This season, make your house the spookiest on street with our ideas for outdoor Halloween decor. The best part? You can do so without the frightening price tag. Whether you are looking for whimsical decorations or something life-like, these Halloween round up ideas from our staff picks will have you covered. Take a look and get ready to cast a ghostly spell on your entire neighborhood.
Round Up Ideas: Creative Outdoor Halloween Decor
Halloween Doormat Idea
You don’t have to spend a lot of money on doormat. Purchase a simple welcome doormat and make it look creepy by using a bit of your creative skills. Pick a pair of striped stockings and cut their legs. Now stuff cotton into the legs and add a pair of witch like shoes. Simply glue them underneath the mat to terrorize your guests. Check more such ideas at: Last Minute Outdoor Decorations for your Halloween Porch
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Decorate with Halloween Lawn Ornaments
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Make a scarecrow and spread fall leaves, miniature pumpkins, uncarved pumpkins, and gourds around it. Have the scarecrow hold up a sign that says something like “This way to tricks, that way to treats.” It can also be accompanied by some flying ghosts, which you can make with gauze fabric and balloons. Here are more ideas on How to Create Outdoor Halloween Decorations.
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Frighten with White
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Who says you can use only black and dark color for your Halloween decor? You can create a spooky feel with white and lighter shades too! Put bunches of white blooms in light colored apple baskets and keep them in your yard. Now surround them with white gourds and pumpkins and use LED votives in between. Complete the look by hanging a few lanterns from a nearby tree. Check this post for more Budget-Friendly Halloween Decor Ideas for Your Yard.
DIY Ghosts Using Chicken Wire
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Putting together your own decorations is a fun and a good way to get your creativity along. That’s why we bring to you this DIY ghost idea that really creepy and can be tweaked and changed into any shape that you would desire. Just measure the space available outdoors and let your imagination go wild. Learn how to do it yourself here: Halloween Decoration: DIY Ghosts Using Chicken Wire.
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Whether you want a scary scene on your front lawn or at your backyard, use these Halloween decor ideas to set the stage. Better yet, turn this project into a quality family time by involving your family members in creating decorations without spending a lot.
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