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5 whimsical Halloween decorations to help you haunt up your house

If you can’t bring yourself to get decked out head-to-toe in a costume for Halloween this year, you can — at the very least — deck your halls with spooky delight.

Some 75% of Americans plan to do so this year, according to a study — spending an average of $100 on decorations.

So don’t get left out in the spine-tingling cold. 

HERE’S THE LIST YOU NEED TO FIND BUDGET-FRIENDLY HALLOWEEN COSTUMES AND DECORATIONS

There are whimsical wares to haunt every room of your home, from items that creep up the kitchen to decorations that can turn your living room into a haven for the un-dead. 

You can find them all on Amazon, and they can be delivered to your door in 24 hours if you’re an Amazon Prime member. You can join or start a 30-day free trial to shop.

Check out these five whimsical decorations below to “haunt up” your house this All Hollows Eve. 

Halloween decorations

Check out the whimsical wares listed below to haunt every room of your home this Halloween season.  (iStock)

5 Halloween decorative items

Witch’s Home Rules of the House sign, $6.99 on Amazon

Witch's Home Rules of the House

Check out the Witch’s Home Rules of the House sign — which includes this piece of witch’s wisdom: “Any dust that collects is considered to be magic sprinkles, so there’s no need to remove it.” (Amazon)

Every good witch knows if you plan to enter the coven, you must follow the rules. 

Alert your guests to this beforehand with this hand-crafted wooden sign from Amazon, which includes rules like “no broomstick riding inside the house” and “guests may not be turned into frogs.”

Creepy Carriage Wallflowers Plug-In, $59.99 on Amazon

Creepy Carriage Wallflowers Plug-In

This Creepy Carriage Wallflowers Plug-In is available on Amazon. (Amazon)

Decorations that do double duty? 

Yes, please! 

We’re already obsessed with wallflowers plug-ins that add fragrant aroma to every room, especially those that double as home decor. 

Take this creepy carriage plug-in, which lights up to illuminate your space with various spooky surprises. 

Skeleton in Milk Bath Candle, $30 on Amazon

Skeleton in Milk Bath

This Skeleton in Milk Bath Candle, $30 on Amazon, is available just in time for Halloween. It’s a non-toxic soy wax candle.  (Amazon)

Skeletons are working overtime this time of year and need their fair share of self-care, too!

Enter this kitschy candle portraying a skeleton taking a milk bath surrounded by rose petals. 

The non-toxic soy wax candle makes a unique addition to your Halloween bathroom decor — or a great hostess gift for that spooky holiday soirée. 

Venus Fly Trap Plant, $22.39 on Amazon

Venus Fly Trap

Venus Fly Trap Plant, available on Amazon, $22.39. Not just a regular old houseplant, this one is adorned with Venus fly traps, complete with creepy teeth. Fabric leaves and vines complete the look. (Amazon)

Guests will do a double-take when they pass by this ghoulish display. 

Not just a regular old houseplant, this one is adorned with Venus fly traps, complete with creepy teeth. Fabric leaves and vines complete the look, including tall tendrils that clutch little bones. 

The artificial fly trap plant comes in a resin pedestal planter designed to look like stone, complete with a carved-looking skull and vine accents around the sides for a spooky finish. Don’t get too close, or you might get bitten! 

Skeleton French Bulldog, $51 on Amazon

skeleton dog

This freakish-looking French bulldog skeleton, available on Amazon, has a bite worse than its bark.  (Amazon)

The Frenchie lover in your life is in for a frightening treat. 

This freakish-looking French bulldog statue has a bite worse than its bark. 

The plastic prop showcases a realistic model of a French bulldog skeleton to add a fun pop of kitsch to your spooky display. 

Try placing it on your front porch or on a table in your entryway to greet (or deter) trick-or-treaters and party guests.

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Jené Luciani Sena is a contributing lifestyle reporter for Fox News Digital. 

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