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‘Tis the season to be scary! There are a little over two weeks left in October which means there’s plenty of time to start decorating your landscape with spooky Halloween lawn decorations. Sure, you could buy a pumpkin or two and have it sit up by the front door, but why not go extra mile this year? If you need some ideas, check out some of these Halloween lawn decorations we found that really nail it.
Whether you’ve got a real manhole on your front lawn or are up for crafting a DIY manhole, check out this creepy creature one enthusiastic halloween decorator created. Check out the complete instructions for building your own here.
It’s decorative gourd season! Save some of your mutant squash for Thanksgiving decoration, then paint the rest white with a spooky ghost face and, voila! You’ve got ghosts to hang from trees.
Every good Halloween landscape should have a theme! This clever homeowner came up with “Occupy Halloween”. Check out the Guy Fawkes skeletons, complete with bongos!
Landscaping arches are usually reserved for gardens or elegant events like weddings, but who says they can’t be scary? Check out how this homeowner crafted this here.
Lighting goes a long way for setting a creepy mood for nighttime trick-or-treaters. You can buy different colored bulbs at most hardware stores. The combination of neon green, blue, purple, and pink can create an overwhelming effect, but don’t be afraid to experiment!
Not all lawn decorations have to be scary! Check out this wholesome scene featuring some skeleton pals around the campfire. The tutorial for making skeletons stand up can be found here.
Finally, your Halloween lawn decorations don’t even have to be scary or utilize pumpkins, skeletons, etc. You can just pay tribute to some of your favorite movie, like this homeowner did with Star Wars. All they needed was a whole lot of hay. Have you seen some awesome Halloween lawns? Or do YOU have an awesome lawn you want to show off? Head over to our Facebook and post it!