Outdoor Halloween Decorations Ideas

When the neighbors visit on October 31 have your front porch and yard ready with these fun outdoor Halloween decorations ideas.

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The front porch this year has more of a spooky theme. My grandchildren like spooky without it being too scary. I had a fun time decorating and believe it has the right balance of spooky.

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My vintage cabinet was brought outside to hold a few bones. A fake bottle of poison and fun webbing from Michaels adds some visual interest to create cob webs.

Mr. Bones made his annual debut on the porch. My French Bulldog, Piper is very afraid of Mr. Bones.

A few ghosts decided to hang out in our front yard around several tombstones in the flower beds. These fun ghosts light up at night.

Mr. G was a little surprise at the giant spider. I don’t like spiders.

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This outdoor Halloween decorations ideas are fun with glowing ghosts, talking interacting pumpkins, an over size broom stick that lights up, lots luminaries and motion activate skeleton make eerie sounds.

The neighbors have been driving by with their children on golf carts to checkout everyone’s porch decorations. We enjoy living in a neighborhood where we get trick or treaters.

Some of my blogging friends are doing some amazing things on their blogs this week! I am sure you are going to love each and every one! Just click on the image below to head over to see what they have for you!

If you are coming over from Do’s Blog at Do Dodson Designs, thank you for stopping by!

Head on over to my talented friend Leslie’s blog at Feet Under My Table. She has a beautiful project for you!

Be sure to check out each of these amazing projects from my blog friends!

Some of my favorite Halloween Decorations

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2020 Halloween Porch

My 2020 Halloween porch was called “Happy Haunting”. You can see what I did here.

Happy Saturday, sweet friends!

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  1. What a fun front porch you have created Tammy! I am sure your neighbors and the children in your neighborhood are enjoying it! And your grandkids must feel special knowing you did this for them. 🙂 Pinning!

    1. Tammy,

      Your porch is adorable. Love the skelton in pieces in the basket.

      You’re a special grandma to do this for the grandkids.

      Poor Piperr being afraid.


  2. How fun, Tammy! Poor Piper! It’s a long time until Halloween. I may have giggled when I thought of the story of you finding the skeleton! I’d love to be on a golf cart to tour your amazing neighborhood— I’m sure they are looking forward to each Halloween at Mrs. Tammy’s! Have a great weekend—great hopping with you!

    1. Oh my goodness, Leslie. Yep, Mr. Bones is definitely the one that had the storage box jumping, glowing and making eerie sounds. So much fun now that he is where I can see him. LOL

  3. I adore your Halloween decorations. Fall is my favorite time of the year. Our neighborhood goes all out, and it’s rather entertaining on my morning walks. I am pinning this to my Fall Decor board for inspiration. I better get busy decorating.

    Thanks for joining us in the blog hop. It was so much fun! 🙂

    1. Our neighborhood goes all out too. I never decorated for Halloween until we moved into the new house. We never got Trick or Treaters before living surrounded by lots of trees. Thanks so much for commenting on my post. And, thank you for having me on the blog hop. I love it!

  4. Tammy, your Halloween porch looks amazing! My favorite decoration is the little broom “home is where you hang your broom”…adorable! You always find the cutest items. Thanks for sharing, friend!

    1. I thought it was cute too. Kim, I never decorated for Halloween until we moved into the new house. No one came to the old one because of being in the woods. The grandchildren love it.

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