Easy Ways to Organize Your Halloween Decorations

organize your halloween decorations


Pumpkins, black cats and witches are everywhere!  It’s the first holiday of the fall season and a prelude to all other fall and winter holidays.    According to the National Retail Federation, almost 50% of us decorate for Halloween.  Make it easy to decorate for Halloween with these easy ways to organize your Halloween decorations.


Go orange

Organize your Halloween decorations in orange easy to spot totes.  Label the totes on two sides and on top to know exactly what is in each bin.


Inflatable decorations

We love those giant inflatable decorations! Store them in individual 18 gallon tubs to keep them in good condition.


Pumpkins, pumpkins, pumpkins

Pumpkins can be difficult to store because of their generous size.  Keep these from crushing with extra large ziplocs.  Your pumpkins are all together too.


Halloween lights

Flameless candles, candle holders and strings of lights can be stored together in a small bin.  Wrap the strings of lights in circles then store in gallon size ziplocs.


Just like all holidays, it’s best to make a plan for when to decorate and undecorate.  Enjoy a fall afternoon outside with your family creating a spooky spot on your front lawn.

How do you organize your Halloween decorations?

Happy Fall Y’all!  Check out the fall fun on my pinterest board.

6 replies
  1. Janet Barclay
    Janet Barclay says:

    I’ve noticed that a lot more people decorate for Halloween than they used to, but I’m surprised that it’s nearly 50%. That’s a lot of Halloween decorations – it’s a good thing you’ve provided these helpful organizing hints!

  2. Sabrina Quairoli
    Sabrina Quairoli says:

    I love the colored totes for the holidays. It’s so much easier to find things. I usually label them anyway just in case others don’t get the orange bin. Thanks for sharing these great tips.

  3. Regina Sanchez
    Regina Sanchez says:

    Colored totes is the way to go. Makes it so simple to sort and find when needed. I do this with my business. Client folders are one color and business info are another. If you are a visual person it works well.

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