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Who knows what All Hallows Eve will look like this year, but one thing’s for sure: You can have an awesome entryway, even if trick-or-treaters don’t come to your stoop (more candy for you anyway, right?). These Halloween door decorations will boost your spirits—and make for one heck of a ‘gram—but the best part? You don’t have to be a Martha Stewart-caliber crafter to tackle any of them. In fact, some are as simple as clicking “add to cart.” Consider it our treat to you.

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1. Bring on the Zombie…Flamingos?

Oversized, cartoony spiders and skeleton flamingos are a lighthearted take on the typical undead theme come Halloween. See how Elsie Larson of A Beautiful Mess sets a whimsically spooky vibe, then borrow some of her ideas to outfit your space.

2. Line Your Walk with ‘Graveside Garland’

Trailing vines, ferns and the occasional skull set an otherworldly tone to your front door. Paired with a gauzy apparition and a matching wreath, the effect is haunting, not horrifying.

BUY IT ($130)

3. Welcome Guests to Hogwarts

Just because your letter to Hogwarts never arrived doesn’t mean you can’t pretend that you’re a witch or wizard about to board the Hogwarts Express. Just flank this door sticker with a couple of pennants for your favorite house—and maybe a cage with a faux owl in it, if you’re feeling extra—and you’re good to go. (Pro tip: If you’re placing this decal on an exterior door, be sure to order the laminated sticker, so it can withstand rain and humidity.)

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4. Add a Plethora of Pumpkins

Bring the pumpkin patch to you. These can be a mix of real and faux pumpkins in varying sizes, and for the biggest impact, only decorate about a third of them. The carved and painted styles will draw your eye to the door without making the space look too cluttered and chaotic.

5. Give Them a Sign

No, not one from the Great Beyond—a reminder of what month it is, because who can even keep track anymore?! This oversized sign and a gourd are all you need to dress up your front door.

BUY IT ($75)

6. Pay Homage to Your Favorite Not-So-Scary Movie

Oogie Boogie looks downright huggable in this tribute to Tim Burton’s The Nightmare Before Christmas.

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7. Or DIY That Tribute

If you have a white door, you can easily recreate Jack Skellington’s smiling face by cutting his eyes, mouth and nostrils out of black construction paper and taping it to the door. Wait, your door’s green? Try Frankenstein.

8. Try an Understated Monogram

You want to get into the spirit but you’re not all into skulls and cobwebs? We hear you. This wooden monogram door hanger adds a personal touch, and you can keep it up all fall long.

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9. Darken your door with a lace overlay

Cotton-y faux cobwebs aren’t for everyone. This black lace curtain is a less fussy—and more elegant—way to make an impact, fast (and without spending a ton). Look closely, and you’ll see bats, spiders and jack o’ lanterns hidden throughout the design.

$8 at AMAZON

10. Make It a Banner Day

Frame your door with everyone’s favorite saying this time of year. The banners are made out of heavy-duty polyester, so they can withstand the elements. Oh, and they’re available on Prime, which is particularly great if All Hallows Eve kinda creeped up on you.

$11 at Amazon

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11. Skew Sweet Over Spooky

Sugar & Cloth’s Ashley Rose used fern wreaths and gauze to create an eerie-meets-ethereal entryway. The look is understated, yet the more you stare at it, the more fun surprises catch your eye (see the unicorn skeleton?!). Check out her full post here.

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Hay bales and bundles of corn stalks will give your home a harvest vibe, even if you’re living in a brownstone in the middle of the city.

13. Let Your Garage Door Make a Statement

Your garage door takes up more real estate, so if you really want to set a spooky vibe—and with minimal effort—hang up this mural. If you’re all, “spiders! Why does it have to be spiders?!” know that it doesn’t have to be: Wayfair sells pumpkin, mummy and zombie murals too.

BUY IT ($160)

14. Set Things Off on the Right Foot

Set the tone right as you wipe those autumn leaves off your feet with a fun doormat. This nod to The Shining looks classy, yet it’ll still send shivers down people’s spines. To really kick things up a notch, you can add a “Here’s Johnny” decal to your wall, making it look like Jack Nicholson’s uh, just dropping by, and add a Room 237 door hanger.

$21 at AMAZON

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15. Stick a Spider on It

You’re all about that low-effort life, and Halloween is no exception. We feel you. A pair of mums are the perfect flower to flank your doorway to channel fall, and a giant spider plopped right on the door shows you tried. And that your exterminator’s got his work cut out for him.

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