Halloween Door Decorations

Welcome trick-or-treaters and party guests this Halloween with front-door accents that cast just the right spell. Our ideas for wreaths, door decorations, and entryway accents are sure to give your porch spook-tastic flair for Halloween.

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One, two, three, done! Get ready for Halloween in no time with our easy three-step decorating ideas. Including flying bats, playful pumpkins, and scaredy black cats, these Halloween crafts will be ready in no time. Try one of our easy Halloween decorations to get your home ready for the spooky season.

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Long-Lasting Halloween Wreath

This easy-to-make Halloween wreath can be used year after year. A few cheap supplies and some creativity result in a pretty fall wreath that's ready to display on your front door all season long. See how to make it!

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Decorative Tabletop Christmas Trees

These miniature versions of full-size trees make it easy to add Christmas spirit to any room in the house.

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    • Christmas Color

      Decorations with a consistent theme -- red and white -- make a graphic statement on this tabletop tree. To show off your ornaments, choose a tree with short needles and sparse branches, and don't be afraid to trim boughs to create display space.

    • Beaming Christmas Balls

      Tiny potted evergreens are easily dressed up for the holidays with miniature glass Christmas balls. Once the holiday is over, the mini trees provide fresh greenery all winter long.

    • Starry Style

      A rosemary topiary potted in a rustic wooden pail creates a charming homespun accent. Delicate starfish tucked within the branches mimic traditional stars for a Christmas theme.

    • Country Christmas

      A slight tabletop tree looks simply angelic trimmed with paper gift wrap bows and topped with a larger ribbon.

    • Paper Panache

      A curled paper tree could be the ultimate in easy decor. Simply glue long strips of colorful paper to a wooden dowel or stake and then roll the paper around a pencil. Gently unroll for a whimsical curl.

    • Visions of Sugar Plums

      Sugared fruit -- real or artificial -- is a pleasing treat to the eye when hung on a small tree. Fill the pot with additional fruit to continue the theme.

    • Snow Queen

      An all-white tree gives off stunning elegance. Get this look by weaving white lights onto a white tree and hanging simple-shape white ornaments, such as the stars used here.

    • Thinking Inside the Box

      A picket fence and watchful Santa make a charming centerpiece for the holiday table. Use the fence to corral your holiday collectibles into a pleasing display.

    • Tea Time

      Plant a tree in a teapot and use it to display a collection of miniature teacups. These ornaments are attached to the tree branches with ribbon threaded through the handles.

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      Who's Got the Button?

      Old buttons wired to a tree create a whimsical look. Get creative and use the same technique to wire beads or old earrings to a tree.

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      Staying in Character

      Get creative with a themed tabletop tree--if you can attach it, it belongs! We nestled pincushions and tape measures in the branches alongside spools of colorful thread.

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      Miniature Cedar Trees

      Pick up some miniature cedar trees (6 to 18 inches tall) at a florist or garden center and place them in decorative pots. Then cover the soil with Spanish moss or green moss and attach ribbons or tiny decorations to the branches.

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      Simply White

      Color-theme trees can make a great statement in a room. This tiny white tree stays simple with only the adornment of white and silver ornaments.

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      Ivy Topiaries

      Purchase live topiary trees from a florist, garden center, or grocery store. Since ivy branches lack the heft of pine trees, use lightweight decorations. Curls of sheer ribbon add to the holiday look but won't make the leaves droop.

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      Silver Spoons

      Three ingredients are all you'll need for these pretty trees: red plaid bows, silver spoons, and artificial red berries. Notice the tree topper made from a spray of three spoons wired to the top branch. Touches of gold in the ribbons add some sparkle to the trees.

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      Mini White Trees

      Three miniature white trees are unadorned with only a few tiny pink ornaments. This allows their shape to be appreciated and creates an airy feel to the room.

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      Cookie Trees

      Pretty cookie trees get a drizzle of snowy frosting. More white on the table, candles, and other decorations makes a harmonious scene for a centerpiece or sideboard.

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      Under the Tree

      Sparkling versions of a holiday tree disguise bottles of cider or wine in one fell swoop. Use pinking shears to cut three 17x17x8-inch triangles from felt. Glue together the edges (leaving the bottom open) and adhere sequins, glitter, or other embellishments.

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      Whimsical Winter

      Put a twist on the holidays by painting traditional holiday symbols in unconventional colors. You may like your new dotted Christmas trees so much you'll keep them up year-round!

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      Leafy Tree

      As paper-thin fresh bay leaves dry, their tips flip every which way. Turned upside down the curling leaves give a fairly good impression of a holiday tree. Pin them onto a form and top with a simple star and wait patiently for the curling to begin. Artificial berries at the base add a pop of color and texture.

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      Sweet Rosemary

      An aromatic alternative to pine, a rosemary tree brings the heady scent of the herb garden indoors for the holidays. In warmer climates, place your tree outside next to the door.

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      Creative Christmas Tree Themes

      Be creative by decorating your Christmas tree with a favorite theme that suits your decorating style or your family's personality. We were inspired by a local festival of trees and have included tips for bringing the looks inside your own Christmas home. Bonus: We've included lighting tips to make your tree shine.
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