Cheap & Easy DIY Halloween Decorations For Front Porch and Yard

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Are you excited to welcome the trick-or-treaters this Holiday? Get your creative juices flowing with these cheap & easy DIY Halloween decorations for the front porch and yard.

Halloween is my favorite holiday because I can try new ideas for outdoor and indoor decorations. If you scroll down the Pinterest you know what I mean.

But not all those ideas are cheap and easy to make, that’s why I have rounded up these scary and spooky ideas for your Halloween party decorations.

Outdoor Halloween decorations are not just limited to jack-o’-lantern and witch legs. Here you’ll find ideas to make scary lawn ghost and Halloween props for the front yard, simple Dollar store items to decorate lanterns, pumpkin topiary, and cool Halloween signs.

Easy DIY Halloween projects for door decoration, skull pillars, giant spider web, garage door silhouette. Bubbling witch cauldron and groundbreaker skeletons in the gravyard come to welcome your guests.

Sounds crazy!

Let’s dive in to get inspired

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Lawn Ghosts

You don’t need a graveyard to make your lawn look spooky. Try this simple skeleton decoration with yellow flowers in the background. Imagine how beautiful and classy it looks in your lawn.

Image Credit: ‎Drew Baurle‎ (Facebook)

Garage Door Silhouette

This is my favorite DIY Halloween decoration for the garage door, for this decoration you need a dancing witches plywood cutout shapes (you can place a custom order here). Paint it black and attach a string of red LED lights at the back using tape or nails.

Image Credit: ‎Grace Myles‎ (Facebook)

Giant Spider Web & Skeletons

Front porch Halloween decoration made from a giant spider web, skeletons, and a huge inflatable spider.

Image Credit: ‎Jane Dickson‎ (Facebook)

Skull Pillars

Image Credit: ‎Dee DePaolis‎‎ (Facebook)

Scary Zombie Pit

To make this simple DIY, head over to Home Depot and get a wood pallet. Use red paint to make those hand patterns on the pallet. Place the zombie face and hands between the gaps as they were trying to escape. Also add accessories like the chains, hammer, and zombie knives.

To make it more realistic you can put a speaker playing zombie growls underneath it and add some red LED lights inside.

Image Credit: Jenny Dalgleish‎‎ (Facebook)

Guests in Skeleton Wedding

Image Credit: Aaron Shippen‎‎‎ (Facebook)

Spooky Skeleton Hand Lantern

This prop is perfect for the lawn. You need some skeleton bones, a hanging chain, and a Halloween lantern.

Image Credit: Zack Klimper‎‎ (Facebook)

Skeleton in Coffin

Image Credit: Jennifer Colby (Facebook)

Creepy Zombie Skeletons

These zombie skeletons decorations especially their eyes really look so scary. Check out these creepy lawn ghost props.

Image Credit: Peter Thomas‎ (Facebook)

Skeleton Campfire

Image Credit: Ruth Barili Richmond‎‎ (Facebook)

Halloween Welcome Sign

Coffin shaped wooden Halloween sign can be a great front door and porch decoration idea. Check out this similar Halloween sign on Etsy.

Image Credit: Lindsey Stemann‎‎ (Facebook)

Ghost Calling From The Window

This prop is easy to make using some leftover wood panels on the window. Place this creepy ghost to make it scary.

Image Credit: Dan Nicholson (Facebook)

Glowing Cauldron Over Skulls

Image Credit: ‎Michael Hehir‎‎‎ (Facebook)

Mermaid & Pirate With Treasure

Pirate Halloween decoration can be created using the following accessories. You can also use creative ideas for the mermaid’s hairs and jewelry.

Image Credit: ‎Pam Kunz Vranes‎‎‎‎ (Facebook)

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