With October on the horizon, the nights begin to get dark quickly and people begin decorating for fright night. There's no need to neglect the outdoors with these Porch Halloween Decorations which will give every trick-or-treater a real spook. 1.Hanging Bats These creepy bats also make a wonderful Halloween craft
Halloween decorating ideas for your front yard or entranceway are simply a natural extension of the fall theme, which many homes proudly sport in this season. If you have already embraced the fall style with a wreath on your front door and a few pumpkins around, then you definitely have a head start over others!
Another way to decorate your porch is by having floating ghosts. If you have some trees in your yard, a few balloons or balls wrapped in a sheet will do the trick. Cut the sheets into ghostly figures, give them some form with the balls, and hang them on the trees. The wind will do the rest for you.
Only the bravest trick-or-treaters will dare to enter your front porch with décor from Shindigz. Add tombstones, zombies, and witches to your Halloween door decorations.
For a truly creepy decoration, spray-paint several plastic skulls (which can be found in the Halloween section of most craft stores) any color you like. Attach rope or twine to the back of each skull with double-sided tape then group them together and hang from a screw eye or plant hook attached to the porch ceiling or overhang.
There's no need to go over the top with your outdoor Halloween decorations just because the neighbors did. Here, stately, elegant array of pumpkins spruces up the outside of this home beautifully. Meanwhile, a simple green garland decorates the front door. 5 Morgue Door Decorations