I know, I know, it’s the middle of July, but I can’t resist thinking ahead to my favorite fall holiday: Halloween! I never really put much thought into how my yard looks, I like to focus my decorating genius on the interior of my home! This year, I’m doing something a little different and spending a little more time on my yard decor. Keep reading for 10+ scary ways to decorate your yard for Halloween!
I can’t decide if these are totally gross or totally cool. Either way, Hello Paper Moon has the fun project that screams Halloween!
Before you carve your jack-o-lantern, paint them black instead! These look like something Jack Skellington would be behind.
Make your own creepy coffin with old pallet boards, paint, and a length of real chain. You’ll be hammering that final nail in no time!
The wicked skirts on these wicked witches would look absolutely ghoulish when caught in a breeze! Give them a cauldron to dance around, too!
Create “ghostly getups” by shaping dresses out of chicken wire. Spray paint them with a glow-in-the-dark spray paint so they can be seen at night time. Momcaster has the full tutorial!
If the witches from a previous slide were simply too scary for you (maybe you live in Salem?) try ghosts instead!
These are a whole lot of cute, and a whole lot of fun to make! You’ll need to dig out a box or two of your white Christmas lights to make these. Drawing on the faces is so much fun!
It looks like a witch cast a spell on this pumpkin patch, and you can too! Click the link in the header for the tutorial, and don’t forget your spell book!
Make trick-or-treaters scream when they see your screen door! Experimenting with door decals are a fast way to make a daring statement. This porch doesn’t need much else!
Fill your garden wheelbarrow with a fake skeleton and bury it partially with leaves. Have it wear a hat for a chilling accessory!
Give your witches something to dance around, and this DIY brewing station is completely perfect! Use mason jars to create hanging luminaries that give off a wicked glow!