One such idea for outdoor Halloween decorations is to decorate a large banner. The banner can be the full length of the door, or only a partial piece of the length. Since door decorations can be particularly inviting or scary, if there are little kids in the neighborhood, try to decorate a banner with something cartoon-ish.
Glitter Pumpkin Topiary. This Halloween craft is probably better for older kids, or small kids with a lot of adult 'help'! Supplies include: three tiny pumpkins (graduated sizes look best) for each child, a terra cotta pot, coat hangers, wire cutters, hot glue gun and Halloween colored paints, glitters, sequins, etc.
Wall, window, and hanging Halloween decorations are light enough to hang with tape or tacks, yet they easily fill a party space with color, a fascinating mix of textures, and visual weight. From kid-friendly pumpkin lanterns and fan garlands to six-foot long banners and creepy clown swirls, you'll find them all here.
Kid-Friendly Halloween Decorations for a Fright-Free Zone. Are you hosting a Halloween party for kids? These family-friendly Halloween decorations feature adorable ghosts, smiling bats, happy jack-o'-lanterns and even pretty black kitties. Cover the walls in posters of cartoon prints and lots of Halloween character cutouts.
A few colorful triangles act as the perfect blank template for your kids to design their creepy Halloween characters, from pumpkins to monsters to owls and even vampires. Just give them the paper and tools and watch their creativity flow. DIY Instructions and Project Credit - Organize&DecorateEverything. Spider Lollipops
Some projects, such as the Halloween Spiders and Creepy Luminaries are perfect for kids, but adults will find they make great decorations for Halloween parties and the porch or mantel. So, if you're looking for some creative adult crafts to make for Halloween, this is a great place to start.