The head and arms are made from a heavy weight plastic, not out of foam. They are full human size with the face being 8" from chin to top of forehead. There is a concealed stake included to keep the head from blowing away and both "arms" are stakes. It will be a great add to any creepy Halloween graveyard. Just add a little mulch around it to give the appearance of crawling out of the ground. The color is darker than the picture and I like it!
Beautiful butterflies seem to float off the pages of a dusty old tome, growing as they flit around this library. You can make these creatures in different sizes for your display. You can print the butterflies using our three templates: One for an orange butterfly, another for red specimens, and the last for smaller varieties overall. Print them on heavyweight paper. Trim butterflies roughly, then use some spray adhesive to adhere them to black paper. Carefully cut out each butterfly.
And if you still have your fog machine from last year, then you better make sure it's full and ready to go! Pick up some fog machine fluid from Spirit to make sure you have plenty to make it through the season--and you'll feel confident knowing that foggy fright will be ready to set the scene all the way to Halloween! From offering a wide selection of new and improved fog machines to helping make sure your current one lasts for years to come, Spirit Halloween is here to make sure that your Halloween is as foggy as ever.
And if you still have your fog machine from last year, then you better make sure it's full and ready to go! Pick up some fog machine fluid from Spirit to make sure you have plenty to make it through the season--and you'll feel confident knowing that foggy fright will be ready to set the scene all the way to Halloween! From offering a wide selection of new and improved fog machines to helping make sure your current one lasts for years to come, Spirit Halloween is here to make sure that your Halloween is as foggy as ever.
If you want trick-or-treaters to come a knockin’, you’ve got to have front door appeal. There are so many ways to amp up your entries. There’s the traditional wreath with a Halloween flair. You can choose window clings, spooky draping cloths, and gory garlands. And hey, if you really want to get weird you could even put a zombie hand on your front doorknob. It’s so horrifying we wonder why this product even exists. But it does, and you can get it from us! That’s what Halloween merch is all about, right?
And hey, maybe you want to give your haunted house a more modern touch than the classic vampire mansion. We've got a fun collection of decorations that cling right to your appliances and doorways--how creepy would it be to see a demonic face trying to push through your dishwasher?! Or what about a bloody hand coming out of your toilet bowl? With wall and window decorations ranging from fun and silly to absolutely nightmarish, Spirit is here to help you create a home that's as fun or as scary as you want it to be. Wait, is that a skeleton on the toilet? You better knock before entering!
For some, the best part about Halloween is decorating your home inside and outside. Whether you want spooky Halloween decor full of skeletons, blood, and gore, or simply want glitzy pumpkins to let everyone feel the Halloween cheer. We've got you covered! Find Halloween props for your fireplace mantels or gigantic inflatables for your lawn. Fill up your yard with tombstones and zombies for the ultimate graveyard feel to your outdoor home decor. Kids and their parents won't be able to help but embrace the spooky season with these Halloween decorations!
Want to keep it spooky but classic as well? This gray graveyard scene will bring to mind timeless ghost stories. Throw up the foam cast-iron fence to give your gravestones an awesome backdrop. This landscaping will make for great photoshoots with your little trick-or-treaters. We have a variety of graveyard-accessories for your little ghouls and ghosts to romp among. Look through our selection and choose between different scary shapes and images. Kids will never forget a trip to this particular cemetery!
Sometimes, there's safety in numbers. But this Halloween, there's fear—and fabulousness—in a flock. To summon a swarm of nocturnal nomads, use our downloadable template to cut out your own—stick on removable adhesive dots, bend the wings for extra eeriness, and let 'em loose. To spook-ify your nearby windows, mirrors, or your fridge, use vinyl clings instead of paper cutouts.

Turn your front yard into a gothic graveyard with realistic headstones, graceful ghosts, and shadowy silhouettes. Tempt guests toward to your doorstep with a bounty of pumpkins and faux autumn botanicals paired with a skull-studded wreath, a dramatic spider's web, and an impish doormat. Grandin Road has all the outdoor Halloween decorations you're looking for to create the high-spirited house of your imagination, including pre-lit and animated designs that will delight trick-or-treaters of any age.

Find anything and everything you need to transform your party space into a place of spine-tingling terror: all sorts of haunted house decor, and all kinds of truly horrifying props. There are so many ways you can spin your Halloween house — with just a few accessories, odds and ends, and seasonal supplies, your Gothic mansion can take on virtually any flavor or theme.
Frankenstein saw inspiration in the most grotesque of scavenging—here, we took a note from his book and constructed a bare-bones table decoration. The table legs are legs indeed—store-bought faux bones. To make it, trim the thigh bones: Use saw to cut the legs to 1 inch less than the desired table height (to account for tabletop). Next, stabilize the knees: Take each leg apart at the knee; unscrew the hardware, and remove the kneecap. Connect shin bone to thighbone with one double-threaded screw (3/16-by-3 inches). Lastly, stabilize the ankles: Position one foot so it rests flat on the floor, and generously squeeze epoxy into the hinge that makes the ankle flex. Repeat with the remaining legs. Let it dry and cure overnight at least before moving onto the next step. Attach the legs to the table: Decide where you want the legs, and drill pilot holes through tabletop. Place each leg underneath the pilot hole, then screw to attach. Put putty over the screws, and let it dry. Sand until smooth. Paint the tabletop a skeletal white.

