I love getting festive with our outdoor Halloween decor each year, and had so much fun decorating our porch, yard, and window boxes recently!
Let’s take a tour shall we? I’ll start with the daytime photos and then show some nighttime photos with all the uplighting and orange LED lights.
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One of my favorite outdoor Halloween decor elements are my lit pumpkins in the window boxes.
They look super cool at night!
The skulls came from Dollar Tree, but I’ve seen them at Amazon as well.
Each year I stock up on affordable stretchy spider webs from Amazon, Dollar Tree, and Target Dollar Spot. They make such an impact and stretch so far across the front of our house.
I’ve been growing my faux pumpkin collection for a handful of years. some of them came in colors, and others I’ve spray painted and drilled holes into to make DIY luminary pumpkins.
Three hay bales added to this porch corner help elevate my faux pumpkins, mums, ornamental cabbage, a crow, and gold skull.
This is one of my favorite corners in our outdoor Halloween decor!
A few pumpkins, fall plants, and a cat from Dollar Tree add a little something to this small area covered in spider webs.
The plants get a spider web layer as well.
This year I went a little extra and added the spider web to the other half of the front of the house. I also added a set of lit pumpkin stakes fro Michaels to the landscaping.
A third larger, fuzzy spider made a home here as well.
Here’s a zoomed out look. I totally know how gaudy it all is, haha!
Holiday decor is kinda all the fun we have right now during this pandemic, so I went big this year.
The neighbor kids absolutely love it, and I love making things feel a little magical when I can during almost all holidays.
I added five skeleton and pumpkin ghouls from Dollar Tree to our five trees near the sidewalk.
And now it’s time for the nighttime portion of the outdoor Halloween decor tour!
And a closer look at the front porch decor. I love the orange LED lights in the bushes and behind the ghost also from Dollar Tree.
I like to use couple Halloween lights that display moving ghosts and spooky eyes on an empty wall to add some fun at night!
Soooo many spiders webs and orange lights everywhere, ha!
I made this large DIY window box a few years ago, and love decorating it for every holiday.
I love how the window box area looks when it’s lit with my favorite outdoor LED up lights that we use year-round. Lighting adds so much drama!
What do you think of my outdoor Halloween decor tour?
As I said earlier, I know it’s very gaudy, but it brings some fun to our neighborhood. We have a handful of other houses on our street who have gone extra big for Halloween this year, and it just feels so festive.:)
I hope you’re all staying safe and healthy!