We live in the world of Pinterest DIY’s and home decorating shows, so there is no excuse to leave your garage out when it comes to preparing for the holidays. I know what you’re thinking, “that’s just one more thing to add to my to-do list.” But with these quick and easy ideas, it will be less of a chore and more of a fun project to do as a family.
The Garage Door Guys Corp isn’t just your go-to for garage door installation and maintenance needs, we’re also here to help you get in the spooky spirit.
1.Enter at your own risk
This garage door is giving off serious monster house vibes with its creepy fangs ready to gobble up all the trick or treaters this year. Use a black tarp and cut out white fangs with poster board for this simple DIY garage decor. If DIY isn’t your strong suit, there are plenty of premade options available online that just stick to your garage door.
2.Creepy Crawly Spider Web
Keep it simple with streamers or black masking tape to weave your web onto any garage door. Black yarn will do the trick as well. You can use black construction paper to cut out giant spiders, or head over to your local Halloween shop for a bag of spiders.
Black craft foam is easy to cut out. Use a pencil to draw out the design you want on your garage door and then tape up your witchy scene onto your garage door. NO trick or treaters will pass by without getting into a little toil and trouble.
(c) Cindy Wielinski via front-porch-ideas-and-more.com
This quick and easy Frankenstein face is simple to throw together last minute. With paper plate eyes and white tape, you’ll have your garage door ready for a fright. Don’t forget your banner up top for Frankenstein’s hair. These can be bought at a party store, or made with black yarn.
5.Jack The Jack-o-Lantern
Got an old black blanket lying around? This jack-o-lantern is easy to recreate by cutting out the design and taping it to your garage door. Black felt will work too.