Decorate your garden for Halloween!What’s Halloween without decorating? We all know that decorating for Halloween begins outdoors, and the garden is no exception! Give your garden a spooky yet tasteful twist this year with our list of the best outdoor Halloween decorations: DOOR CROWNS A classic element of decoration but that you can adapt… Read More
What’s Halloween without decorating? We all know that decorating for Halloween begins outdoors, and the garden is no exception! Give your garden a spooky yet tasteful twist this year with our list of the best outdoor Halloween decorations:
A classic element of decoration but that you can adapt to your liking is the wreath that is usually hung on the front door of the house. You can use anything you can harvest in your garden, dried or artificial flowers and branches or even tissue paper!
THERE IS NO HALLOWEEN WITHOUT A PUMPKIN!
You and your family can have fun carving shapes in its bark.Try different drawings, phrases and silhouettes and do not forget that inside the pumpkin you will have to put a lit candle to illuminate your garden at night.
You can set up displays and scenes with Halloween ornament decorations such as cats, gargoyles, or skulls to make your yard or home look extra festive.
COBWEBS & SPIDERS!
The cobwebs are gloomy and old fashioned wherever they are put. The facade of your house can be a good place to locate them, as well as in the furniture you have in the garden. You can find sprays that simulate this material, or use yarn. And to complete the cobwebs, why not add a few spiders and create a bigger effect? You can make them with black cardboard, with black legs from sticks or cardboard.
With some used cardboard boxes, paint, scissors and wood stakes, you can create tombstones, and if you add some artificial moss from a craft store, it will make it look even more authentic. For something you can use year after year, create your own tombstones from concrete!
Using empty milk jugs, you can make ghost lights with black construction paper, string LED lights, some googly eyes and glue. Light up your garden with these little ghosts!
All you need to do is cut the fabric of an old sheet into thin strips, and cover a cereal or cracker box with the sheet pieces to make it look like a mummy. Then, add some googly eyes to make the perfect mummified decoration.
The final touch to the exterior of your house! Bats can be crafted with black paper or another material that can be cut out without much effort. You can make them in different sizes and stick them on the facade of your house, or hang them on a light colored thread.
We hope that these Halloween garden decor ideas have given you some inspiration for your own spooky setting. Remember to have fun and be creative!