There are about a trillion ways to haunt your house with DIY Halloween decor, with ghoulishly great ideas creeping out of the mist every year, and we’ve tried to collect some of the most dazzling designs for your dungeon.</br></br>We also tried to focus on the easiest ones, because who has time to turn their entire <a title="Inhabit" href="http://inhabitat.com/artist-transforms-parents-home-into-the-ultimate-monster-house/" target="_blank">home into a fanged, seven-eyed monster</a>? Let’s get started with this quick list of five fun Halloween DIY projects.</br></br><strong>1. DIY Fog Machine</strong></br></br>Popular Mechanics may take the Halloween cake this year with its <a title="Popular Mechanics" href="http://www.popularmechanics.com/home/interior-projects/how-to/a9573/build-a-diy-fog-machine-for-a-spooky-halloween-16024637/" target="_blank">DIY fog machine recipe</a>, and we see no reason for you to read further for the best of the best.</br></br>The magazine explains how you can whip up your own “fog juice,” which requires very little money and even less effort.</br></br><strong>2. Black Crepe-Paper Flowers</strong></br></br>Country Living’s list of DIY Halloween ideas is always a long one, but a fan favorite for 2015 has to be these <a title="Country Living" href="http://www.countryliving.com/diy-crafts/how-to/g1024/do-it-yourself-halloween-decorations-1010/?slide=5" target="_blank">classy, black crepe-paper flowers</a>.</br></br>Cheap, beautiful and easy to make, they could work as a macabre centerpiece or a distractingly dark accent to an otherwise downplayed holiday look.</br></br><strong>3. EASY Pumpkin-Carving Ideas</strong></br></br>We’ve all seen those amazingly carved pumpkin creations on the Internet, but how often do you find instructions that you can actually follow? The answer is never.</br></br>This year, Woman’s Day feels your creative pain, and offers up more than a few great ideas that almost anyone can do. Some are harder than others, but most just involve <a title="Woman's Day" href="http://www.womansday.com/home/crafts-projects/g950/funny-pumpkin-carving-ideas/?slide=1" target="_blank">finding the right pumpkin</a>, which is great for anyone who likes to shop more than carve.</br></br><strong>4. Creepy Old Photos</strong></br></br><a title="Good Housekeeping" href="http://www.goodhousekeeping.com/holidays/halloween-ideas/g421/halloween-decorating-ideas-1007/?slide=5" target="_blank">This idea comes from Good Housekeeping</a>, and is as easy as defacing an old history book.</br></br>Just kidding. You can find the old photos anywhere, or make them if you’re an Instagram wizard with a printer. The hard part – if you can call it that – is finding frames and placing them in weird spots around the house.</br></br><strong>5. DIY Glowing Eyes</strong></br></br>Okay, so this idea from Listolic is a proven retread from 2012, but it’s so easy, cheap and cool that it’s worth a mention. Plus, it can be riffed on in different ways to freshen up the theme.</br></br>All you do is cut eye shapes out of toilet paper rolls (or anything hollow, really) and then tape glow sticks to the inside. Voila! Now you have <a title="Listolic" href="http://www.listotic.com/16-awesome-homemade-halloween-decorations/2/" target="_blank">glowing eyes in all kinds of designs</a> you can put anywhere.</br></br>We hope you enjoy trying this collection of 2015’s best, cheapest and easiest DIY Halloween décor ideas, and have a Happy Halloween!