Outdoor Props & Decorations
|Outdoor decorations and props can help create a spooky atmosphere for passers by, visitors, and trick-or-treaters. You can put out a couple of items to just help create a mood, or make elaborate scenes and displays that will really creep out anyone who sees them. Build a haunted cemetery in your yard that will make even the bravest trick-or-treaters a little uneasy as they walk past it on their way to your door. Set out tombstones covered in moss and cobwebs. Scatter some bones, or put zombie or skeleton arm stakes into the ground that look like undead creatures trying to dig their way out. Ghosts and ghouls can be hung overhead and the whole scene can be enclosed inside a fence that looks like ancient cast iron.|
|There are all kinds of creatures you can set outside to scare visitors. Put out full size or mini ghosts, witches, vampires, zombies, reapers, and even evil clowns. They float, hang, stand, sit, or look like they're crawling out of the ground. Some are motion activated and move or make creepy sounds whenever someone comes near. These outdoor props are a sure way to scare anyone. Spiders, rats, snakes, and birds want in on the scaring, too. There are giant cobwebs and web sacs complete with moving spiders. There are giant spiders that crawl or drop from the porch overhang. There are rats that look real and others that look zombified. You can put a snake prop near the path and when someone walks by it will lunge forward.|
DIY Cheesecloth Ghost Busts
Each year, Halloween decorations get more and more creative. It's a badge of honor to be the spookiest house on the block. We want to show you that becoming an incredible Halloween decorator isn't as hard as you think. From your porch to your living room or classroom, these DIY ghost busts are the perfect way to show your love for the Halloween season and the supernatural.
DIY Lawn Coffin
Halloween is the season to turn your house into a haunted scene. That means you need to go all out with your outdoor Halloween decorations. Don't just set up the props and decorations that everyone else has. Creating your very own graveyard is always a hit during the spooky season. In addition to the tombstones, spider webs and crows, an unearthed coffin will really make people scream. Put your DIY skills to the test this Halloween by creating your own lawn coffin to put on display in your yard.
DIY Monster Totem Pole
How do your Halloween decorations stack up against your neighbor's? Well with this porch decoration, you'll literally have monsters from top to bottom. Recreate this monster totem pole for a festive but family-friendly look for Halloween. The step-by-step tutorial will teach you how to stack your monsters!
DIY Halloween Globe Luminary
Light the way for your guests and trick-or-treaters with a globe luminary that recalls some serious crystal ball vibes. It's a great way to decorate your porch to highlight your Halloween decorations.
Transform a globe light with a few supplies and these helpful tips. A Halloween luminary is sure to help your outdoor decorations shine! Set the scene with the help of our template or create your own holiday message to display. No matter how you choose to recreate this Halloween luminary, it's sure to light up the night for party guests and trick-or-treaters this Halloween season.
DIY Halloween Doormat
Halloween is coming, and fast. But don't worry. There's still time to decorate. The store shelves might be stocked for Christmas but have no fear. We've got some DIY decorations that are sure to save the day. It doesn't matter when you start decorating for Halloween; only that you do!
We love the idea of putting a spooky spin on everyday objects. So we looked at common decor we had around the house and decided to spooki-fy it.
Welcome your guests and trick-or-treaters this Halloween with some spooky porch decorations. This Halloween welcome mat is the perfect way to set the scene this year.