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Halloween is on its way and if you haven’t decide yet how to decorate your garden or front yard then this post can be very useful and interesting for you. We’ve tried to gather the most cool Halloween outdoor decorations and DIY projects ideas to help you to create a perfect ambience on this fun holiday. Below you will find as simple items which you could easy make by yourself as more creative and expensive stuff you could buy. Of course you’ll also find a lot of ideas for various pumpkin decorations. Carved holiday pumpkins looks amazing, but there are plenty of ways to decorate them without any carving skills. You can use glitter, rhinestones, masks, markers and many other stuff. Ghosts, zombies, witches, skeletons and bats are also more than welcome in different outdoor Halloween displays. We hope that you’ll find some great ideas for your own garden or front yard.
To easily turn a festive fall display into a Halloween one simply draw several scary faces on pumpkins and you're good to go.
Mixing fall leaves, pumpkins, gourds and Indian corn works great for Fall decorations. Adding several skulls would turn suck display into a Halloween one. A bunch of tea lights would add a spooky vibe on Halloween night.
A full-size witch figure would definitely become a great addition to any front porch's decor.
A bunch of old white sheets could easily be turned into nice Halloween ghost costumes or outdoor decorations.
Spiders is one of the most popular kinds of Halloween decor. This is a great example of how you can nail them outdoors.
For a simple and cheerful Halloween decoration, carve a few jack-o-lanterns for your gate.
Don't go overboard with lighting at Halloween. Less is more. You need to create the creepy atmosphere, right?
Print a bunch of spider silhouettes and cut them from a plywood sheet. Next, paint them black and add to your front yard's decor.
Spying skeleton would easily become a centerpiece of any front yard's Halloween display.
These spiderwebs are easy and inexpensive to make so don't hesitate to use this idea for your porch.
Climbing skeletons would turn a side of your house into a gorgeous display.
This is how spooky cloaked ghosts could look like...
Life-size witch silhouette, wickedly stirring a concoction in a large pot would definitely look creepy on any front yard.
Your doorway is an easy spot to decorate even with a single black paper sheet.
Here is an awesome idea to repurpose old fence boards. Turn them into ghosts!
Here is a cool idea for a cool spooky Halloween sign.
Hang a rustic spooky wreath on your front door. Vines and black bats' silhouettes would do the job.
This ghosties is an awesome craft project for kids. Cheap materials ensure you can whip up a whole gaggle of such ghosts for your front yard.
DIY ghosts are quite cheap and easy to make. But who said they should be scary? They could be fun! Twin white sheet and a bunch of markers are only things you need.
Turn simple orange tissue paper balls into jack-o-lanterns! Simply cut facial features and from black paper and apply to the balls.
Turn craft-store materials into a life-sized witch that appears to float several feet above the ground.
Add felt bats to your front door's decor to give trick-or-treaters a friendly fright.
Craft cute monster and smiley pumpkins! You don't really need advanced pumpkin-carving skills for such project.
For some cute pumpkins you don't even need carving skills at all.
Add some personality to your front porch with a pumpkin topiary.
Any tree that lost its leaves would be an amazing base for spooky Halloween decorations. You can even hang some jack-o-lanterns on it. LED candle lanterns would be a nice addition too.
For a quick, last minute decor, simply draw eyes and mouths on a bunch of pumpkins and stuff them in vases.
Framing front door with skeletal gourds is a great way to make a festive first impression.
Too busy to decorate for Halloween? Just set a few un-carved pumpkins and fall blooms on your doorstep.
Bats and cats are quite easy to make. Simply trace their shapes onto a piece of felt and cut them out. Then repeat, repeat, repeat...
Hang a bunch of glowing jack-o-lanterns to surround your yard with moody light.
Glue a bunch of eyes to your trees to make them look alive.
Craft a small graveyard for your front yard.
Inexpensive foam sheets could easily be turned into realistic-looking grave markers.
Adding skelets on grave markers you've made would make them way cooler.
Create a spine-tingling scene with eerie realism. Use slabs of foam, paint, and props to assemble a cool display.
Cover some string lights with orange tissue paper balls with scary faces for a beautiful glowing display.
A life-size skeleton (from Pottery Barn) could greet your guests right on your front lawn.
Add some ghostly brightness to your front yard. These adorable ghosts would welcome your guests with a twist. Besides they are easy and cheap to make.
Hanged "people" is a great way to welcome your guests. They will be SCARED!
Don't forget to add at least some festive decor to your grill's zone.
Grab all the attention to your outdoor decor with life-sized serial killers figures.
Transform your yard into a bone-chilling cemetery with your creativity and a bunch of cool DIY projects like tombstones, ghosts and jack-o-lanterns.