For those of us who love the fall, bringing out the Halloween yard decorations is always a fun day. But sometimes it’s necessary to update the decorations and refresh the fun.
Remember the flying witch you had on the side of your house for several years? By now her cape is a bit tattered, and the broomstick is bent from being shoved in the storage box.
And the sack of bones that turned into a skeleton, reaching out of the grave ready to snatch any passerby is now missing a femur bone. Fido grabbed it and buried it in the neighbor’s compost pile.
Why not start fresh this year and add a few items to give your yard a whole new look. I’m recommending seven new Halloween yard decorations for you to check out.
It’s time to spruce up your fall yard “attire.” And have lots of fun doing it too! (While we are talking about my favorite fall holiday, take a minute and check out these Superhero Costumes).
Wicked Witch Of The East Legs
Who doesn’t like Ruby Slippers? Make your house or garage look like it was the one that landed on top of this badass witch. Those striped stockings and shoes are 18” long – the perfect size to accent a little corner of your house or garage. You’ll get more than a one-second glance and lots of smiles at this one.
Maybe the Wizard of Oz isn’t a Halloween movie, but when the kids come to your house for trick-or-treating and see those legs sticking out, they are all going to wonder if there’s something they don’t know.
All you need to do now is dress up like the Tin Man or Dorothy to hand out treats, and you’re all set for the evening. How fun is this addition to your Halloween yard decorations!
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Lighted Witch Hat
Sometimes Halloween Yard Decorations look pretty lame during the day, but that’s not the case with this fun witch hat that stands 24 inches high and looks festive even during the daylight hours.
The hat is on a stake so you can place it anywhere an extension cord will reach and at night, let this funky hat light up your yard.
BONUS: This is a new Halloween yard decoration this year, so not everyone on the block will have the same thing. Another bonus – it comes in the orange as shown, but you can also get it in purple.
If you are going for a bit more creepiness, check out this Mega Spider Web. There’s even a nasty (but soft) black spider you can put in the web. If you have ever seen Harry Potter Chamber of Secrets, you know precisely how horrifying a gigantic spider can be!
But I promise this one doesn’t have a taste for flesh. You can quickly move it from one location to another without putting yourself at risk.
Black Cat Pumpkin Holder
Instead of carving all your pumpkins and lining them up on the front step, save just one for this super fun black cat pumpkin holder. Its eyes even light up at night! This one might look good lurking out from behind a tree or standing in the nearly spent flower gardens.
Halloween isn’t complete if you don’t have a black cat in your life. And if you don’t want to care for one year round, this one will make your fall much more pleasurable because no feeding is required.
Click Here to own your very own black cat. You don’t even need to pick up fresh litter for this Halloween yard decoration.
Inflatable Halloween Pumpkin Patch
Sometimes you don’t want anything fancy. A simple line up of 5 inflatable pumpkins that light up at night is just the thing to let the neighborhood know that the Halloween spirit is alive and well at your place.
It will inflate automatically, and the set up comes with stakes to secure it from fall winds. The jack-o-lanterns are friendly in appearance so no nightmares if you have little ones.
Skeleton Halloween Yard Decoration
This dude is just too fun not to have in your yard. He wears a mask and a cape and is lit from the inside, so he’s delightful at night. He stands 24 inches tall and is quite durable so you’ll enjoy him for years to come.
There are three other similar decorations made in the same style as the skeleton, so if you’d rather, you could choose a bat or a mummy.
So many Halloween yard decorations are cumbersome to store, but this little guy has a slender profile, so storage is rather easy.
“Yes, I Drive A Stick” Garden Flag
Sometimes Halloween yard decorations can be subtle but still make a statement. I love this fun little garden flag that alerts the world to your true nature.
(Who doesn’t claim a little witch heritage at Halloween?) Whether you place this by your front doorstep or place it boldly at the end of the driveway, everyone will know you are someone who fully embraces this favorite October holiday.
Click Here to welcome your neighboring witches and add this to your Halloween yard decorations.
Go Ahead, Embrace Halloween and Decorate!
After reading about all these fun Halloween yard decorations, I know you’re inspired to make your home the envy of the neighborhood. Jump in and have some fun this fall expanding your Halloween spirit in new directions.
Embrace your inner witch, and celebrate but don’t wait to select your new treasures as these cool decorations are selling fast. Buy before they run out!
And don’t forget about those Superhero Costumes. They’re fun!