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Halloween Lighting and Decorations

Ten Amazing Fun and Spooky Halloween Lighting and Decoration Ideas

Halloween is fast approaching! Illuminated Halloween lighting and decoration ideas offer a warm glow for fall. Welcome trick-or-treaters and guests with some spook-tacular DIY Halloween lighting projects using plug-in and battery operated string lights and tea lights.

Battery Operated Tea Light Mason Jar

Fall Leaf Mason Jars

Stick a battery powered tea light in one of these this gorgeous DIY mason jars from sparkandchemistry.com to create a beautiful centerpiece or add warmth to a window sill.

Gourd String Light Covers

Gourd Light Covers

Grab some small decorative gourds from the garden or market and craft these adorable string lights from marthastewart.com and use them from Halloween to Thanksgiving. All you need are globe string lights and a few basic tools and you’ll have an elegant set of lights to hang on your porch or deck.

Halloween Milk Jug Ghosts

Ghoulish Milk Jug Lights

The kids will love making this simple, inexpensive Halloween DIY project from isavea2z.com using recycled milk jugs and mini lights. Swap out the white lights for some orange, purple or green for a ghoulish glow. Bonus for recycling!

Easy Recycled Halloween Jars

Easy Recycled Halloween Jars

Grab the kids and some old jars and make these absolutely adorable lanterns from according-to-kelly.com. These would be great to line a walkway or driveway or to group on a table or porch. Simply drop in a battery operated tea light and you’re set to go.

Tomato Cage Ghosts with String Lights

Tomato Cage Ghosts

A group of these insanely cute ghosts would be perfect for your porch or yard. This project from craftymisadventures.com is a cheap and easy way to add height to your Halloween display. All you need for this adorably spooky DIY is a white sheet, a couple of strands of white mini lights, scrap fabric, and tomato cages. 

Pumpking Luminarias with String Lights

Pumpkin Luminaries

I love these pumpkin luminaries from thisoldhouse.com. A quick, sophisticated alternative to a traditional carved pumpkin. They can be made with real pumpkins or you could use the artificial ones so that you can enjoy your luminary year after year. Twinkling lights would lend a sparkling effect to this pumpkin project. I can’t wait to try it this season.

Illuminated Pumpkin Topiary

Illuminated Pumpkin Topiary

I can’t wait to try this pumpkin topiary this Halloween from amandajanebrown.com. Using simple string lights and a few pumpkins you can put an elegant twist on a plain ‘ol Jack-O-Lantern (not that I don’t love a classic carved pumpkin). A perfect way to light up your porch.

Light-up princess dress

Light Up Princess Dress

If you’re handy with a sewing machine and have a little spare time you can make this glowing princess dress from so-sew-easy.com. It uses safe LED battery powered mini lights that stay cool to the touch and the illuminated costume will help keep your little princess visible when the sun goes down.

Jellyfish Costume Battery Operated Lights

Light-Up Jellyfish Costume

Make a splash at your Halloween event with this light-up jellyfish costume from designdazzle.com. This cute costume uses a clear umbrella, packing tape, fabric, and battery powered LED mini lights.

Light Up Ghost Costume

Light Up Ghost Costume

Craft a glowing ghost costume for your little trick-or-treater or a larger one for yourself. This DIY from coolest-homemade-costumes.com uses tulle and LED battery powered mini lights to create an eery, illuminated costume to keep your little one visible at night.

Shop Halloween Lighting from Northern Lights and Trees

Northern Lights and Trees has all of the products needed to build these imaginative and fun projects. Shop our website today for the best prices, great personalized customer service and huge selection of everything from Halloween lighting and Christmas Lighting, Christmas Trees and Christmas Decorations.

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