Welcome Visitors With Outdoor Halloween DecorationsThese vinyl art decal spooky faces from Etsy are perfect if you don't have much time to craft any decorations. They're easy to apply and give the impression that the face has been hand-painted on the door! However, this pumpkin design is probably more cute than scary, so if you're looking for a sticker to spook your neighbours, you could always choose one with spiky teeth and angry eyes instead.
Etsy is a great way of supporting local businesses this Halloween. Just make sure you place your order in good time, as most of the artists need longer than a traditional retailer because everything is lovingly made by hand. Speaking of Etsy, why not try something different and opt for a personalised Halloween doormat that you can reuse every year?
Personalised Outdoor Halloween DecorationsWhat better way to welcome your visitors than with a custom halloween doormat? You can use websites such as Not On The High Street to write a familiar phrase that your family always use, or come up with something quirky to ensure trick or treaters are anxious to knock on and see what's inside.
As you'll only be using your custom welcome mat a couple of days a year, it will stay in great condition in your loft or shed until next Halloween rolls around. You could even make it a family tradition and buy your children one when they move into their first home.
Look Out For The Witch In The Plant PotsYou don't have to spend a lot of money on outdoor Halloween decorations to make an impression. These hilarious witch legs can be found in many stores across the UK, but what's the fun in that? Choose an evening and get to work on crafting your very own witch in the plant pots. You'll need:
- Stripy tights
- Two pieces of wood
- Old pair of shoes
Social SkeletonsExperimenting with plastic skeletons and fairy lights might not be the scariest of outdoor halloween decorations, but is definitely one to get everybody to stop dead and stare. You can dress your new friends in funny outfits and have them do something really obscure like toasting marshmallows, enjoying an afternoon tea, or doing each other's make-up; anything that will surprise your visitors and encourage them to snap a photo.
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