Last minute party decor does not mean you have to sacrifice on style! These stylish DIY Halloween party hacks are so simple, no one will be able to tell you were able to fit it all into your busy lifestyle! Look like the hostess with the mostest and impress your guests with these quick and easy DIY Halloween party ideas.
SPIDER ICE CUBES
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BLACK NET BALLOONS
These simple balloons are easy, inexpensive, but super trendy! For those of us not looking for the super "cliché" styled Halloween party, these stunning balloons fit the bill. Simply buy clear latex balloons, and cover them with black tulle netting and ribbon.
SPOOKY BLACK TREE BRANCH
These fun DIY branches add a perfect spooky element to you modern Halloween party decor. There's so many ways you can easily incorporate your black branches into your decor, from wreaths, to table decor, and even wall decor. Use some good quality black paint, and use branches and twigs you find outdoors, or you can them purchase online. Be sure to let them completely dry indoors before painting so the paint will stick!
MOODY BLACK CANDLES
These black candle holders are a perfect dark and moody touch to your spooky event. Using old recycled wine bottles, and some matte black and standard black paint, you can easily transform household trash into this stylish and reusable decor piece. You can use classic White, Black, or even Red candles for a more "vampy" look.
Photo from Elle Decor
BUG COCKTAIL STIR STICKS
Looking for something a little creepy for your Halloween party, no problem! These little critters will bring some Halloween scare back into your event. Just by taking a child's insect toys, and hot gluing it to a wooden drink stir stick, and spray painting them gold, black, or whatever color you'd like, you've instantly added some style and fun to your Halloween bash!
Photo from Elle Decor
SPOOKY APOTHECARY JARS
Fun, easy, and practical... what else could you need! These apothecary jars will be the perfect showpiece for your Halloween party tablescape! Pain 2-3 coats of paint to each jar, in whichever theme colors would best suit your event. Once dry, simply hot glue on matching, or contrast painted insect toys for that Halloween effect. Spray paint also works wonderfully for this project, and may save you drying time in between coats!
Photo from Martha Stewart