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I need ideas for cheap Halloween yard decorations. Any ideas?

I already found a giant spider made for trash bags and a witch silhouette. What else can I do cheaply? I don’t want stuff from the store.

http://www.moneycrashers.com/cheap-diy-halloween-decoration-ideas/
http://images.marthastewart.com/images/content/web/pdfs/pdf1/1005_witch.pdf

4 Responses to I need ideas for cheap Halloween yard decorations. Any ideas?

  • XCUZE M3 says:
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    All you need for this is white tissues abd white string/ribbion, someting to tie with that is not too thick (and lollipops if you want)
    Steps
    1) take 1-2 tissues and curl it into a ball
    2) take 1 tissue and lay it flat, put the tissue ball inside and tie it at the bottom (it should look like a gohst)
    3) then draw on two eyes with a sharpie.
    with the ribbon make it long so you can hang it up on the railing or something

    *with the lollipops replace the tissue ball with a lollipop and give tht to trick or treaters

  • dr324watson says:

    A few years back I decorated indoors for an outdoor effect. I replaced the lighting in one room to blue, hung light weight old curtains shredded and torn (white works best with the blue lighting) and then placed an oscillating fan on the curtains to blow them about. It created a spooky effect for the outsiders.

    In another room I took a large white sheet (placed padding for a head) and hung it up so that it spread the length of the window (using string and tacks for the mounting). I painted on a scary face with old makeup and put a strobe light on it with all other lights out. Great effect!

    In the front yard you can get some cheap lumber and make a cross. Hang a dark blanket over the cross piece and tie at neck area. For the head use a pumpkin and you can use magic marker to create a scary face. I patterned mine after the one you may have seen from the movie "Sleepy Hollow".

    Spread spider webs on buses and shrubs. The lighter you place them and really stretch them out, makes them look more like webs.

    Our family always likes to role play as well. One year, I placed my daughter in an old wheel chair (dressed in dark clothing and a black blanket as a shawl) my son opened the door from the inside as he stayed hidden behind the door. I wheeled my daughter down the hall way very slowly(she had the candy bowl in her lap) towards the trick or treaters (I was dressed as a witch). I had placed lit candles in the area as the only lighting (scary music in the background). I distributed the candy without saying a word to the children. I backed up and my son slowly shut the door. We had a lot of children returning letting us know we had the "spookiest house they had ever been to". It was all in good fun.

    Another year we placed a seance table out with a single hurricane candle lit on it. We dressed up a fake witch from a costume we had prior and just bought a cheap rubber mask that we padded up and had her placed in a chair at the table. We made an imitation Ouija Board (made out of sturdy cardboard, spray painted).

    Hope some of these ideas help you out. Basically, just be creative and use what you have around the house.

  • Carmela says:

    try this website..hope it helps 🙂

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