10 Halloween decorations under £10
Get your home ready for trick or treating with these cheap Halloween decorations that won’t cause nightmares for your bank balance. 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 2021.
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1. Bat backdrop
This bat-shaped Halloween curtain from gingerray.co.uk (£7.99) is perfect for a spooktacular party. Simply hang the shiny black fringe curtain on walls or even doors for your guests to walk through. Each curtain is 100cm wide by 220cm high.
2. Frightening fairy lights
Wrap round your bannister, hang round your TV or decorate your garden with these ghosty fairy lights from Lights4fun (£5.99). They’ll instantly bring the creepy atmosphere to your home, and you can use them year on year.
3. Black cat balloons
These DIY cat-face balloons from gingerray.co.uk (£3.99) make a frightful addition to any Halloween party. The DIY element – stick on the iridescent ears and whiskers yourself at home – adds a fun five-minute craft element too. Each pack contains five balloons. You can also get bat and ghost balloons!
4. Scary sipping
Drink up your creepy cocktails in style with this skeleton face cup from B&M (£1.99). Whether you’re drinking a fruit squash or something stronger, it’s guaranteed to make it taste extra-terrifying.
5. Ghoulish glow
Just like candles and tealights, a projector light from Next (£8) in a dark room will instantly give a Halloween vibe to your home. It’s perfect for parties, indoor cinema screenings of horror films, or just making your abode a bit more scary!
6. Petrifying placemats
Set up your Halloween tablescape with these quirky placemats from Next (£8)! They’re bound to impress children and adults alike and the black pattern will add just the right of spooky to your dining scheme. Serve up some frightening food with these Halloween-inspired recipes.
7. Perfect pumpkin
Yes, we all love carving our own pumpkin, but they don’t last forever! This ceramic pumpkin ornament from Homesense (£6.99) will look great for many Halloween celebrations to come.
8. Pumpkin pillow
Bring the spooky season into your interiors by adding scatter cushions. This simple pumpkin cushion from George at Asda (£8) instantly gives autumnal, Halloween-inspired vibes, but the simple design means it will fit nicely into your existing scheme.
9. Spooky sparkle
Adding faux and colourful pumpkins around the home has been an emerging Halloween decoration trend over the last few years. This year, Homesense has taken it to the next level with their sparkly white pumpkin ornaments (£9.99), adding a seasonal sparkle to the quintessential Halloween decoration.
10. Terrifying tea light
Switch off the main lights in your home and add candles and tealights to instantly bring a darkened mood to the proceedings. The collection of Halloween tealights from John Lewis are ideal for dotting around a Halloween tablescape, or for setting up your shelfie.
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