Halloween Office Decorations (And The Cutest Thing In the World)

Halloween Office Decorations (And The Cutest Thing In the World)

Get into the #Halloween spirit with these funky decorations, and bring them to life with office supplies lying around your desk. Perfect for an #OfficeParty and creating a bit of midnight mischief!

Whether you want to spookify your workplace or haunt-up your home, these Halloween decorations are easy to make and don’t require any expensive materials. Which ones take your fancy?

Toilet Paper Spiders

Do you want to terrify someone when they’re at their most vulnerable? Would you laugh heartily at the sound of shrieking coming from the men’s loo? Then you’ll want to make these toilet paper spiders. All you need is a Sharpie, a bit of patience and evil glint in your eye.

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Spider Webs

Turn your workplace into a giant spider’s lair with these enormous webs. It’s amazing what you can create with a refuse bag, a pair of scissors and a little ingenuity. And it’s also amazing what an arachnophobic boss will agree to if he’s locked inside his office and you have the key. Anyone fancy a raise?

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Scary Fridge

Give your office fridge a frightfully good makeover with just a bit of black velvet paper. There’s nothing sinister about this decoration, it’s simply a neat way of making something look cool. (And it’s much easier to hide a miniature spy camera on a black background if you’re trying to catch the office’s food thief. Just sayin’.)
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Hungry Bin

This one requires a teensy bit more effort, but it’s well worth it. With just some white paper and a red Sharpie, you can have the meanest bin the office. And if you really want to get into the #Halloween mood, why not roar each time you throw something away? Who said recycling can’t be fun?

(By the way, this could be a great way to teach kids how to tidy up. Or husbands.)

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Mummy Door

As you can see, it’s a super simple design, but it works really well, and you just need some toilet tissue and black paper (left over from the fridge).

Maybe you could create a series of doors, with different monsters for different departments. The Mummy can go to HR because they look after people. Frankenstein’s monster can go to IT because they’re always dealing with electricity and nuts and bolts. And Dracula can go to security, because they always work nights.

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And finally, the cutest thing in the world…

Yes. That’s it. I’m declaring a Rule. From now on, every office has to have a #porcupine at Halloween.

 

What have been your most memorable Halloween decorations? Let us know in the comments. The best reply wins our undying envy . (See what we did there?)

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  2. Helen K at 10:36 am

    That porcupine makes the cutest sound in the world, I officially want one. Great ideas for decor, love the spider on the loo paper, sneaky!!!

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