18 Haunting Halloween Window Decorations for a Spooktacular Home Transformation

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Look no further if you’re looking for some Halloween window decoration inspiration! This blog post will showcase 18 amazing Halloween window decorations that will make your house stand out from the rest. 

These decorations are spooky, festive, and perfect for the Halloween spirit. So whether you’re looking to add a little bit of Halloween flair to your windows or just starting to decorate and need some ideas, check out these amazing Halloween window decorations!

Window Clings

Window clings are a fun and easy way to decorate your windows for Halloween. You can find them in various shapes and sizes, making them easy to apply and remove. For example, you can find window clings shaped like ghosts, bats, spiders, and more.

You can even create your window clings if you want to get creative. All you need is some clear contact paper and a sharpie. Simply trace the outline of your desired shape onto the contact paper and cut it out. Then, apply the contact paper to your window, and you’re done!

Another great thing about window clings is that they can be reused yearly. So, if you want to save some money on your Halloween decorations, window clings are a great option.

Hanging Pumpkins

Pumpkins always make for great window decorations, and they can be hung in all sorts of creative ways. You could try painting them different colors or carving them into fun shapes. You could even put a string of lights inside of them for a truly spooky effect!

If you want to go all out, you could try hanging a giant pumpkin from your ceiling! This would make your house stand out on Halloween night.

Hanging Ghost

Ghosts are one of the most popular symbols of Halloween, so it makes sense to incorporate them into your decor. This hanging ghost decoration is easy to make and adds a spooky touch to your home.

First, you’ll need a white sheet to make this window decoration. Cut the sheet into a ghost shape, and then use black felt to create the eyes and mouth. Next, cut a small hole in the top of the ghost’s head.

Thread a piece of string through the hole, and then tie it to a suction cup. Stick the suction cup to your window, and your ghost will be ready to haunt your home!

What’s great about this decoration is that it’s easy to make and can be reused yearly. Plus, it’s a great way to get your kids involved in decorating!

Window Posters

Posters are a great way to decorate your windows for Halloween. You can find posters of all sizes online or at your local party store.

 If you want to get creative, you can even make your posters. All you need is black construction paper, white paint, and a little imagination. Just cut out some Halloween shapes from the black paper and glue them onto the window. Then, use the white paint to add some spooky details.

Window Light

Lights are an essential part of any Halloween display and can be used in various ways. One unique way to use them is to string them up in your windows. This will give your home an eerie glow that will catch the attention of anyone who passes by.

You can use any type of light for this, but LED lights are a good option because they are energy-efficient and long-lasting. If you want to make your windows stand out, use lights of different colors. This will add an extra layer of interest to your display.

Check out these easy-to-install Halloween window lights.

Window Decals

Decals are another way to decorate your windows for Halloween without having to worry about taking them down later. You can find decals of ghosts, bats, and other Halloween creatures that will look great in your windows from Amazon. If you want to get creative, you can create your decals!

Also, decals can be reused yearly, so they are a great option if you want to save money on your Halloween decorations. So you can simply store them away after Halloween and use them again next year.

Halloween Window Curtains

Halloween window curtains are a great way to add spooky flair to your home. You can find these curtains in various colors and styles, so you can easily find a pair that will match your Halloween decor. If you want to make your windows stand out, you can hang some Halloween-themed curtains in front of them.

Luminous Peeping Eye Stickers

Eye stickers are a must for any Halloween display; luminous peeping eyes take it to the next level. They’ll add an eerie glow to your windows, making it look like something is watching from the inside. Get them here.

Eye stickers will come in handy for other Halloween decorations as well. You can use them to make luminous jack-o’-lanterns or put them on ghosts to make them look even more spooky.

This is a great decoration if you want to add some extra scares to your Halloween display. Just be sure to place them high enough so people can’t reach them and pull them down.

Cat Eyes Window Poster

Cat eyes scare away any burglars or prowlers that might be eyeing your home on Halloween night. You can find these spooky posters at most party stores. Simply tape them to the inside of your windows and turn off the lights for an eerie glow. If you want to get creative, try making your own cat eyes with some black construction paper and a Sharpie.

Just cut out two ovals, draw on the pupils, and tape them to the inside of your windows. Again, turn off the lights for the full effect. This window decoration is easy, inexpensive, and will make your house stand out on Halloween night.

Reaching Hands Wall Decor

Hands symbolize so much on Halloween. They can be used to create creepy crawly scenes or add an elegant touch to your decor. This Reaching Hands Wall Decor is a great way to add a little bit of both. The black hands are made of metal and have an aged look that will add to the overall effect of your Halloween decorations.

Haunted Window Boards

Window boards are a great way to add an extra dimension to your Halloween decorations. This set of Haunted Window Boards comes with four different boards that you can use to create a spooky scene. The boards are made of cardboard and printed with a haunted house scene. You can use them to create a backdrop for your Halloween party, or you can use them to decorate your front porch.

Paper Spider Silhouette Decor

This is probably one of the simplest yet most effective Halloween window decorations. All you need is some black construction paper and a pair of scissors. Cut out a few spider shapes and tape them to your windows. If you want to get creative, you can add some red eyes to make them extra spooky.

DIY Witch Hat Window Clings

DIY witch-hat window clings are perfect if you want to add a touch of whimsy to your Halloween decorations. They’re easy to make and look great on windows of all sizes. All you need is some black craft foam, a hot glue gun, and a few other supplies. Then just follow the tutorial to create your witch hats.

Bat Stained Glass Suncatcher

Suncatchers are a great way to decorate your windows for Halloween without spending a lot of money or time. A bat suncatcher is made with black construction paper and other simple materials. It’s an easy project that kids will love to help with.

Miniature Pumpkins

Miniature pumpkins are the perfect way to add a touch of autumn to your home and make great Halloween decorations too!

Add a few to your windowsills or shelves, and they’ll instantly transform your space into a spooky haven. How? Well, it’s all in the eerie lighting that they create. When the sun shines through them, it casts an eerie glow, perfect for setting the mood on Halloween night.

And, if you want to get creative, you can even use them as candle holders! Just hollow out the center of each pumpkin and insert a small tea light. Instant spooky ambiance!

Hanging Bats

Hanging bats are another great way to add spooky decoration to your home without going too crazy. These bats can be found at most Halloween party stores and can be hung in windows or from the ceiling. So if you’re looking for a simple way to add Halloween flair to your home, hanging bats are the way to go!

Jack-O-Lantern Suncatcher

This is a great decoration for kids because it is not too scary but still festive. You can buy a suncatcher kit at any craft store and let your kids get creative with painting the jack-o-lantern face. Simply adhere the suncatcher to the window with suction cups.

Jack-o-lantern suncatcher is also good for those who live in apartments and cannot have real pumpkins. It’s a fun decoration that can brighten up any window and is easy to make! You only need a suncatcher kit, some paint, and suction cups.

Shades Of Ghosts

Shades are one of the most popular windows for privacy and energy efficiency treatments. But they can also add a touch of spookiness to your home décor! This easy-to-make decoration can feature ghosts made from white tissue paper. Simply adhere the ghosts to your window shades with double-sided tape and enjoy the spooky effect!

If you want to get into the Halloween spirit, try making ghosts of different sizes and shapes. You can add some black construction paper eyes and mouths to make them look even more menacing. Try hanging a few ghosts from the ceiling above your windows for an extra touch of terror!

Check out these Halloween shades of ghosts.


There are many ways you can decorate your windows for Halloween. With a little creativity and some craft supplies, you can easily transform your windows into spooky, festive works of art! Check out more Halloween decor items from our collection at Callie! 

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