I got the fabric pumpkins at Target for $2.50. My niece brought the small pumpkins over with stickers for the kids. Little Bit tore all her stickers off. I keep finding them all over the house.
This pumpkin was purchased when we visited a local pumpkin patch. We bought two pumpkins and hayride tickets for $9. I found the Happy Harvest sign at Hobby Lobby for $4.99. It was on sale for half off.
I picked this banner up at Target. It's hanging above the windows in our kitchen. I don't remember how much I paid for it, but it was inexpensive.
I bought window clings at Dollar Tree. I bought three pages for $3. These are also in the kitchen.
This is our mantle in the living room. I didn't have a lot of space to work with since our flat screen sits up there.
Miss Witchypants was $1 at Dollar Tree.
Mr. Frankenstein Face was also $1.
Here's the other set of fabric pumpkins I grabbed at Target for $2.50.
This is the other pumpkin we purchased at the pumpkin patch.
These candy dishes were in the dollar bins at Target. Score!
These towels were also in the dollar bins at Target. They came as a set. Little Bit takes them down all the time. I find them in the oddest places.
Can I just say how much I love the dollar bins at Target? This cute Halloween rug was also only ONE DOLLAR. Little Bit runs off with this too.
This is our front door. The witch was $4.99 at Target. When I turn the outside light on at night, she kind of glows because she's glittery. I also put a couple of window clings up there to keep her company.
Here's a closer look.
So that is how I decorated my house for Halloween on a budget. I think it turned out pretty good... simple, but nice. Now, I'm off to clean my dirty house so I can get ready for Little Man's birthday party tomorrow. I'm expecting 33 people. Please pray for me.