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!

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!
If crepe paper, duct tape, and paper plates have one thing in common, it’s that they can create wonderful Halloween front door decors. Pick up some crepe paper in any color that contrasts your door and hang strips from the top of the door. The paper plates become the eyes when black circles are drawn on. Duct tape them on the door. Then use the duct tape to create eye brows and a mouth. Style it however you want. Kids across the neighborhood will enjoy looking at your creepy monster, and it’ll be a hoot to create if your own kids help. Even if you don’t have kids, this monster gives the creator one great time while putting it up.
Maybe you want to turn your kitchen into a bloody butcher's shop with fake body parts and rusty knives, or your living room could be easily transformed into a dark and dreary dungeon complete with shackles and chains. You could cover your porch in skeletons and zombies, and even hang up a few signs to warn everyone about the scares that lie ahead. You could even take your props to the next level with sounds and lights when you shop our awesome selection of battery-operated, animated Halloween props! No matter how you decide to haunt your home, no haunting could ever be complete without adding the magic touch of Halloween props found at Spirit Halloween!

If you're looking for fall decorations of a less frightening variety, we have plenty of harvest-themed decorations that make family and friends feel right at home. Celebrate cooler weather with the warm colors of autumn foliage. Create a planter full of vibrant, seasonal Mums or a display of pumpkins in various shades, shapes, varieties and sizes. Welcome guests with rustic fall wreaths, seasonal door mats and more. Take the theme inside with ceramic and glass pumpkin table toppers, festive candles and candle holders. Whether you prefer live plants or faux pumpkins, our selection of harvest decor ideas is sure to make this fall a fantastic one.
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.
Sure, not everyone enjoys dressing up in Halloween costumes...but decorating your home is a whole different story! There's just something about creating the perfect haunted home that makes your neighbors stop by and stare in awe, and the right Halloween decorations can transform your home into the spotlight of the neighborhood. So if you're looking to make your home absolutely haunting this Halloween, then Spirit is here to offer plenty of scary Halloween decoration ideas for 2019. Whether you want your haunted home to be frightfully fun for the whole family, or you want everyone to head for the door screaming, all of your Halloween decoration ideas can come true when you shop at Spirit Halloween!
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.
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!

If you're looking for fall decorations of a less frightening variety, we have plenty of harvest-themed decorations that make family and friends feel right at home. Celebrate cooler weather with the warm colors of autumn foliage. Create a planter full of vibrant, seasonal Mums or a display of pumpkins in various shades, shapes, varieties and sizes. Welcome guests with rustic fall wreaths, seasonal door mats and more. Take the theme inside with ceramic and glass pumpkin table toppers, festive candles and candle holders. Whether you prefer live plants or faux pumpkins, our selection of harvest decor ideas is sure to make this fall a fantastic one.


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.
These easy, inexpensive window treatments are a spooky addition to windows for Halloween. Trim a paper window shade from a home store to fit your window, then print our templates before cutting them out and tracing them onto thin white paper (such as white kraft paper). Cut these out, and then stretch and tape your window shade flat onto a safe work surface. Spray the back of the ghost cut out with adhesive, then press it onto the shade.
This Halloween door decoration is not for the faint of heart, but if you’re imaginative, crafty and enjoy a challenge, then this decoration is just for you. Purchase a pair of mannequin legs and decorate with paint or cover with a pair of old stockings. You can get as detailed as you want with this project – from the shoe selection to the number of cracks in the wall – it’s all up to you. The plywood base is painted a matte black. Use foam core to simulate broken plaster – align to create a circle – and now you have the dark hole.
We covered the exterior of your house a while back. It’s time to recognize one of the most important interior doors in your house, the bathroom door. Sooner or later, all the guests at your Halloween party are going to need to use the john. Might as well make that trip both thematic and hilarious. We all have gotten freaked out by the bathrooms in horror movies. It’s time to lighten up that impression with this embarrassed skeleton who just wants some private time, gosh-darn it! Simply stick this door cover on and your Halloween visitors will be delighted when they need to answer the call of nature.
Get into the Halloween holiday spirit with this Get into the Halloween holiday spirit with this spooky candy bowl. This rascally scarecrow with a pumpkin head holds up a sign with the classic in. trick or treat in rhyme. This bowl is perfect for containing candy to hand out to the annual trick or treaters. Jack the Scary ...  More + Product Details Close
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