Oct 12, 2015

Spooky Outdoor Halloween Decorations

Halloween is one of my favorite times of the year. I love transforming our home and yard for this ghoulish holiday. The temperatures in Arizona have finally began to drop below triple digits in the evenings, so one of the traditions my family enjoys is going on "Halloween walks". We scout out neighborhood homes with spooky decorations for fun. Today I have 10 of my favorite Spooky Outdoor Halloween Decorations I have found online.  

These are seriously the cutest little ghosts I have ever seen!! Jen Grantham at Crafty Home Improvement (Mis)Adventures created a tutorial that will teach you how to make these adorable Tomato Cage Ghosts. You can find the tutorial here.

2. Zombie Garage

If you have windows in your garage this will be the perfect addition to add spookiness to your Halloween Decor. Find the full tutorial at the Wisteria Garden Circle.

This scream worthy doormat is perfect for scaring trick-or-treaters on Halloween night. Find the tutorial here.

Just looking at these spirit ghosts are creepy! Follow the easy tutorial at Martha Stewart and you can spook everyone who passes by your yard!

I love this idea from Nifty, Thrifty, & Thriving. She turned her porch into the opening of the monster's mouth! Check out the tutorial here.

Stephanie at the TipToe Fairy created these creepy spider egg sacs. They are one of the easiest ways to make your house creepy without spending a lot of cash. Check out her tutorial here

This creepy mailbox craft is perfect to give neighbors a friendly fright! Check out the tutorial here.

This ultra creepy decoration involves using a mannequin.... and a little bit of digging in your garden or yard.... but it totally had me fooled! Check this link out for instructions and a few more ideas!!!!.

Sharon Marie from Made with Love... Props & More, created these Chicken Wire Ghost Dresses. They give the illusion of ghosts floating across your lawn. For the full tutorial go here.

Katie and Justin at Ruffles & Truffles created this imaginative and blow your mind creepy scene in their yard! Head over to Katie's blog to read all about the process they used to install cool skeleton feature and how you can make your own!

Whatever you choose to do for your outdoor decorations, make it creative and fun, involve the entire family, and create memories together. Which decorations are your favorite to do? Do you have any favorite tutorials? Please share them in the comments!

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