Today I'm sharing with you my spooky door Halloween decorations!

spooky door Halloween decorations

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 I am so excited for Halloween!  It's always been one of my favorite Holidays.  As a little kid I loved getting dressed up and going trick or treating.  As I got older, my love of Halloween continued to grow...I still loved getting dressed up and going to Halloween parties.  And now, I love getting excited with my little 3 year old about his costume and going trick or treating.  But the most fun is decorating for Halloween like this spooky door.

Last week I mentioned that my neighbors and I are having a Halloween front door decorating contest.  So, although I have my kitchen and downstairs bathroom all decked too, I thought I would share the front of our space with you today.  
a dollar tree Halloween wreath for decorating a spooky door

The judging was actually today, but we won't find out who won until Friday.  Even without the contest, this is exactly how I would have decorated anyway.  I picked up a bunch of my Halloween decorations from Dollar Tree. I started with the spiderwebs and Zombie Outbreak tape.  Then I added the wreath I made, then came the skull door knocker.  Next I added the black and white mesh ribbon around the door, followed by the leaf garland.  Finally, I added the lights around the door frame.  I love it, and the door is not too scary for my little guy.

Once the front door was done, I felt like our front window looked a little naked.  So, I made another wreath that doesn't match the front door's but it "goes" together.  I also made the banner and the luminary bags with my Cricut Machine.  Of course, I also had to add some more lights around the window.

a diy Halloween wreath on a wondow

Sorry this picture is a little blurry, but here is what the front looked like at night.

a spooky door as Halloween front porch decorations

A close up of the window.

a diy Halloween wreath on a window

I'm so ready for trick or treaters 🙂  I already have my Halloween themed Pandora station picked out, now I just need to go buy some candy!


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