If you have the space to fill, use some decorating ideas from the popular show Stranger Things. This Halloween decoration will be the topic of conversation, especially for fans of the series.
If you don’t have the space to dedicate an entire wall as a tribute to Stranger Things, a decorated pumpkin will be just as impressive for Halloween décor. Try these multicolor fairy lights out.
These eight-legged lantern ideas are simple and creative. Cotton balls fill glass jars to make “webs” and hide the wires and battery packs of the lights.
A fishbowl or vase with a spooky skull inside will make for a scary centerpiece. And add in some fairy lightsso it shines bright in the dark.
These cute origami lights are perfect for adding a little extra Halloween spirit to your home, office, or party. Plus, once you learn how to fold them, you can share the skill with others. Try these twinkling lights for a fun effect.
If you find origami is just not for you, these leaves added to string lights create a comforting autumn addition to any room.
These little ghost lights are nothing to fear. All you need are string lights, ping pong balls, a marker, and some white mesh fabric.
DIY lanterns are a simple and ecofriendly craft to add to your Halloween decorations. Start collecting your empty carton to recycle them for this spooky project. And don’t forget the battery-operated fairy lights!
There is something about orange lights against the black sky that screams Halloween! Fill your yard, door, windows, trees, and practically any item in or outside your house with orange fairly light for an easy decorating makeover.
Get the season started, and create some of these incredible decoration for your home with string lights for your Halloween décor.