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7 Halloween Décor Ideas for Lazy People

7 Halloween Décor Ideas for Lazy People


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Ugh. You have to be, like, creative and artistic; it isn't a task that everyone can master. In truth, it isn't a task everyone even wants to master.

People dig the idea of holiday décor, but they don't necessarily want to implement it. And hey, that's ok. One can admire art without being a fine painter oneself, right? Lucky for the lazy decorator, Halloween is the perfect time to get away with simple decorations that really make a statement. If you want to wow guests with minimal effort, there are plenty of simple Halloween décor ideas that will totally pop without taking up a ton of time or effort. For the lazy decorator, we recommend trying out these easy ideas for simple, but spooky, décor.

Spider's Den

Want the house to look really eerie? Cover it in faux spider webs. If you're feeling particularly productive, you could randomly place those plastic spider rings throughout your webs for an extra creepy look.

Pumpkins

Put them on the table, on your steps, and even around your kitchen. Get gourds in all sizes, out them anywhere and boom, insta-Halloween décor. If you want to kick it up a notch, draw faces on them for a jack-o-lantern look without the carving.

Candy Corn

Put it everywhere. Seriously, if pests aren't a problem, literally scatter them in vases and bowls. Boom. Decorated.

Maize

Head to a local market and buy dried maze. Bunch it, hang it, or throw it on a table. This gets extra bonus lazy points since you could technically keep it up until Thanksgiving.

Wine Bottles

Not only do you get to knock back a few bottles of wine, you can get an easy décor idea out of it. Simple peel off the label and re-sticker it with a blank label. Write things like "eye of newt" and you'll have instant potion bottles!

Corn starch, red food coloring, and your handprints can make for some seriously scary décor. Simply buy thrift store paintings and smear them with your "blood."

Subtle yet creepy, many old thrift stores have tons of old family photos for sale. Find the creepiest ones and simply frame them and put them around the house.


Quick and Easy Dinners aka Lazy Meals

I don&rsquot know about you, but there are many days where I just don&rsquot feel like cooking. Carry-out is an easy back-up but isn&rsquot possible for everyone (and can get quite expensive).

For most people, they would grab a phone and call for a pizza. Where my husband and I live, we don&rsquot have places that will deliver food to our house. Our nearest fast food place is a 15-minute drive. So on nights when I don&rsquot feel like cooking, take-out isn&rsquot an easy option for us.

As an Amazon Associate, I earn from qualifying purchases. Click here to read more.

Due to our location and my habit of not wanting to cook, I have come up with a list of backup lazy meals. When I meal plan, I plan out two full weeks of meals. I always include at least 2 easy meals so that I can use them on a day when I don&rsquot feel like cooking (sometimes I rearrange my meal plan to do this &ndash it&rsquos not big deal since I already have the ingredients on hand).

These meals can be a fall-back for you. If you remember to keep the ingredients on hand, you&rsquoll be ready to go when you&rsquove had one of those days. Now, understand that these are not fancy meals and they aren&rsquot the healthiest options out there. But sometimes you just don&rsquot feel like Momming/Dadding.

No surprise most of these involve your crock pot. We love our crockpot. Although, I kinda want to trade it in for this fancy one or an Instantpot. Instant Pots have become so popular and surprisingly we have yet to get one.

Do you have an Instantpot? Do you make any quick meals in it? I&rsquod love to hear some of your favorite &ldquolazy&rdquo meals?

Now, if you really don&rsquot feel like cooking, you can always say you&rsquore having cereal night and let everyone eat cereal and pair it with some fruit (your kids will actually love you for this).


Quick and Easy Dinners aka Lazy Meals

I don&rsquot know about you, but there are many days where I just don&rsquot feel like cooking. Carry-out is an easy back-up but isn&rsquot possible for everyone (and can get quite expensive).

For most people, they would grab a phone and call for a pizza. Where my husband and I live, we don&rsquot have places that will deliver food to our house. Our nearest fast food place is a 15-minute drive. So on nights when I don&rsquot feel like cooking, take-out isn&rsquot an easy option for us.

As an Amazon Associate, I earn from qualifying purchases. Click here to read more.

Due to our location and my habit of not wanting to cook, I have come up with a list of backup lazy meals. When I meal plan, I plan out two full weeks of meals. I always include at least 2 easy meals so that I can use them on a day when I don&rsquot feel like cooking (sometimes I rearrange my meal plan to do this &ndash it&rsquos not big deal since I already have the ingredients on hand).

These meals can be a fall-back for you. If you remember to keep the ingredients on hand, you&rsquoll be ready to go when you&rsquove had one of those days. Now, understand that these are not fancy meals and they aren&rsquot the healthiest options out there. But sometimes you just don&rsquot feel like Momming/Dadding.

