8 spooky Halloween decorations for under £10
Get your home ready for Halloween with these spooky decorations that won’t cause nightmares for your bank balance.
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While you may not be able to host an extravagant party this year, it doesn’t mean you can’t decorate your home for Halloween – if anything it’s an excuse to amp up the decorations for 2020.
Check out our top spooky picks, which are all under £10, yet make for dramatic Halloween décor.
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Foil letter balloons are a big decorating trend and this black ‘Boo’ balloon is only a £1! Drape across your entranceway for a scary welcoming.
Adorn your front door with this metallic pumpkin wreath from Aldi. Not only will it add some Halloween cheer to your home but it’ll be sure to make your neighbours smile too.
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Think outside the box and decorate your own Halloween-themed tree this year. We’re huge fans of these Day of the Dead-inspired skull decorations. Or, you could always hang them either side of a window or mantelpiece for some much-needed Halloween spookiness!
Theme your treats table this Halloween with a cobweb printed table runner from Wilko for just £2. It’s also a super handy way to catch any stains or spillages that may occur from oozy Halloween drinks and treats, so you won’t have to worry about ruining your best table linen.
How adorable is this Halloween-themed tumbler? Buy this for you and your close friends and family to get your gathering truly started.
Neon signs are all the rage so invest in a pumpkin-themed design for just £8 from Sainsbury’s Home! This would make the perfect centrepiece for any Halloween table or cocktail trolley.
Be chic this Halloween with this gorgeous salt and pepper set from Next. This functional decoration will be useful all year round and will make any dining table feel warm and autumnal.
Whether you’re opting for spooky jelly shots or something a bit more lethal in your glass, this novelty skull shot glass holder is a fun idea for entertaining. It’s only £5, and it’s a Halloween accessory that you can bring out year after year,
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