All Halloween or All Hallow’s Eve popularly known as Halloween is celebrated annually in varied number of countries on 31st October. Halloween is celebrated remembering the dead. The customary spotlight of Halloween revolves around humour and to mock or brazen out the power of death.
A typical Halloween celebration involves either attending a costume party or throwing a costume party, also involves trick-or-treat; where children dressed up in costumes go from one house to another where they are given away candies, here the word trick refers to creating nuisance in the house owners if treat is denied. But it also involves visiting haunted attractions, sharing scary ghost stories, watching a horror flick and also carving the pumpkin into a Jack-O-lantern which is a prime symbol indicating the soul of the dead.
There are n numbers of way to make your outdoor spooky and scary which would turn people white with fear. The few can be enumerated as follows:
a) The spooky Cauldron:
You can place a black coloured cauldron near your entrance. To make a witch’s cauldron foggy you can put in dry ice and water to make it foggy. You can also place an animated witch behind the cauldron. If not a witch you can also get your hands on hanging witch hats combine it with tapes of a witch’s laughter.
b) The Tipsy Tombstones:
Tombstones reading scary messages like Beware or Rest in Peace with skeleton heads coming out of it could prove to be a quirky addition to outdoor decorations for Halloween. They prove too spooky yet creative.
c) Witch Legs:
You can have access to witch legs stake, you can place those legs upside down inside a cauldron giving it a scary yet a humorous look. They are available in different colours like yellow, red and black coupled with pointed shoes.
d) Zombie land:
Animated zombie props can be placed in your yards which look scary with flashing red eyes, their skin falling apart and they are smeared with dirt. You can place them as; they are struggling to be free and are coming out from their graves.
e) Scary Peeper Creep:
Place a life like scary peeper behind a tree or your barn doors or your windows. People would easily get scared when they see someone scary peeping at them when they least expect it.
f) Talking Tree:
Easily obtainable face and arm sets can be positioned on trees to give it a horror look. You can also place tapes that play eerie ghostly noise. You can complete the decoration by hanging Halloween bats with flashing eyes.
g) Dog on leash:
Skeleton dogs on leash can be tied up in significant positions on the yard. You can couple it with zombie dog owners.
Your outdoor decorations won’t be complete without Jack-O-Lantern. Pumpkin carved with spooky, crooked, scary smile would make a great part of your decorations. You can also make a pumpkin man just the way you would make a snowman.
Have fun decorating and scare some people out of their wits.