No surprise most of these involve your crock pot. We love our crockpot. Although, I kinda want to trade it in for this fancy one or an Instantpot. Instant Pots have become so popular and surprisingly we have yet to get one.

Do you have an Instantpot? Do you make any quick meals in it? I&rsquod love to hear some of your favorite &ldquolazy&rdquo meals?

Now, if you really don&rsquot feel like cooking, you can always say you&rsquore having cereal night and let everyone eat cereal and pair it with some fruit (your kids will actually love you for this).


Quick and Easy Dinners aka Lazy Meals

I don&rsquot know about you, but there are many days where I just don&rsquot feel like cooking. Carry-out is an easy back-up but isn&rsquot possible for everyone (and can get quite expensive).

For most people, they would grab a phone and call for a pizza. Where my husband and I live, we don&rsquot have places that will deliver food to our house. Our nearest fast food place is a 15-minute drive. So on nights when I don&rsquot feel like cooking, take-out isn&rsquot an easy option for us.

As an Amazon Associate, I earn from qualifying purchases. Click here to read more.

Due to our location and my habit of not wanting to cook, I have come up with a list of backup lazy meals. When I meal plan, I plan out two full weeks of meals. I always include at least 2 easy meals so that I can use them on a day when I don&rsquot feel like cooking (sometimes I rearrange my meal plan to do this &ndash it&rsquos not big deal since I already have the ingredients on hand).

These meals can be a fall-back for you. If you remember to keep the ingredients on hand, you&rsquoll be ready to go when you&rsquove had one of those days. Now, understand that these are not fancy meals and they aren&rsquot the healthiest options out there. But sometimes you just don&rsquot feel like Momming/Dadding.

No surprise most of these involve your crock pot. We love our crockpot. Although, I kinda want to trade it in for this fancy one or an Instantpot. Instant Pots have become so popular and surprisingly we have yet to get one.

Do you have an Instantpot? Do you make any quick meals in it? I&rsquod love to hear some of your favorite &ldquolazy&rdquo meals?

Now, if you really don&rsquot feel like cooking, you can always say you&rsquore having cereal night and let everyone eat cereal and pair it with some fruit (your kids will actually love you for this).


Quick and Easy Dinners aka Lazy Meals

I don&rsquot know about you, but there are many days where I just don&rsquot feel like cooking. Carry-out is an easy back-up but isn&rsquot possible for everyone (and can get quite expensive).

For most people, they would grab a phone and call for a pizza. Where my husband and I live, we don&rsquot have places that will deliver food to our house. Our nearest fast food place is a 15-minute drive. So on nights when I don&rsquot feel like cooking, take-out isn&rsquot an easy option for us.

As an Amazon Associate, I earn from qualifying purchases. Click here to read more.

Due to our location and my habit of not wanting to cook, I have come up with a list of backup lazy meals. When I meal plan, I plan out two full weeks of meals. I always include at least 2 easy meals so that I can use them on a day when I don&rsquot feel like cooking (sometimes I rearrange my meal plan to do this &ndash it&rsquos not big deal since I already have the ingredients on hand).

These meals can be a fall-back for you. If you remember to keep the ingredients on hand, you&rsquoll be ready to go when you&rsquove had one of those days. Now, understand that these are not fancy meals and they aren&rsquot the healthiest options out there. But sometimes you just don&rsquot feel like Momming/Dadding.

No surprise most of these involve your crock pot. We love our crockpot. Although, I kinda want to trade it in for this fancy one or an Instantpot. Instant Pots have become so popular and surprisingly we have yet to get one.

Do you have an Instantpot? Do you make any quick meals in it? I&rsquod love to hear some of your favorite &ldquolazy&rdquo meals?

Now, if you really don&rsquot feel like cooking, you can always say you&rsquore having cereal night and let everyone eat cereal and pair it with some fruit (your kids will actually love you for this).


Quick and Easy Dinners aka Lazy Meals

I don&rsquot know about you, but there are many days where I just don&rsquot feel like cooking. Carry-out is an easy back-up but isn&rsquot possible for everyone (and can get quite expensive).

For most people, they would grab a phone and call for a pizza. Where my husband and I live, we don&rsquot have places that will deliver food to our house. Our nearest fast food place is a 15-minute drive. So on nights when I don&rsquot feel like cooking, take-out isn&rsquot an easy option for us.

As an Amazon Associate, I earn from qualifying purchases. Click here to read more.

Due to our location and my habit of not wanting to cook, I have come up with a list of backup lazy meals. When I meal plan, I plan out two full weeks of meals. I always include at least 2 easy meals so that I can use them on a day when I don&rsquot feel like cooking (sometimes I rearrange my meal plan to do this &ndash it&rsquos not big deal since I already have the ingredients on hand).

