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Need Help with Halloween Decorations?

I’m 24

Alright, for the first time ever, my mum has the money for us to do Halloween Decorations. Now, I’m dying to touch up the house so I can scare the shit out of those useless brats; and believe me, they’re really bratty.

I’ve measured our front yard; and it’s huge!

From the transformer to the flower bed; which is the edge of our driveway: 13 ft, 10 in
From the garage door to the end of the driveway: 43 ft
From the stairs to the end of the driveway: About 30 ft
From the fence to the end of the driveway: roughly 69 ft; it’s the same on the other side.

And well, I was kinda hoping for either a dark, creepy forest scene


I can do something out of a graveyard.

Any ideas on how I can go about this?

P.S. Got any good ideas for music?

3 Responses to Need Help with Halloween Decorations?

  • Michelle Young says:


    Here’s some ideas for Halloween. I thrown a Halloween party for my kids nearly every year so far, alternate between the two of them as one is now 9 and the other 17 so their needs and what acceptable is a little different.

    I’m just in the middle of building a web site on ‘Party themes’ and one of the sections is ‘Halloween party ideas for teenagers’ there’s also a page for younger kids.

    Below is an example of a Halloween theme, Mad scientists Laboratory. Another one I really like is the zombie dinner party and Dolls house (that’s ones simple but creepy) There’s also some good ideas on creating a Zombie Graveyard.

    Here’s an extract from the web site…. if you fancy visiting it the address is http://creative-kids-partys.com it’s a nonprofit site and still under construction on some pages but I hope it helps if you take a look. There’s food, invitation and games ideas to.

    Halloween party ideas for teenagers – Zombie Graveyard

    With just a little imagination and carefully placed zombie corpses a garden can quite easily become a ‘Zombie Graveyard’.

    Create Headstones using sheets of cardboard you can really strong sheets of card from supermarkets, they’re always glad to get rid of some. You cut these into different grave shapes and paint grey and then write on names of the deceased. Place these at random throughout the garden or yard, up against fences or standing up free, a simple line cut a couple of inches down into the grass will allow the grave to stand up on its own. Details like blood and slime can also be added if you like.

    If you live in a climate where it’s cold at Halloween, although originally from Britain, I now live in Australia so Halloween is in summer, then you can work wonders with a big pile of autumn leaves. So if you can get your hands on a great big pile of leaves then you can lay these out in front of the grave stones to resemble where the body would be.

    If you can either create or acquire body parts, arms legs, hands then these can be placed in the leave so that it looks like the zombies are rising form the dead.

    These kinds of really creative Halloween party ideas for teenagers will be real winners with all their friends. I’ll bet you have lots of help to once you tell them what your ideas are! Playing kids Halloween party games set in these fantastic settings will have teens really spooked.

    A different direction for Zombies could be to add a music theme and host a Michael Jackson Thriller party with all the guests dressed as zombies…

    Good luck and Happy Halloween

  • Raquel says:

    Hi. Im 13 and don’t get scared easily but last year my dad scared me with what he did to our yard. You should do the same as him. You should make it a grave yard scene and if you could, get a fog machine. Then you should place some skeletons in front of some of the graves but have one or two of the skeletons be real people dressed up and when some kids go up to your house someone grab their leg or scare them. for music I think the Halloween theme song is scary(from the movie Halloween if you’ve ever seen it) and Nightmare on elm street(from the movie Nightmare On Elm Street with Freddy). These two give me the chills. and you could go to a party store such as party city and find some scary music cds. Hope I gave you good ideas

  • Kat says:

    You do have a big yard indeed. Check out the top rated Halloween house decorations:

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