Hello everyone and happy Friday! Welcome to another Must Have Craft Tips and More post!
Can you believe that September is coming to a close already?!
I sure can’t! Halloween is just over a month away so today I am wrapping up our month of Halloween ideas by discussing Outdoor Halloween Decor.
I have a confession to make. I am NOT a Halloween person
(said as I am hiding behind my couch from anything being thrown at me). I have never really been a Halloween person, even as a kid. I stopped trick or treating in elementary school by choice but that didn’t stop me from asking my mom to still buy me my favorite candy. 😉 I mostly decorate for fall and only add a Halloween touch here and there the week of Halloween, if I can remember that is, and that is all that I do.
But I know some of you LOVE Halloween and love to go all out so today I’m sharing some outdoor Halloween decor ideas that I am sure you will love.
Turn your house into a Dead and Breakfast. (bhg.com)
DIY Halloween Ghost to haunt your yard. (DIY Showoff)
Create a Giant Spider to protect your yard from those little Monsters (Instructables)
How about some Floating Head Hanging Ghosts for your porch (Simply Designing)
I love these silhouettes! You can make some fun scenes using silhouettes. (Martha Stewart)
Create and hang a Halloween Shoppe sign in your window (Chicken Scratch NY)
Turn your porch into a perch for a conspiracy of ravens. (Martha Stewart)
Here’s another way you could decorate with Ravens (create.craft.love)
Fence off your yard by creating this Halloween Wood Pallet fence (Sew Woodsy)
I love these Floating Witch Hats. Maybe I will create these this year. (Polkadot Chair)
Create a pumpkin arch to greet those trick or treaters (Don Morin)
You can be afraid of spiders when you decorate your house this way. (Apartment Therapy)
Create a crime scene on your porch although it may keep everyone away. lol (What’s Ur Home Story)
Oversized spider web for your porch, side of your house, large wall, wherever! (My Untangled Life)
Ghostly drapery to set the eerie mood. (hgtv.com)
Don’t forget to decorate the large blank canvas that is your garage door! (instructables)
These Yard Monsters are so fun and easy to create! You could put them in the bushes and trees. (a girl and a glue gun)
There you have it!
Which idea was your favorite?
Do you like to go over the top when you decorate for Halloween?
Stay tuned next month for a whole new topic.