These meals can be a fall-back for you. If you remember to keep the ingredients on hand, you&rsquoll be ready to go when you&rsquove had one of those days. Now, understand that these are not fancy meals and they aren&rsquot the healthiest options out there. But sometimes you just don&rsquot feel like Momming/Dadding.

No surprise most of these involve your crock pot. We love our crockpot. Although, I kinda want to trade it in for this fancy one or an Instantpot. Instant Pots have become so popular and surprisingly we have yet to get one.

Do you have an Instantpot? Do you make any quick meals in it? I&rsquod love to hear some of your favorite &ldquolazy&rdquo meals?

Now, if you really don&rsquot feel like cooking, you can always say you&rsquore having cereal night and let everyone eat cereal and pair it with some fruit (your kids will actually love you for this).


Quick and Easy Dinners aka Lazy Meals

I don&rsquot know about you, but there are many days where I just don&rsquot feel like cooking. Carry-out is an easy back-up but isn&rsquot possible for everyone (and can get quite expensive).

For most people, they would grab a phone and call for a pizza. Where my husband and I live, we don&rsquot have places that will deliver food to our house. Our nearest fast food place is a 15-minute drive. So on nights when I don&rsquot feel like cooking, take-out isn&rsquot an easy option for us.

As an Amazon Associate, I earn from qualifying purchases. Click here to read more.

Due to our location and my habit of not wanting to cook, I have come up with a list of backup lazy meals. When I meal plan, I plan out two full weeks of meals. I always include at least 2 easy meals so that I can use them on a day when I don&rsquot feel like cooking (sometimes I rearrange my meal plan to do this &ndash it&rsquos not big deal since I already have the ingredients on hand).

These meals can be a fall-back for you. If you remember to keep the ingredients on hand, you&rsquoll be ready to go when you&rsquove had one of those days. Now, understand that these are not fancy meals and they aren&rsquot the healthiest options out there. But sometimes you just don&rsquot feel like Momming/Dadding.

No surprise most of these involve your crock pot. We love our crockpot. Although, I kinda want to trade it in for this fancy one or an Instantpot. Instant Pots have become so popular and surprisingly we have yet to get one.

Do you have an Instantpot? Do you make any quick meals in it? I&rsquod love to hear some of your favorite &ldquolazy&rdquo meals?

Now, if you really don&rsquot feel like cooking, you can always say you&rsquore having cereal night and let everyone eat cereal and pair it with some fruit (your kids will actually love you for this).


Quick and Easy Dinners aka Lazy Meals

I don&rsquot know about you, but there are many days where I just don&rsquot feel like cooking. Carry-out is an easy back-up but isn&rsquot possible for everyone (and can get quite expensive).

For most people, they would grab a phone and call for a pizza. Where my husband and I live, we don&rsquot have places that will deliver food to our house. Our nearest fast food place is a 15-minute drive. So on nights when I don&rsquot feel like cooking, take-out isn&rsquot an easy option for us.

As an Amazon Associate, I earn from qualifying purchases. Click here to read more.

Due to our location and my habit of not wanting to cook, I have come up with a list of backup lazy meals. When I meal plan, I plan out two full weeks of meals. I always include at least 2 easy meals so that I can use them on a day when I don&rsquot feel like cooking (sometimes I rearrange my meal plan to do this &ndash it&rsquos not big deal since I already have the ingredients on hand).

These meals can be a fall-back for you. If you remember to keep the ingredients on hand, you&rsquoll be ready to go when you&rsquove had one of those days. Now, understand that these are not fancy meals and they aren&rsquot the healthiest options out there. But sometimes you just don&rsquot feel like Momming/Dadding.

No surprise most of these involve your crock pot. We love our crockpot. Although, I kinda want to trade it in for this fancy one or an Instantpot. Instant Pots have become so popular and surprisingly we have yet to get one.

Do you have an Instantpot? Do you make any quick meals in it? I&rsquod love to hear some of your favorite &ldquolazy&rdquo meals?

Now, if you really don&rsquot feel like cooking, you can always say you&rsquore having cereal night and let everyone eat cereal and pair it with some fruit (your kids will actually love you for this).


Quick and Easy Dinners aka Lazy Meals

I don&rsquot know about you, but there are many days where I just don&rsquot feel like cooking. Carry-out is an easy back-up but isn&rsquot possible for everyone (and can get quite expensive).

For most people, they would grab a phone and call for a pizza. Where my husband and I live, we don&rsquot have places that will deliver food to our house. Our nearest fast food place is a 15-minute drive. So on nights when I don&rsquot feel like cooking, take-out isn&rsquot an easy option for us.

