There is no doubt that Halloween is one of the most popular holidays of the year for most people. It’s the perfect time to get creative and add a little spooky to your home. So, we thought we would share some DIY Halloween Decor you can use to get your mobile home ready for the scariest day of the year without breaking the bank.

Giant Spider Will Make a Statement

This is a super easy project that is sure to make a statement if you place it in your front yard. Add some glowing eyes and you will have people stopping in their tracks!

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A Ghostly Entrance

Looking for a spooky way to greet your trick-or-treaters? Why not create these ghostly lights, they are a super-easy way to create some DIY Halloween decor.

A Wreath is a Must

What holiday is complete without a wreath for the door? Check out the link to find all kinds of ideas from cute to scary!

DIY Totem Pole

What a creative way to light up your front porch using those inexpensive plastic pumpkins you see everywhere.

Go Batty

Looking for a DIY Halloween decor project to do with the kids? These bats are perfect for younger kids (as long as they can use scissors of course!).

Spiderweb Anyone?

What’s Halloween without a spider web? Hard to believe these are made from trash bags.

What’s Halloween Without a Pumpkin

If you love carving pumpkins but are looking for new ideas, check out the link to see 99+ carving ideas.

Witch in a Couldren

This super easy set of witch’s legs are made from POOL NOODLES!

Floating Witch Hat Luminaries

These floating witch hat luminaries are an easy way to create an eery glow that’s budget-friendly.

Make a Spooky Entrance

What a simple way to add a spooky touch to your front entrance using cheese cloth.

And, if you are still looking for Halloween ideas, check out this Boo-Tiful Manufactured Home, it’s spectacular!

Do you decorate for Halloween? If so we would love to see it. You can share your spooky decor at our Facebook group, Mobile Home Living: Remodels and Repairs.

As always thank you for reading Mobile Home Living.

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