“The time has come to dress your home, with ghosts and ghouls and pots of treats and pumkin heads with lights that beam.
Hairy spiders climbing webs, scary costumes walk the streets and all because it’s Halloween”
With Halloween upon us it has become increasingly popular to impress your family and friends with your spooky outdoor decorations.
From fake blood and skulls galore, nothing is off limits for Halloween, however, if gory isn’t your preferred decoration, we’ve found some cute ideas that can still stand out on the day.
Light up your front door with these light strings designed with skulld to grab the attention.
Stake Skull Lights
Light up the pathway to your front door for trick and treaters with these solar skull lights.
Why not place these fun and festive googly eyss on your front door.
The kids will just love this huge hairy spider nesting in a giant web leading up to the house.
Or why not get the children involved by making your own spooky decorations.
Spider Web Wreath
To create this wreath, fold 2 sheets of black paper accordion-style (about 1.5″ inch folds). Proceed to fold each in half lengthwise. Cut the top of the fold diagonally (you should be left with a pointed end when it’s unfolded). Then, cut three rectangles out of the paper, about half an inch apart, on each segment. Once both sheets of paper are cut and folded, tie them together tightly at their center folds. Take each loose edge of folded paper and attach it to the end next to it with glue. Soon enough, the paper will open up like a spider web.
Keep out doorway
An unwelcoming entryway is perfect for Halloween. To get the look, stretch cobwebs to somewhat cover the door and secure them with masking tape. Cut cardboard to resemble various-size wood slats. Paint a “Keep Out” sign on two of the slats and glue bolts to each piece of cardboard. Tape the slats to the door and you’re done.
Involve the children in creating their own monsters by making these colourful creatures to show trick-or-treaters that your house is haunted from the inside out.
Have some festive fun this weekend and we hope we’ve given you some spooky ideas to entertain the trick and treaters.
*Source: Good housekeeping