Since I am currently living between an apartment and a condominium, I don’t have a yard to decorate. I enjoy seeing what people do to decorate their homes for holiday celebrations, so today, I will highlight some outdoor Halloween decorations which might inspire you.
This fellow must have dug so many graves, he had to lie down and take a rest. Actually, I think this is a really creative use of a skeleton, nestling him among the leaves in the wheelbarrow.
Of course, your home either lends itself naturally to Halloween decor, or not. How creepy is this guy hanging on this brick wall?
Of course, any Halloween decor takes on a whole new and improved spooky feeling once the sun sets. Remember to check out your decorations both during the daytime, and at night, and add some lights if necessary.
This incredible tombstone with the mourning bride is a DIY project.
This is a lovely but elegant entry for Halloween, not spooky or scary at all.
Unfortunately, it looks like the link to the original post to this picture is no longer active, I sure would like to have seen what they used this for and how it looked after dark!
I have discovered a lot of great Halloween decorations right in my own neighborhood of Celebration, Florida, so I will be posting again with more ideas for decorating your house and yard for Halloween!
I’ll be sharing this at the following link parties: Grapefruit Princess: Wordless Wednesday