The Cutest (and Spookiest) Halloween Decorations from Target
Whether you prefer your home to look more like a creepy crypt or the perfect spot to monster mash, we've found the best Halloween decorations from Target. Your cart will be full (like always).
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Welcome/out of candy sign
When you hand out the treats that every ghost and ghoul are looking for, you might run out early (now, that’s a scary thought!). Let trick-or-treaters where your candy stash stands with this combination sign ($5): one says “welcome,” the other “out of candy.” Read up on the best new Halloween candy to pass out this year.
Let these sisal pumpkins ($35) light the way this Halloween season. We love these because they’re safe to leave on unattended. If you enjoy classic jack-o-lanterns, though, check out our pumpkin carving tutorial.
Ghost serving tray
Who says Halloween can’t be spooky and glamourous? This shiny, sparkly pumpkin wreath ($20) will add some pizazz to your door. Here are 11 easy DIY Halloween decorations you can complete in less than 30 minutes.
Spooky apothecary jars
Conjur up a sense of humor with this bottle of “I Can’t Believe It’s Not Bat’s Blood!” ($8). Lined up with a few more apothecary jars ($8), you can create a tricky, silly display on your bar cart. Here are our staffer’s best picks for Halloween decorations from Amazon.
Metal beverage tub
Oversized metal tubs are a great way to serve up drinks. Grab this festive one ($10) from Target and fill it with your favorite flavor. Or fill it with candy (you can never have enough this time of year). Next: Don’t miss these spooky Halloween decorations for your kitchen.
Three of the trendiest critters around—a sloth, a unicorn and a dinosaur—got together to dress up for the occasion and are just too cute. Grab this adorable trio ($15) to add to your Halloween decorations. Be sure to check out Pier 1’s newest Halloween decor, too.
Creepy crawly terrarium
House plants are having a bit of a moment right now. Why not liven up your collection with this scary succulent terrarium ($12)? It’d be an adorable outdoor addition, too, just like these easy Halloween porch decoration ideas.
Mini mantle decorations
Target has a whole collection of mini Halloween decorations perfect for outfitting your mantle or bookshelves. This set of mini trick-or-treaters ($8) might be our favorite, but check out this pint-sized haunted house, witchy tombstones and a creepy cemetery—all just $8 each.
Give your front lawn a bit of attention with an illuminated tombstone ($20). It’s a great addition to your outdoor Halloween decorations.
Ever wonder what teal pumpkins on people’s doorsteps are for? These pumpkins indicate to trick-or-treaters that you’re handing out allergy-free treats and toys. Snag one of these from Target ($8) if you plan on distributing allergen-free candy.