Cheap, Green and Recyclable Halloween Decoration IdeasOctober 20, 2019
It is always fun to decorate your home for Halloween, and you do not have to let your budget stop you from joining in on the fun. There are plenty of ideas for decorating without breaking the bank. All you need to do is budget and use your imagination. To help you get started, here are several cheap Halloween decoration ideas to consider for your home.
Basket of Candy
What is the Halloween season without a basket of candy? Our wicker belly baskets are perfect for displaying your treats. You can fold the basket to make it smaller for your coffee table, or you can pop it out to hold a lot of candy for your party or trick-or-treaters. The small- sized belly baskets could even be used as a eco-friendly bag thet your children carry around the neighborhood during Halloween night! Our belly baskets are made of durable, eco-friendly materials, and the best part is you can use them to store other items after the Halloween season is over.
If you are on a tight budget, use black ribbon to make outdoor Halloween décor. All you have to do is tie a piece of black ribbon around a few branches to resemble bats. You can even use white or red paint to make two dots for eyes on your bats. The ribbon bats also work if you need an easy, quick way to decorate your home.
If you do not have a tree on your property, you can always tie a few pieces of ribbon to your plants or a faux tree on your porch. After Halloween, untie your ribbon to use for the holidays or next Halloween season.
Use our macramé plant hangers to create your own hanging pumpkins. It is a great decoration for your porch or yard. Start by removing our macramé planter from the cotton rope, and then replace it with a medium-sized pumpkin. One idea is to attach twine and leaves to the top of the pumpkin to make it look like a pumpkin planter.
When the Halloween season is over, use our versatile plant hangers for your seasonal plants. Like the wicker baskets, our macramé plant hangers are also made of eco-friendly materials.
Recycle those empty milk jugs by turning them into glowing ghosts. Once you wash and dry your milk jugs, cut a small hole in the bottom of each one. You can add faces to each jug with black construction paper or a black marker, but the faces should be on the front of each jug, with the handle in the back. Finally, place an artificial candle inside each jug, and display your glowing ghosts on your walkway or porch. When the Halloween season is over, you can recycle your milk jugs to stick with your green lifestyle.
As you can see, you are creating cheap Halloween décor that not only fits your budget, but the ability to reuse or recycle these items also fits your eco-friendly lifestyle . From hanging pumpkins to black bats to baskets of candy, you are going to be ready for the Halloween season.