We saw in the previous article about Halloween Indoor Decorations that without pumpkins there is no Halloween so when we start decorating our outdoor space we can play even better with the position, design, texture of the pumpkins. But of course Halloween is not only about pumpkins when we refer to decorations. We need to remember about ghosts, witches, terrible monsters, spider web and so on.
See also:Halloween Inside Decorations
Let’s find some inspiration in these outdoor Halloween Decorations:
Decorate your windows with pumpkins if you want a more simple traditional look: You can even keep them after Halloween is over because they are an autumnal decoration idea very colorful.
Make a Countdown Sign. Write it with red paint like it would be blood and with black paint like it would be tar. Write a terrifying message on it and be the most frighting house in the neighbor.
Improvise a manikin without had.Dress it in black and put a pumpkin jar in its hand. This will really terrify everyone. You can also put somewhere a mix tape on which a spooky voice talks when you are closer to the headless monster.
Because this holiday is a perfect way to spend some quality time with your family creating different interesting and spooky decorations, paper owls watcher are looking great. Paint them black, and make them look like a witch is disguised in an owl.
See also:Outdoor lighting
“Beautify” your porch with an oversize spider web and a gigantic tarantula which seems to take over your house. Spider are scary everyday not only for Halloween so imagine what a gigantic one would do. Use Clothesline style rope, or you can use white Christmas tinsel garland tying it together.
Front door: Make felt bats for your front door and it will look incredibly dreadful. Trace a bat shape onto a piece of felt and cut it. You have to repeat this until you have a swarm.
Hanging Bats: There is no spooky porch without hanging bats which will make your house look horribly spooky and your yard an entire forbidden area for those who don’t have a strong heart. Trick-or-treaters will be amazed by this template.
Raven Porch: A flock of ravens and crows waiting are always promising something terrifying. You need perched made from cardboard tubes, spray them black and make a hook-beaked bird.
Don’t forget about the tombstones decorations: Your yard must be a place of the dead so design a graveyard. You can make the tombstones from trimming gray paper. You can put a plastic hands crawling from the ground on one of them.
See also:Exotic indoor plants