When it comes to Halloween, you cannot forget about decorating the outside of your house. I don’t know about you, but every year, I look forward to seeing the decorations that my neighbors put out and I’m sure they look forward to seeing mine – each year, I try to add something new to my collection. Are you looking to add something to your Halloween décor collection? Here’s the top outdoor Halloween décor on my list ….
If you are looking to add an extra spook to your yard during Halloween, this sinister skull holding a lantern would do a good job. It puts off just enough light so that it doesn’t take away from the creepy atmosphere. When it is lit, during the dark, it can add drama to any spooky setting. It requires two AA batteries.
In the mixture of spooky outdoor accessories, we can’t forget a skeleton dog to watch over it all. The skeleton dog is 18.5 inches long, 7.9 inches wide and stands 7.5 inches high. It is made of plastic.
Along with that dog, you may be interested in this baby skel-e dragon. This little baby dragon is so creepy, but at the same time, it’s cute! It is great for the front yard or patio – wherever you put it, people who see it will be sure to smile. While it is great for Halloween, I would personally use it anytime of the year. It is made of durable polyresin and can be used either indoor or outdoor.
You can add some spookiness to your yard by purchasing some pretty cool inflatable accessories. This grim reaper driving a pumpkin carriage caught my eye … because in my opinion, the grim reaper is pretty scary. It is made of weather resistant polyester and can be inflated in only minutes. When it is inflated, the measurements are 138”L x 51” W x 87 “ H. During the night time, of course, it lights up better.
This scary clown will be sure to add a thrill to that Halloween atmosphere. It comes complete with tattered clothes and has a realistic hand painted face. It is approximately 12 foot tall and his eyes light up. It requires 2 AA batteries.
These lighted zombie stakes really caught my attention. By using 3 AAA batteries, you can brighten the walk way for any “walkers.” They can be used to create a spooky Halloween display along a flower bed, fence line or a path. These zombies have glowing eyes that change from red to green to blue and they are complete with tattered clothing to give that all out spooky look.
That’s the top Halloween décor on my list this year and I can’t wait to add a lot of it to my Halloween setting!