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The Cutest (and Spookiest) Halloween Decorations from Target

Whether you prefer your home to look more like a creepy crypt or the perfect spot to monster mash, we've found the best Halloween decorations from Target. Your cart will be full (like always).

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Welcome/out of candy sign

When you hand out the treats that every ghost and ghoul are looking for, you might run out early (now, that’s a scary thought!). Let trick-or-treaters where your candy stash stands with this combination sign ($5): one says “welcome,” the other “out of candy.” Read up on the best new Halloween candy to pass out this year.

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Skeleton drink dispenser

If you’re serving up devilishly good drinks at this year’s monster mash, serve them up in style. This glass drink dispenser ($35) makes a scary good centerpiece. Get Halloween drink ideas and easy recipes here.

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Light-up pumpkins

Let these sisal pumpkins ($35) light the way this Halloween season. We love these because they’re safe to leave on unattended. If you enjoy classic jack-o-lanterns, though, check out our pumpkin carving tutorial.

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Ghost serving tray

Making scary good treats this Halloween? Serve them up on this spooky ghost platter ($6). Get our best Halloween recipes here.

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Jack-o-lantern wreath

Who says Halloween can’t be spooky and glamourous? This shiny, sparkly pumpkin wreath ($20) will add some pizazz to your door. Here are 11 easy DIY Halloween decorations you can complete in less than 30 minutes.

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Spooky apothecary jars

Conjur up a sense of humor with this bottle of “I Can’t Believe It’s Not Bat’s Blood!” ($8). Lined up with a few more apothecary jars ($8), you can create a tricky, silly display on your bar cart. Here are our staffer’s best picks for Halloween decorations from Amazon.

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Metal beverage tub

Oversized metal tubs are a great way to serve up drinks. Grab this festive one ($10) from Target and fill it with your favorite flavor. Or fill it with candy (you can never have enough this time of year). Next: Don’t miss these spooky Halloween decorations for your kitchen.

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“Foolish mortals” sign

Welcome your favorite foolish mortals to your crypt with this sign ($7). Make them feel at home inside with these creepy (but delish) Halloween snacks.

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Spiderweb tablecloth

Make any Halloween spread look a bit more beguiling with this lacy spiderweb tablecloth ($10). It’s the perfect foundation for your ghoulish gettogether. Get Halloween dinner party menu ideas here.

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Costumed critters

Three of the trendiest critters around—a sloth, a unicorn and a dinosaur—got together to dress up for the occasion and are just too cute. Grab this adorable trio ($15) to add to your Halloween decorations. Be sure to check out Pier 1’s newest Halloween decor, too.

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Creepy crawly terrarium

House plants are having a bit of a moment right now. Why not liven up your collection with this scary succulent terrarium ($12)? It’d be an adorable outdoor addition, too, just like these easy Halloween porch decoration ideas.

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Mini mantle decorations

Target has a whole collection of mini Halloween decorations perfect for outfitting your mantle or bookshelves. This set of mini trick-or-treaters ($8) might be our favorite, but check out this pint-sized haunted house, witchy tombstones and a creepy cemetery—all just $8 each.

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Lit tombstone

Give your front lawn a bit of attention with an illuminated tombstone ($20). It’s a great addition to your outdoor Halloween decorations.

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Fabric vulture

Is it just us or is this a little cute and creepy? Perch a fabric vulture ($8) or two atop your mantle for an extra scare. This easy Halloween candle holder DIY would make an excellent pairing.

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Teal pumpkin

Ever wonder what teal pumpkins on people’s doorsteps are for? These pumpkins indicate to trick-or-treaters that you’re handing out allergy-free treats and toys. Snag one of these from Target ($8) if you plan on distributing allergen-free candy.

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Lisa Kaminski
Lisa is an editor at Taste of Home where she gets to embrace her passion for baking. She pours this love of all things sweet (and sometimes savory) into Bakeable, Taste of Home's baking club. At home, you'll find her working on embroidery and other crafts.
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