Happy Haunting everyone! Let’s decorate a front porch with Halloween decorations. Ghost, pumpkin, bats oh my!
I decorated my front porch for Fall on September 1st. October rolled around, I decided I would change out a few things to make it festive for Halloween. Not scary! I keep it fun for the grandchildren.
Is this ghost wreath not adorable? I found it on Etsy.
styling the front porch
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add a wreath
This Ghost Wreath – Halloween Wreath is by Everbloomingoriginal. I fell in love with it. These little ghost wreath that comes in a mini and a regular. Mine shown is the regular. The wreath can be customized by choice of face and selection of bow. How fun! My grandchildren thinks she is pretty darn cute too. I wanted my door to be fun, not scary for the little ones.
add some fun Halloween decorations
I added felt bats around the door way and even have a few hanging upside down. The bats that I purchased sold out. You could make your bats with felt.
By layering rugs it adds some texture. I found this great 2’x3′ Indoor/Outdoor Reversible Scatter Rug at Target. One side of the rug has checks and it reverses to stripes. You can use it throughout the seasons and just add a seasonal rug on top like I did here for Halloween.
The black planter urns are perfect for holding seasonal fall plants. My Mums are really blooming now in gorgeous hues of deep burgundy.
The porch was finished off with two lanterns, lots of pumpkins from the local orchard and a crazy looking skeleton. Piper, our little French Bulldog does not like the skeleton. She is afraid of Billy Bones.
Happy Haunting everyone!
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