These scary Halloween Planter Ideas can add an eerie touch up to your Halloween decorations!
1. Scary Terracotta Plant Pots
A nerve-racking twist to standard terracotta pots can be a way to add a spooky decor to your indoor garden. The unique face features can attract a lot of people to admire your creativity. Follow it here.
2. DIY Skull Planter
Get a resin skull, or to make this craft easier, a styrofoam or cardboard skull and start making this DIY planter.
3. Creepy Doll Head Planters
Transform beautiful dolls into creepy planters for your eerie Halloween and Holiday tabletop decoration. Visit DIY Network to find out more.
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4. Skull Planter DIY
Placing this bizarre planter in your home with some mounted insects can give a boost to your Halloween decor. If you don’t find a skull planter like the one in the image, make one for yourself. Get the details here.
5. Pumpkin Plant Pots
Black cats and pumpkins with a wicked smile are the ideal contenders to accompany your halloween decor. Combine a few clay pots, paintbrushes, and paints to recreate this idea.
6. DIY Skull Planter
Grab some basic supplies from your nearest store to start this project. Watch the tutorial here.
7. Concrete Planters
This planter has the ability to stand alone among a set of other planters and scare you. A little bit of paint can make it more interesting for sure! Visit eHow for the instructions.
8. Animal Skull Planter
Animals skulls too can be a good choice for Halloween decor at a budget. Fill the skull with potting soil and plant your plants. Succulents and air plants work best for this idea.
9. DIY Skull Cactus Planter
Unlike other scary Halloween planter ideas in this list, this DIY makes use of a skull and a pot, both. Look here for the steps.
10. DIY Coffin Table Planter
This haunting Halloween coffin table planter is enough to give goosebumps to anyone sitting around it. Here’s the project.
11. Mini Pumpkin Planters
Learn how to make these scary rose gold DIY Halloween planters to plant succulents in this DIY article.