Create giant gothic lanterns using nothing more than our instructions, clip-art designs, and simple supplies. First, print out all of the following templates: this snake lantern, another spooky snake option, and the frog lantern as well. To begin, cut out one of the lantern templates, and trace it four times, side by side, on black paper. Use a bone folder to crease the areas where the sides meet before cutting it out. Print four copies of your chosen design onto vellum using a laser printer, and then cut each piece just larger than the frame's windows. Tape the vellum into a frame, and form into a lamp shape before taping the edges. To finish, cut a 26-inch length of wire and twist a loop in the middle of it; poke the wire ends through the paper to make two holes at the edge of the lantern. Use pliers to roll ends of wire to secure; and then use monofilament to hang two battery-operated votive candles, taped end to end, inside the lantern. Finally, use twine and a removable advise hanger to suspend the lantern in your chosen space.
Is there anything cooler than a fog machine? Okay, there might be cooler things. Anti-gravity chambers. Those mini hotdog machines that constantly rotate at a party. A padded cell with a trampoline for a floor. But a fog machine is definitely at the tippy top of the cool list. Whether you’re having a Halloween Dance or you’re scaring kiddos at a haunted house, your scene will always benefit from a little more atmosphere. Turn those regular Halloween decorations into scary Halloween decorations. Simply turn it on and watch the spook factor rise!

11.  Halloween Cupcake & Candy Cup Wraps ~ Printable cupcake toppers and candy cup wraps are a fun and easy way to dress up your favorite cupcakes for Halloween.  They are even better if you are short on time.  Buy some cupcakes at the store, dress them up with this kit, and no one will know they didn’t come from your kitchen.  Best part, these Halloween printables are free.
It looks like you’ve got an uninvited guest in your house. Wait, look how fabulous and sparkly this dead creature is! Maybe this figure isn’t invited but there’s no way it’s unwelcome. Pose this dazzling life size skeleton throughout your home to make your house both spooky and classy at the same time. Pair it with ravens, spiderwebs, and sparkly pumpkins to set the scene in your entry way or living room. This skeleton is perfect for Halloween cocktail parties or peeking out the front windows to greet trick-or-treaters. Who knows! This skeleton might be your favorite guest this Halloween!
Just because it's Halloween doesn't mean you have to treat your yard like it's the set of a horror movie! Stay original and keep things beautiful with Southwestern-inspired decorating ideas, which will keep your home looking pretty well into the fall season. Try filling a distressed crate with pumpkins (retro-inspired coolers work too!). You can also add a bouquet of fresh flowers to a plaid vintage Thermos, and paint pumpkins with Southwestern-inspired designs.
Want to make your outdoor Halloween decorations extra creepy for all those horror fans out there? We can’t think of anything that’ll seep into people’s nightmares quite as well as a nod to good ol’ Freddy Krueger. It’s probably a good thing that little kiddos don’t know who this hand belongs to. But the folks who have seen all the movies will know that they ought to fear the glove inflatable Freddy glove that is emerging from the ground. Cause sometimes you’ve just got to bring the fright back to those full-grown folks as well!
In our homes, we tend to hold on to our empty containers and packaging, so this candy tin is no exception. Having bought the candy last Christmas, the container seemed too nice to part with. With the candy long gone, the tin container now makes a pretty cute and inexpensive pumpkin decoration. And if you love upcycled projects as much as we do, you should check out this round up of perfectly upcycled pumpkin project ideas.
Is there any better way to set a spooky scene than by using a totally awesome fog machine? Create the eerie fog of your dreams with one of our fog machines from Spirit Halloween! Brew some magic of your own when you have the fog coming out of a large witch's cauldron, or set the scene for any zombie-filled graveyard. Make the scene all the more realistic when you get one of our low-lying fog machines, which are easier to keep out of sight and make the foggy illusion even more convincing. Is that a fog machine, or are the ghosts of the forgotten truly rising from their graves? Only you will know for sure!
To make this clever wreath, fold 2 sheets of black paper accordion-style (about 1.5" inch folds), and then fold each in half lengthwise so you have two segments. Cut the top of the fold diagonally so you'll have a pointed end when it's unfolded. Then, cut three rectangles out of the paper, about half an inch apart, on each part of the segment. Once you have folded and cut both sheets of paper, tie them together tightly at their center folds. Take each loose edge of folded paper and using a glue stick, attach it to the end next to it. You'll see the paper will start to open up like a web!
It looks like you’ve got an uninvited guest in your house. Wait, look how fabulous and sparkly this dead creature is! Maybe this figure isn’t invited but there’s no way it’s unwelcome. Pose this dazzling life size skeleton throughout your home to make your house both spooky and classy at the same time. Pair it with ravens, spiderwebs, and sparkly pumpkins to set the scene in your entry way or living room. This skeleton is perfect for Halloween cocktail parties or peeking out the front windows to greet trick-or-treaters. Who knows! This skeleton might be your favorite guest this Halloween!
Jaunty jack-o'-lanterns, foreboding bats—these are Halloween-appropriate versions of the classic paper-doll chain. To make it, print our template onto card stock, fold the paper to its width, trace, and cut it out. Then, use scissors for the outline, and a craft knife or hole punch for facial features and smaller details. Intersperse with fringed garlands to add color.
You could even lead your guests straight into your haunted home with a trail of lights to guide their way--the kids will love following the lights all the way up to your door! Or, if you want to focus on your home, then why not decorate your porch with Halloween lights? It'll certainly make your home the brightest one on the block! So whether you just want a few light-up decorations or you want to go all out with a Halloween light show, Spirit is here to make your Halloween as bright or as eerie as you want it to be.
The head and arms are made from a heavy weight plastic, not out of foam. They are full human size with the face being 8" from chin to top of forehead. There is a concealed stake included to keep the head from blowing away and both "arms" are stakes. It will be a great add to any creepy Halloween graveyard. Just add a little mulch around it to give the appearance of crawling out of the ground. The color is darker than the picture and I like it!
Create giant gothic lanterns using nothing more than our instructions, clip-art designs, and simple supplies. First, print out all of the following templates: this snake lantern, another spooky snake option, and the frog lantern as well. To begin, cut out one of the lantern templates, and trace it four times, side by side, on black paper. Use a bone folder to crease the areas where the sides meet before cutting it out. Print four copies of your chosen design onto vellum using a laser printer, and then cut each piece just larger than the frame's windows. Tape the vellum into a frame, and form into a lamp shape before taping the edges. To finish, cut a 26-inch length of wire and twist a loop in the middle of it; poke the wire ends through the paper to make two holes at the edge of the lantern. Use pliers to roll ends of wire to secure; and then use monofilament to hang two battery-operated votive candles, taped end to end, inside the lantern. Finally, use twine and a removable advise hanger to suspend the lantern in your chosen space.
So, scroll on through this page and check out our products. There are so many ways to display them all! Whether you’re attracted to our glamorous, sparkly skeletons or our horrifying window clings, you’re sure to find a couple looks that will make you look forward to the Halloween season. Trick-or-treaters and dinner guests alike are sure to love how much you get into Halloween. And who knows - you just might spread the spooky love through the neighborhood! Wouldn’t it be awesome to live on the spookiest street in town?
This tablescape features the Baskin-Robbins Pumpkin Patch and Haunted House Ice Cream cake.  The Haunted House cake is perfect for the “spooky” elment while the Pumpkin Patch Cake adds the “sweet”.  Your Halloween cakes or DIY centerpieces should be pleasing to the eye, coordinate with the theme of the table, and if your guests are lucky ~ be edible.  {wink}

