Spooky Halloween Accessories 2012 Ideas

Who said Halloween has to hamper your home decor? From the store to your door, try these easy ideas for celebrating the spooky season in style.

Grim Grinning Ghosts

Lit from within, these burlap ghosts can add a surprisingly whimsical feel to a ghoulish holiday.

Make It Miniature

Handcrafted from natural materials such as tree bark and wood chips, this set of brush ornaments is eco-friendly, biodegradable and a great choice for limited spaces.

A Gorgeous Glow

This stunning pair of pumpkin candleholders is a true work of art. Hand-welded from hand-forged sheet metal, they’re simple to light; just pop in the votive candles and enjoy the glow.

A Not-So-Tangled Web

Warning: Real spiders will be very jealous. With 100 glass lights set over a natural twig and handwoven rattan frame, this twig spider web is the prettiest web we’ve ever seen.

Pretty Paper

Get into the spooky spirit with these spider and skeleton paper lanterns. They’re perfect as a pair, or create a cluster for a more dramatic look.

All Lit Up

When you’ve had your fill of pumpkins and ghosts, try adding some decorative Halloween twigs to the front porch. This set of 5-foot twigs comes pre-lit with 50 orange mini-lights already in place.

Creepy Crawly

Look out! This giant spider measures 6 feet across, making him larger than most trick-or-treaters. And if his size doesn’t cause a spooky scene, the flashing red eyes certainly will.

The Perfect Pumpkin

Fool guests with this faux pumpkin that mirrors the size, color and texture of an actual pumpkin, and is complete with a spider carving.