Transform your home inside and out into a haunted Halloween wonderland. Whether you’re looking to DIY or for a one stop shop, here are some of the best places buy Halloween decorations.
With more than 1,000 stores across the country and Canada, it’s hard to miss a Spirit Halloween Superstore in whatever area you’re in. From looming tombstones and fences to eerie lights and fog machines, Spirit Halloween offers unique Halloween decorations for both indoor and outdoor needs. New décor for 2013 includes a brown jumping spider, green LED strobe light and a crashing door witch. Spirit also offers a wide variety of adult and kid costumes and accessories.
Michaels craft stores present a more softened version of classic indoor and outdoor Halloween decorations. Celebrate the Day of the Dead with a decorative skull mask, rhinestone-embellished pumpkin craft stickers, or green Halloween mason jar beverage glasses that are great for hosting.
Choose from premade or crafty DIY Halloween decorations. Browse Joann’s “Simply Spooktacular” ebook for inspiring ideas, including a creepy crawly crystal-beaded spider door web and a yarn-wrapped spider web clock. If shopping online, filter search results by crafting time and skill level.
If you’re feeling a bit more crafty, Martha Stewart offers a gamut of creative indoor and outdoor Halloween decoration how-to’s on her website, marthastewart.com. Outdoor Halloween decorations include hanging paper bats and gourd luminaries, while interior adornments include cheesecloth spiderwebs and chandelier shades.