As an Amazon Associate, I earn from qualifying purchases. Click here to read more.

Due to our location and my habit of not wanting to cook, I have come up with a list of backup lazy meals. When I meal plan, I plan out two full weeks of meals. I always include at least 2 easy meals so that I can use them on a day when I don&rsquot feel like cooking (sometimes I rearrange my meal plan to do this &ndash it&rsquos not big deal since I already have the ingredients on hand).

These meals can be a fall-back for you. If you remember to keep the ingredients on hand, you&rsquoll be ready to go when you&rsquove had one of those days. Now, understand that these are not fancy meals and they aren&rsquot the healthiest options out there. But sometimes you just don&rsquot feel like Momming/Dadding.

No surprise most of these involve your crock pot. We love our crockpot. Although, I kinda want to trade it in for this fancy one or an Instantpot. Instant Pots have become so popular and surprisingly we have yet to get one.

Do you have an Instantpot? Do you make any quick meals in it? I&rsquod love to hear some of your favorite &ldquolazy&rdquo meals?

Now, if you really don&rsquot feel like cooking, you can always say you&rsquore having cereal night and let everyone eat cereal and pair it with some fruit (your kids will actually love you for this).


Quick and Easy Dinners aka Lazy Meals

I don&rsquot know about you, but there are many days where I just don&rsquot feel like cooking. Carry-out is an easy back-up but isn&rsquot possible for everyone (and can get quite expensive).

For most people, they would grab a phone and call for a pizza. Where my husband and I live, we don&rsquot have places that will deliver food to our house. Our nearest fast food place is a 15-minute drive. So on nights when I don&rsquot feel like cooking, take-out isn&rsquot an easy option for us.

As an Amazon Associate, I earn from qualifying purchases. Click here to read more.

Due to our location and my habit of not wanting to cook, I have come up with a list of backup lazy meals. When I meal plan, I plan out two full weeks of meals. I always include at least 2 easy meals so that I can use them on a day when I don&rsquot feel like cooking (sometimes I rearrange my meal plan to do this &ndash it&rsquos not big deal since I already have the ingredients on hand).

These meals can be a fall-back for you. If you remember to keep the ingredients on hand, you&rsquoll be ready to go when you&rsquove had one of those days. Now, understand that these are not fancy meals and they aren&rsquot the healthiest options out there. But sometimes you just don&rsquot feel like Momming/Dadding.

No surprise most of these involve your crock pot. We love our crockpot. Although, I kinda want to trade it in for this fancy one or an Instantpot. Instant Pots have become so popular and surprisingly we have yet to get one.

Do you have an Instantpot? Do you make any quick meals in it? I&rsquod love to hear some of your favorite &ldquolazy&rdquo meals?

Now, if you really don&rsquot feel like cooking, you can always say you&rsquore having cereal night and let everyone eat cereal and pair it with some fruit (your kids will actually love you for this).


Quick and Easy Dinners aka Lazy Meals

I don&rsquot know about you, but there are many days where I just don&rsquot feel like cooking. Carry-out is an easy back-up but isn&rsquot possible for everyone (and can get quite expensive).

For most people, they would grab a phone and call for a pizza. Where my husband and I live, we don&rsquot have places that will deliver food to our house. Our nearest fast food place is a 15-minute drive. So on nights when I don&rsquot feel like cooking, take-out isn&rsquot an easy option for us.

As an Amazon Associate, I earn from qualifying purchases. Click here to read more.

Due to our location and my habit of not wanting to cook, I have come up with a list of backup lazy meals. When I meal plan, I plan out two full weeks of meals. I always include at least 2 easy meals so that I can use them on a day when I don&rsquot feel like cooking (sometimes I rearrange my meal plan to do this &ndash it&rsquos not big deal since I already have the ingredients on hand).

These meals can be a fall-back for you. If you remember to keep the ingredients on hand, you&rsquoll be ready to go when you&rsquove had one of those days. Now, understand that these are not fancy meals and they aren&rsquot the healthiest options out there. But sometimes you just don&rsquot feel like Momming/Dadding.

No surprise most of these involve your crock pot. We love our crockpot. Although, I kinda want to trade it in for this fancy one or an Instantpot. Instant Pots have become so popular and surprisingly we have yet to get one.

Do you have an Instantpot? Do you make any quick meals in it? I&rsquod love to hear some of your favorite &ldquolazy&rdquo meals?

Now, if you really don&rsquot feel like cooking, you can always say you&rsquore having cereal night and let everyone eat cereal and pair it with some fruit (your kids will actually love you for this).