Don't waste money on inflatable Halloween decorations for your front yard. Use our ideas and your crafty skills to make one-of-a-kind decorations. You'll be the envy of the neighborhood and save a lot of money.
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. 4 of 93
Ultimate Halloween Decorations: I ADORE Halloween! I grew up in a town where Halloween was and is a BIG deal. School gets out for Halloween in my home town, we have two nights of trick-or-treating and a crazy big Halloween parade. Growing up like that Halloween gets in your b
These DIY projects we've gathered will turn your garden, yard or front porch into an exquisitely enchanting and spooky landscape this Halloween, just have a look below! You can decorate your outdoor space with ghosts, zombies, scarecrows, bats, black crows, skeletons, witches, lanterns, wreath, spiders and more…
These outdoor Halloween decorations can help you transform your backyard, porch, and front yard into a haunted playland. When night falls, a cast of creepy characters can help turn your yard into a landscape that's equally frightening and enchanting.
Martha shows how to make giant skeletons with wire, paper, and cheesecloth; then she shows how to carve gravestones out of Styrofoam. Brought to you by Marth