Give your front door a spooky look with these best Halloween door decorations.
From cute decorations for classrooms to scary doorway decorations, there are plenty of creative and easy Halloween door decor ideas to choose from that your Halloween party guests and trick-or-treaters will love. These ideas will give you inspiration for how to decorate your door for Halloween. Whether you are decorating an office, doorway, entryway, or classroom, there are tons of outdoor Halloween decorations here that make fun crafts for adults and even kids. These Halloween door decoration ideas pair well with these porch ideas and DIY wreaths. So, get started and celebrate the spooky season by making one of these spooktacular front door decorations!
Cute DIY Halloween Door Decorations
Spiders & Bats Porch from One Good Thing
Simple yet elegant describes this porch perfectly. All you need to make the faux spiders is styrofoam balls, black pipe cleaners, and spray paint.
Spooky Front Door from It All Started with Paint
This one is a fairly inexpensive project made with paper bats, a burlap wreath, and some fall mums!
Candy Hanger from Cherished Bliss
Cute and functional! This candy door hanger is a great way to welcome trick or trickers to your home!
Picket Fence Halloween Display from Priscillas
The entrance is decorated with a deco mesh garland and wreath that would be super easy to make! The pick fence sign on the side of the door is super cute too!
Spooky Front Porch from Midwest Living
A classic idea with a “wow” factor that features a spooky tree, boo sign, and a variety of painted pumpkins
Mummy Door with Matching Planters from East Coast Creative
This one is not only super cute but also super easy! Thin white fabric and masking tape are all you need for this simple project.
Happy Halloween Porch (source unknown)
An adorable garland and wreath give this entryway its appeal. You could probably find all the supplies to make this one at Dollar Tree.
Googly Eyes Door from Craftaholics Anonymous
Adorable and simple. It would be great for classrooms or front doors alike, and kids will enjoy it!
Pumpkin Decor from Everyday Celebrating
Decorate your doors with $1 pumpkins. Slice it in half and decorate as you please.
Fall Letters Wreath from Sand and Sisal
Fall in love with this cute front door hanger. It’s made with wood letters and scrapbook paper.
Witch Themed Deco Mesh Decorated Entrance from Cat’s Holiday and Home Decor
Grab some Dollar Tree Halloween deco mesh and get started on making this adorable doorway garland and wreath.
Furry Black Decoration (source unknown)
Use some black fur fabric and make some creepy eyes out of construction paper or card stock for this one.
Witch Hat Display from Better Homes and Gardens
Get a $1 Witch Hat and add a bouquet of fall flowers. This one couldn’t be any easier to make!
Ghost Porch from Pocketful of Sawdust (via Facebook)
A fairly simple yet gorgeous Halloween porch! Trick or treaters will adore this one.
Boo Sign from Hunters of Happiness
A Simple yet festive door decoration that can be made with just some black acrylic paint, wood letters, and orange tulle.
Inexpensive Monogrammed Black and White Decor from Thistlewood Farms
These cheap yet elegant decorations feature some dollar store finds and black spray paint along with a beautiful thrift store frame to complete the look.
Halloween Door Framed with Pumpkins and Mums from Tatertots and Jello
String some dollar tree finds together on a garland and make a flat basket into a wreath by adding a banner and some accents to create a welcoming Halloween entrance!
Witch Wreath from Trendy Tree
A cute way to decorate your entry that is different from the traditional wreath. You can find most of the required craft supplies at Dollar Tree!
Classroom Door Decor Ideas
Cute Candy Corn Door for Classrooms from Pinterest
This one is a simple and cute classroom Halloween door decoration that kids will adore.
Witch Door from Pinterest
All you need is contact paper, construction paper, and glue for this decoration.
Mummy Decoration from Always the Holidays
Another fun mummy door that would be great for classrooms or homes. It is super easy to put together and perfectly eerie to behold.
Pumpkin Patch Porch from Woman’s Day
Just hang some orange wrapping paper with masking tape, and this idea is ready for visitors.
Mummy Wrapping from Honey and Fitz
This super cute, kid-friendly decoration would be suitable for homes and classrooms alike!
Frankenstein Porch from East Coast Creative
You don’t need a green door to make this one. Just some green contact paper, then make the face with black felt and card stock.
Orange Jack O Lantern Door from Flickr
Another easy project that would be great for the home or classroom. You could have your doors decorated in no time with this one. You could either buy a cheap door cover or easily make your own!
Scary DIY Halloween Door Decorations
Zombie Bursting Out fron Dave Lowe Design
This is a cheap, easy, and super fast project. It makes a perfect last-minute decorations.
Vinyl Halloween Decorations from Practically Functional
Make your own Oogie Boogie Halloween door decoration with black vinyl and a cutting machine!
Monster Decor from Home Jelly
Give trick or treaters a fright with this one!
Skull Arch from My Fun Projects
If you are looking for a stunning and more complex project, this one is for you. There is a step-by-step tutorial included to show you how to make this masterpiece. It would also be a great entrance for a haunted house.
Broom Parking from Garden Sanity by Pet Scribbles
Give some basic brooms a witchy makeover with this cute display.
Yarn Spider Web Decoration with a Giant Spider from Jane Can
Have a blast making spiders and weaving webs for this creepy crawly decoration. All you need is yarn, styrofoam balls, and black paint.
Magnetic Plastic Spiders from Delia Creates
With only a bag of fake spiders and some magnets, you will have a quick and easy decoration that will give your trick or treaters a fright!
Glow in the Dark Spider Webs from Flickr
An eerie and fun project that just requires fake spider webs and glow-in-the-dark lights to achieve this spooky effect.
Bat-Filled Doorway from Country Living
This is a simple one to make, but it creates a great visual appeal!
Keep Out from Woman’s Day
Another cheap and easy porch that would be great for people with limited space to create a stunning Halloween display.
Hanging Skeleton from The Pink Clutch
A perfect last-minute project. All you need to do is decorate and hang a skeleton on the door for a creepy effect.
Free Printable Jack Skellington from Two Dragonfly Designs
If you are a fan of the Nightmare Before Christmas, this is the decor idea for you!
House Monster from Nifty Thrifty Thriving
Give your neighbors a scare with this super easy project that uses foam insulation boards and acrylic paint.
Monster House from Craftabilities
Paper Bags Monster front Home Jelly
Save money on your Halloween decorations with this one that costs only $7 to make and uses recycled grocery bags.
Skeletons and Tombstones Doorway from Made in a Day
Make these DIY Halloween Chalkboard Tombstones with foam core board. It includes free downloadable tombstone design templates for each style.
Creepy Clown Entryway (source unknown)
If you are looking to give your neighbor and trick-or-treaters a major scare, this is the perfect one for you!
Looking for more Halloween ideas? Check out all my Halloween posts, which include recipes, party ideas, decorations, crafts, and more!