However Halloween decorating doesn’t have to be so ominous.  Indoor/outdoor decorating is something the whole family can do together.  No matter how you decorate; whether it’s ghoulish and gruesome or more kid friendly with spooky skeletons and fun jack-o-lanterns, we have what you’re looking for.  In addition to carrying more Halloween costumes than anyone, we have one of the largest selections of Halloween decorations, props and accessories you’ll find anywhere online.  And if you want to learn more about the origins and history of Halloween props along with more details on the types of modern day props, check out our article on Everything You Wanted to Know About Halloween Props.
Pumpkins with scary lit up faces are sure to bring a smile to everyone’s lips this Halloween. To make sure this front porch decoration is visible from the street, paint some of the lighted pumpkins white and the rest black or leave orange. Decorate an old planter or use a neutral colored one that doesn’t distract from your handiwork. Use a sturdy dowel that can carry the weight of five small to medium-sized pumpkins. Alternate pumpkin colors when placing. Hide that electrical cord as best you can so people see your decorating savvy rather than a thick orange or black trip hazard.
Do you have a case of arachnophobia? We get it, eight legs, twelve eyes, and sticky webs are enough to give anyone the creeps. But we’d like to think you can grow to love these spiders. They come in different sizes so you can get together a whole family of these fuzzy creatures. While we paired these creatures with scraggly black trees and a chic spiderweb pillow you can mix and match them as you see fit. Use the classic super stretch spiderweb to create the spider’s home or make your own costume web with our fancy-schmancy (but not at all hard to use Webcaster Gun. As we said in the intro, when it comes to Halloween, take your décor as far as you want!
This hatching baby Tyrannosaurus Rex from Home Accents This hatching baby Tyrannosaurus Rex from Home Accents Holiday is getting ready to unleash terror on unsuspecting passersby. Bringing a spooky pre-historic look to your decor this Halloween this creepy hatchling is perfect for giving trick-or-treaters and guests a friendly-scare. He features LED-illuminated eyes and sound effects to complete the ...  More + Product Details Close
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