5 Last Minute Halloween Decorations

Halloween is rapidly approaching, and that means trick-or-treaters will soon be on your doorstep. If you’ve waiting until the last minute to decorate, never fear, because we have connections with a great property management company in Idaho Falls that put together this list of last minute Halloween decorations just for you.
Decorating for Halloween has never been so easy!
Monster Door
Door decorations will take your home from bland to fearsome in a matter of minutes. All you need is some paper and scissors for the very basics. Add in some spider webs or streamers to take this to the next level. You could turn your door into a mummy, a cyclops, or any monster you see fitting for your spooky home. You could even place the eyes and teeth above the door so your guests feel like they are being consumed by your terrifying monster house. Check out this gallery of monster doors for more ideas.
Glow Balloons
Glow-in-the-dark anything is almost required for Halloween decorations. It just adds to the festiveness of the entire holiday, whether you are wearing glow sticks or using them in an awesome decoration like these glow balloons. You can line them along your walkway outside so trick-or-treaters walk past them. You could also hang them along porch rails or line the door with them. There are so many possibilities for this simple decoration! All you need is some balloons, glow sticks, and a sharpie.
Glowing Eyes
Because glow sticks are in abundance at this time of year and won’t be difficult to grab last minute, here’s another great glow stick hack for decorating on Halloween. All you need is toilet paper rolls, scissors, and glow sticks. You can hide these eerie eyes in the bushes around your house or in your living room window if it’s dark inside. Find a tutorial at Rust and Sunshine.
Candy Bowl
Don’t plan on sticking around your house all night on Halloween? Or maybe you just don’t want the doorbell ringing a thousand times? Pick up some candy and a festive bowl to sit outside your door for trick-o-treaters. You can even make your own and hang it on the door like Cherished Bliss did with this awesome pumpkin door hanger.  
Spider Webs
Try this trash bag spider web. All you need is a black trash bag and scissors, which are both probably just lying around at home. These make a great window decoration. You can even hang them up in a tree, lay them out on the lawn, or attach them to the side of your house. If you want to take this awesomely easy decoration to the next level, add in some creepy homemade spiders.

Don’t worry if you waited until the last minute to get your decorations up. These simple do-it-yourself items will be a great addition to your spooky house this Halloween. Have fun with it and see if you can turn some other common household items into awesome decorations.