloween door decoration cover on Etsy

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DIY Halloween door decoration cobweb

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Here's a free craft tutorial from JoAnns to make a Halloween door decoration that we just love! Using just a few simple macrame-style knots you can craft your own Halloween door decoration that gives you big impact! And if you want to expand your macrame skills further, don't forget to check out Gathered's own Macrame section!
Find the Halloween door decoration project on JoAnns

Felt cobweb Halloween door decoration

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If you don't have the time or inclination to make your own cobweb Halloween door decoration, you can always buy this felt pre-made version from JoAnns instead!
Find the felt cobweb Halloween door decoration on JoAnns

Easy Halloween door decoration

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Here's an easy DIY Halloween door decoration from MOMs that won't take long to put together using items you likely already have at home. It's great if you are short of time or funds, and you can still install a Halloween door decoration with big impact for the big night!
Find the Halloween door decoration tutorial on MOMS

Paper bag halloween door decoration

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Its no secret we are big on upcycling in craft here at Gathered – take a look ay our up upcycling section if you want the proof! Which is perhaps why we love this DIY Halloween door decoration so much. It uses paper bags to make the bulk of the monster face, with decorated paper plates serving as the 3 eyes. Great fun.
Find the Halloween door decoration on Homejelly

Halloween door decoration sticker set

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Here's a lovely idea the you and your neighbours could team up on, so that everyones has a Halloween front door decoration that works on a theme! The set of decal stickers has two eyes, eyebrows, cobweb and teeth, but you can arrange them in different ways to give different expressions to your Halloween door decoration monster face! They available in light or dark to suit the colour scheme of your door. They are long lasting, but not reusable, so why not keep a post-Halloween front door decoration all year round?
Find the Halloween door decoration stickers on Etsy

Free Halloween door decoration knitting patterns

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If knitting is your thing, you find the free patterns for these cool Halloween characters and motifs right here on Gathered! Why not stitch a few of them and string the up on a garland as brilliant Halloween door decoration that you can use again and again, or decorate your mantelpiece or garden with them every Halloween instead!
Find the Halloween knitting patterns on Gathered

Miniature Halloween door decoration

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Here is a Halloween door decoration that is a brilliant take on a fairy door, as it is only 5 inches high! It is freestanding, so stand it alongside your main front door or perhaps in your windows to make little ones think fairies are celebrating too. After all, witches celebrate Halloween so why shouldn't fairies enjoy a spot of Halloween door decoration as well?
Find the Halloween door decoration on Etsy

Pumpkin fairy house Halloween door decoration

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Keeping with the fairy doors, we are head over heels with this Halloween door decoration which lets you carve a pumpkin into an adorable fairy house! As well as the door, you get 2 windows and a ladder, perfect to add to your owe carved pumpkin for an oh-so-sweet addition to your porch or garden display that elevates a carved pumpkin to whole new levels!
Find the Halloween door decoration pumpkin kit on Etsy

Monster face Halloween door decorations

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We love this Halloween door decoration idea that you can buy for quick installation from Amazon. But we recon it would not be hard to craft your own version if you wanted to, too. The set is comprised two blooshoot eyes and an archway of bloody teeth which you can install over front door, windows or garage archway to make it the mouth of doom!
Find the Halloween door decoration on Amazon

Trick or treat bag Halloween door decoration

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If you welcome trick or treaters but don't want to open the door every time – especially important amid Covid times – why not use our free pattern for a trick or treat bag to knit one to be your candy holder? Just add it to your Halloween door decorations, packed full of treats and let children help themselves from it on the big night, for a contact-free or minimal fuss Halloween while still keeping in the spirit for the youngsters.
Find the free Halloween bag pattern on Gathered

Candy grab Halloween door decoration

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If you like the idea of a supply of candy available on your front door, but are not a knitter, why not try crafting this pumpkin mouth candy grabber designed by Cherished Bliss? There's a tutorial for making this on her website. She is using a store-bought half pumpkin moulded shape to make her grabber, but we think you could easily make your own version of this by adding paper mache over a pumpkin! To find out more about paper mache, check out our how to paper mache article to make this a real upcycling Halloween door decoration option.
Find the Halloween door decoration project on CherisedBliss

