Super simple Monster door - Minimalistic Halloween decor


Project time:  10 Minutes

Cost: >$10

Difficulty: Simple

Materials: Large Googly Eyes + Piece of Cardboard or Black Cardstock + Black Plastic Garbage Bag + Scotch Tape + Scissors + Command Strips

Finished product: Super simple Halloween door decor

Use ideas: Backdrop for Halloween Party, Simple Halloween Front Door Decor, Easy Halloween Classroom Door

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Making things festive has a way of drawing you into life’s little moments. You can’t help but think about the season you’re celebrating; where you were the previous year, where you are now, or where you’re hoping to be!

I’m not sure this is the craft for seasonal reflection honestly - it’s pretty quick! But hopefully it brings you some joy in it’s simplicity!


1) Cut a rectangle mouth from your cardboard. Size depends on the space you’re decorating, mine was about 12” by 6”.


3) Wrap the cardboard mouth in a black garbage bag, and tape it securely. I used a garbage bag to wrap the cardboard so it wouldn’t just wilt in Florida’s humidity. If you are planning on using this face indoors, or if you live in a state that actually has fall, you might be able to get away with using black cardstock!


4) Using your command stickies, paste the mouth and eyes to your door - and Hooray! You’ve got a super simple, super cute monster face to greet your little neighborhood tricksters!


PS. If you’re looking for some more Halloween DIY, check out these favorites from last year! Indie Band Costume Ideas + Mummy Candle Holders


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