Halloween Window Clings: 2021 marks the return of Halloween, and there are a lot of ways to get into the holiday spirit. You can make outdoor Halloween decorations and Halloween crafts, decorate your front porch with pumpkins, or even host a scary Halloween movie marathon.
In the meantime, if you’re in the mood for something a little less time-consuming, you’ll like these simple, fuss-free Halloween window décor ideas, which will all help you add a festive touch to your home from the inside out. They will be easily spotted by passersby from across the street. Furthermore, while it is fun to create a few fall porch décor DIYs, it is even more fun to welcome the spirit of the holiday into your home.
This is such an easy way to accomplish that with the creepy window clings found here. Whether you’re looking for a glow-in-the-dark spiderweb, a few paper bat cut-outs, or something less scary, you’re likely to find it here. Almost all of these items are re-usable, so you can hang or stick them back up and use them again next fall!
Make use of your windows to get into the Halloween spirit and to creep out (or delight!) your neighbors. This is the perfect place for decals that leave an eerie, shadowy glow. You can also add a whole host of other decorations to your windows such as Halloween lights, menacing posters, and even creepy 3D characters.
Here are the coolest and creepiest window decorations you can display this Halloween, from bats to bloody handprints to friendly ghosts and giant spiders. The picks shown here are all under $20, so they’re great if you’re decorating on a budget.
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One word: zombies. You can never go wrong with them, and these cutouts are sure to creep out anyone who sees them—especially from a distance. Place them right in front of your windows for all passersby to see.
Everyone who passes your house will be weirded out by these giant cat eyes staring back at them. You can easily cut the posters to fit your windows, and they’re translucent for a backlit tinge of creepiness.