By BiSM1LLah-empiritrage. Halloween Decoration. At Monday, October 15th 2018, 22:37:39 PM.
An easy and cheap thing to do is to find an old planter box, paint it black and use a stencil to paint Trick or Treat on the side. Fill the planter box with hay and pile on some pumpkins with a larger pumpkin on the bottom and then use smaller sizes on the next layers; sort of like topiary of pumpkins. For the topiary of pumpkins, I would paint the faces on them instead of carving them. You will want them to be sturdy and maybe even use a metal rod down the center to keep them together.
Spooky Centerpiece. Add a touch of the unexpected with a large glass bowl filled with tiny skulls. These can be purchased either in a bag or attached to a garland that can be coiled inside the bowl. Outside: Only the Christmas season surpasses Halloween when it comes to outside decorations. Be the talk of the neighborhood with decorations that go beyond the predictable jack-o-lanterns.
Pumpkins of various sizes and shapes are very ideal decorations for the outdoors. You can paint them using creepy colors and utilize obscure outlines to complete it. Also, you can carve eye holes in them and place candles or any light inside. This will create a dim glow, giving a very spooky ambiance to your house. Create floating ghosts in your porch by hanging old table cloths and putting eye holes in them. Light them up to highlight their presence. This is can be a very effective Halloween decoration and with a little help from the wind that will bestow its movements, this can be a really eerie site especially from afar.