Halloween Lights

An Enchanting Glow...

Halloween Lights

Escape into an enchanted world where ghosts and goblins come out to play and all things spooky roam...

You know that house in your neighborhood, the one with the mesmerizing display full of amazing purple, green and amber lights, ghostly decor and fun animation? We've put together a collection of our spookiest Halloween string lights and decor so you can transform your home this October and become that house everyone is talking about! If you have a passion for Halloween and a love for all things fun, we invite you to explore our selection of long lasting, energy efficient LED Halloween lights in vivid orange, green and purple! Or, enjoy the ghostly glow of incandescent halloween mini lights, and animated decorations sure to intrigue and inspire!

Halloween Lights and Decorations
Create an electric forest with Halloween light wrapped trees!

Spooky Electric Forest

Create a spellbinding scene by wrapping Halloween lights in your trees to create an eye-popping haunted forest. This kind of display is increasingly popular because it adds a new twist to the look and feel of Halloween. Not only are purple, green and orange light wrapped trees a unique Halloween decorating idea, but Trick or Treaters will love the colorful glow!

To create the electric forest shown here, we used a mix of combo-color and single color LED Halloween lights, which are listed below. If you need tips on wrapping your trees with Halloween lights visit our Tree Wrapping Guide.

Halloween Lights for Wrapping Trees

Ideas to Enhance your Enchanted Forest

  • Set up a fog machine on Halloween night, the LED lights mingling with the fog will create a spectacularly eerie glow.
  • Hang ghostly figures, bats, spider webs or witches hats from tree branches.
  • Make a playlist of spooky sounds to play near your forest
  • To add even more light, wrap nearby bushes with coordinating Halloween net lights.

Halloween Decorating

Wickedly Fun Halloween Lights Ideas

To help spark your creative side, we've provided a few of our favorite Halloween decorating and DIY ideas below featuring the season's signature light colors.

  • Outline decorations by wrapping green and purple lights around fake spiders, cauldrons, bats or cats!
  • Stake flicker flame bulbs along a walkway to serve as a helpful guide for Trick-or-Treaters.
  • Create a playful porch display by hanging pom poms and streamers from a string of amber lights, or set a spooky tone with purple LED bulbs and spider webs!
  • Hang purple, orange and green starlight spheres across the porch or from tree branches.
  • Tap into your creative side with battery operated lights for DIY projects! Wrap a Halloween themed wreath, illuminate an enchanting table setting or mantel display and even create a lighted Halloween scene in a jar or shadowbox.
  • Hang Halloween themed icicle lights along a fence or across the porch.

3 Spooky Halloween Lighted Branch Decorations

Our Halloween lighted branch decorations include a glowing spider, an enchanted eyeball bowl and spooky trees! We used a 3pc green starburst lighted branch to make these fun DIY Halloween decorations. The 3pc lighted branches are connected, so you can either make 3 of the same design or each one can be different to create a fun tabletop, mantle or outdoor display!

To Make Starburst Spider Decorations

  1. For this DIY lighted branch project, you'll need a 9-12 inch tinsel spider or other spider decoration.
  2. Place your starburst stem down
  3. Separate the lighted branches equally with half on the left and half on the right of the stem
  4. Bend each branch into a long Z shape to form "legs". The "foot" of each leg should touch the ground and be even with the other legs.
  5. Bend inward or remove the legs from your tinsel spider (don't worry, your spider will love his fancy new legs!)
  6. Place the spider body on top of the legs
  7. Turn on your starburst spider and place it with other spooky decorations to create a creepy crawly scene!

To Make An Enchanted Eyeball Bowl

For our eyeball bowl we used a stretchy spider web, plastic eyeballs and plastic spiders.

  1. With the stem facing up, pull 8 of the branches down toward the center, opposite of the stem.
  2. Arrange these 8 branches evenly in a circle and then bend the ends to form an L shape. Make sure that each end is even so that they rest flat on the ground.
  3. Bend the remaining branches out and up. The stem should be in the center with the lighted branches forming curved L shapes around it.
  4. When your bowl shape is complete, stretch the spider web material around it and then fill the bowl with eyeballs, spiders or any other spooky decorations you like!

To Make Spooky Trees

You'll need small 6 x 5 inch planters, floral foam cylinders, ribbon, and moss, stones or glass gems for this DIY lighted branch project.

  1. Hold the starburst stem in your hand and pull 4 of the lighted branches straight down around the stem. Wrap the stem and branches about halfway down with a dark colored ribbon
  2. Twist and bend the remaining branches to create the spooky branches of the tree, spreading them out a little as you go
  3. Fill the plastic planter with floral foam
  4. Stick the unwrapped portion of the straight branches into the floral foam until you reach the stem. The stem should not go into the floral foam.
  5. Cover the top of the foam with moss, glass gems or small stones
  6. Place your potted trees along a walkway or with other decorations as part of a larger Halloween display