Inspect your yard
Inspect your yard and design a layout. Get an idea that how to best utilize the available space. If you are decorating your yard for the purpose of conducting a Halloween party, then make sure to use few selective probs in order to make sure that you have space available to entertain your guests as well.
Halloween’s decorations look incomplete without pumpkins. Carve the pumpkins the way you want and imprint or paint various images on them. You can make spiders, smiley, insects, skeleton face, and eyeballs on them or simply place a witch hat at the top for scary look. Once you decorate the pumpkins, place them on different corners of your yard or arrange them on a large table.
Monster or wizard
Although you can purchase a decorated monster of wizard from your nearest market, it is much more entertaining to make a monster yourself. Stuff together the extra or old pant, boots, and shirt to make the body of the monster or wizard. Use a marker to make its eyes nose and mouth. Now, add the artificial monster or wizard hands and mask to it in order to give it a natural monster look. Set a chair in the center or entrance of your yard and place the handmade monster or wizard on it.
Take some medium white cloth pieces and make ghost’s eyes and mouths on them, using black marker. Now, hang them from metal spikes or wood. Set the ghosts in a circle or along the edge of your yard. Enjoy your ghosts swinging freely in the wind or air.
Note: It is better to use heat-resistant fabric in order to avoid the danger of fire due to the lightings or candles around.
Fake cobwebs or spider webs
Cover the trees and fence of your lawn with some fake cobweb or spider web to create a lawn invasion of uncanny crawling insects. In case if you cannot afford the artificial spider or cob webs, then take some large rocks black and paint it black. Add some black metal legs and spread out creepy spiders across the grass.
Decorate the trees of your yard
Grab the white plastic bags and fill them with old newspapers. Seal them and make ghost’s eyes and mouth on them. Tie threads to them and hang them on the branches of the trees in your yard.
Decorate the entrance gate
Cover the entrance gate of your yard with artificial spider webs and lightings. You can set a skeleton along the entrance of the yard for a creepy welcome. Take an old wooden block and write some warning letters on it, using paint or markers. For example, you can write something like “Danger” “Stop” or “Boo” etc.
Your nicely decorate spooky Yard is all set to rock your Halloween, Enjoy!