Macrame scull curtain Halloween door decoration

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We're big fans of macrame here at Gathered and this Halloween door decoration make has us racing for our macrame cord in a heartbeat! Better still, the tutorial for this Halloween door decoration in available for free from JoAnns! If you're as mad for macrame as we are, make sure you don't miss Gathered's macrame projects, too.
Find the Halloween door decoration on JoAnns

Boo Halloween door decoration

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If you want to make sure you Halloween door decoration characters are friendly rather than frightful, why not buy this door plaque, created using artwork from Oregeon-based illustrator Jamie Mills-Price. We just love the details and shading she has got into this lovely design!
Find the Boo Halloween door decoration on Etsy

Cobweb hoop Halloween door decoration

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If you are looking for a more homespun project to use as a Halloween door decoration, how about this embroidery Halloween hoop? It's small in scale but will look brilliant hung alongside your letterbox or by your doorbell to give trick or treaters a spooky welcome when they arrive. And best of all, we have the free tutorial for this right here on Gathered!
Find the Halloween embroidery hoop tutorial on Gathered

Pompom pumpkin Halloween door decoration

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Here is an adorable idea from Etsy seller Petals and Pomp! This Halloween door decoration goes beyond the foliage wreath to recreate a stylised pumpkin wreath crafted in orange pom poms with a pipe cleaner stalk! It's cute, sylish and completely individual. Buy from Petals and Pomp, or if you have a ball of orange yarn in your stash, recreate your own version using our how to make a pom pom tutorial.
Find the Halloween door decoration on Etsy

Ribbon wreath Halloween door decoration

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Here's a tutorial for making your own Halloween door decoration in the form of a lovely ribbon wreath. You can get some sensational printed Halloween Ribbons from Amazon, and this is a perfect DIY decor make to show them off with!
Find the ribbon wreath Halloween door decoration tutorial on Lolly Jane

Crochet skull wreath Halloween door decoration

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If you are looking for a project to hook on for Halloween, this crochet skull Halloween door wreath is the decoration for you! Use any colours you like, though neon and oranges are traditional of course, but use the free Halloween door decoration tutorial from JoAnns to craft your own bespoke wreath. Make sure you check out our free Halloween crochet patterns round up while you are at it!
Find the free Halloween door decoration tutorial on JoAnns

Amigurumi Halloween door decorations

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Keeping things crochet, don't miss our brilliant free patterns for an amigurumi ghost or bat, perfect for embellishing your Halloween door decorations. These little guys would make an ideal centrepiece to any of the Halloween door decoration wreaths on show, or crochet a few to make a garland to festoon your Halloween door or mantelpiece display.
Find the free amigurumi ghost crochet pattern and a free crochet bat pattern on Gathered.

Halloween door decoration banner

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You don't even need a sewing machine to make this brilliant Halloween door decoration banner. Just use the tutorial from Polkadot Chair to show off letters and words of your choice. If you want to use bespoke Halloween fabric, take a look at the selection from JoAnns. But you can use any colourful fabric in your stash to make this easy Halloween for decoration banner.
Find the Halloween door decoration banner tutorial on Polkadot Chair

Stinky Halloween door decoration

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This Halloween door decoration takes scratch and sniff to a whole new level. All you need for this is some colourful gift wrap, marker pen, string and some socks – the smellier the better! Frankenstein's monster has nothing on this Halloween door decoration!
Buy lime green gift wrap from Amazon

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More like the Halloween door decorations

We hope you've enjoyed our pick of Halloween front door decorations. For more Halloween decorating ideas on Gathered, check out our homemade Halloween decorations roundup or our easy Halloween crafts for kids. You might also enjoy our Halloween printables and Halloween cross stitch patterns, too!

Authors

Hannah BellisKnitting Editor, Gathered

Hannah has worked on Gathered for 2 years, since our launch in 2019. At school Hannah learned to knit collaborating on dorcas blankets – now she edits our knitting section. She inherited her love of stitching and embroidery from her talented grandmother, and her passion for thread led her to be Editor of The World of Cross Stitching for six years. Card making is a more recent passion, developing from her position as editor of Cross Stitch Card Shop. She loves using kinetic techniques to make cards that move – she was editor of Papercraft inspirations magazine for over four years, creating loads of card making video tutorials at www.youtube.com/PapercraftTV.

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