Spooktacular Halloween Decorations

By: azadmin
October 22, 2016

Halloween Decorations

With jack-o-lanterns lighting the neighborhood, Halloween is that time of year when we will see zombies and ghosts – with a few Superheroes and Princesses thrown in for good measure, coming down the street in search of tricks or treats. Give them a spook by decorating your front yard and entry using the following Halloween decorations ideas. It will make a memorable evening for all!

Here are some ideas we gathered from Pinterest:

#1. Climbing Halloween Skeletons

These guys don’t need to worry about broken bones as they caper from porch to rooftop. Using a few plastic or anatomical skeletons, pose them, and secure them with nearly invisible fishing lines. This bone-chilling decoration idea can withstand the weather and hang out until you’re ready to take them down and store them for next year’s frightening Halloween scene.

#2. Spooktacular Window Silhouettes

Give trick-or-treaters, party goers, and neighbors a fright this Halloween with spooky silhouettes. For this decorating idea, think of your garage door as a blank slate, in which you can place your creations. All you need to do is cut out some spooktacular shapes (i.e., witches, ghosts, bats, spiders, etc.) from black poster board and attach them to your garage door. Decorative orange lighting and appropriate music can top it all off.

#3. DIY Cemetery

Create a spine-tingling cemetery scene, complete with tombstones, skeletons, and other horrifying props, right in your own front yard. You will need slabs of foam, gray and black paint, and readily available props like crypts, skeletons, grim reapers, zombies, etc. to assemble a do-it-yourself graveyard that will surely have your neighbors and guests talking. Tip: Stick with one graveyard theme to make it more believable.

#4. Giant Yard Spider

When it comes to big, scary spiders, this one certainly takes the cake. Spiders truly are capable of stealing the show – and often our breath. To create your very own giant spider, you will need some pipe insulation tubes, elbow joints, black spray paint, and two large black trash bags, among a few other supplies that can be found easily enough around your home. If not, there’s always your local home improvement store.

#5. A Tangled Web

If you’re looking for more ideas on how to decorate your garage door, simply add black webs, extending from one side of your door to the other. Don’t forget to add a few black spiders. This creates an awesome effect that can be seen by the whole neighborhood – and won’t impede the operation of your garage door. If you are experiencing any trouble with your door or opener, it’s best to have it repaired.

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