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Decorating for Halloween is a lot of fun because there is such a wide range of options. Because Halloween decorations can take so many different forms, I have broke them down into three separate categories: spooky, kid-friendly, and pretty. Since these decorations embrace the dark side of the holiday, screams are the best compliment they can get. But, if you are looking for that perfect scare factor, this door from Dave Lowe Design is a great addition to your Halloween decorations. If you are hosting a Halloween party, this would be an easy way to create a whole bloody crime scene in your house for it. This simple project makes a big, bone-chilling impact due to the fact that it completely transform the front of your house.

You can create a scary first impression by adding this boogie man shadow to your door. Jess over at Practically Functional can show you how she created this great shadow out of black vinyl.

So, why not set the scene right from the front door by adding an archway that is adorned with skulls and chains?

Tony over at My Fun House Projects can show you how to make this awesome and intimidating entrance.

Some people think kids and candy should be the focus of Halloween. Home Jelly’s paper bag monster is a cute way to add some Halloween cheer to your door.

It is a fun way to capture the spirit of the season without being overly imposing. And this comes with an added bonus: according to Home Jelly, it only costs about $7 to create this door decor thanks to it being made out of recycled paper bags. For a fresh take on an old classic, try this simple jack ‘o lantern door from Women’s Day.

It is elegant, yet whimsy and will appeal to kids and adults alike.

Theirs is made using gold glitter paper for the eyes, nose, and mouth, but you could switch it out for a more traditional black if you don’t want that much bling. Either way, this understated decor will add just the right touch of the holiday to the front of your house.

It’s made simply with contact paper and white streamers. This eye-catching door from Craftaholics Anonymous makes for a fun, not-so-scary entrance ready for trick-or-treating. To add just a little bit of the Halloween creepy crawly feel to your holiday decor, this spider web door, found over at Jane Can, is just the thing. Some decorators want to use the colors and icons of the holiday to create a front door that has a more subtle nod to the season. The trees sitting on either side of the door complete the design. Heather over at The Spohrs Are Multiplying created a beautiful Halloween inspired floral door hanging.

Because she wanted to make it look like a witch’s hat, she started with a cone-shaped basket as her container. The ladies at Show Me Decorating built a wonderfully inviting Halloween display using a traditional color scheme of black, white, and orange.

To that, they then added a lot of patterned ribbon and orange and white ball ornaments.

Finally, they finished it off with some adorable pumpkin and ghost elements. If you favor basic and straightforward over busy and cluttered, then this is a great option for you. Elise at Hunters of Happiness crafted a boo sign using wooden letters, paint, and ribbon.

For a quirky twist on the traditional pumpkin topiary, take a look at this idea from Women’s Day. They then used garlands made of fall leaves to cover the remainder of the door. Finally, they added the word “boo” to the pumpkins for a holiday greeting.

No matter whether you prefer scary, kid-friendly, or just plain pretty, you are sure to find inspiration in this collection of some of the best Halloween door decorations on the web.

Lavender and Yellow..A lovely combo.

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