It did the job of being spooky in my Halloween graveyard...I have to say it was probably my favorite "ground breaker". The stakes are pretty flimsy, but if you poke a hole first in hard ground, then put the stakes in, they work well enough. I may end up purchasing another one for next year. A word of caution though...it is "weather proof" as long as you don't touch it when it's wet from rain or dew. If you do try to dry it off, the white and black "highlight paint" will rub off. Rinse it off from being in the ground, just don't "wash" it.
Want to create the Halloween decorations of your dreams? We think Freddy Krueger window cling is the piece you’re looking for. This cling shows Freddie Krueger at his most menacing. He’s sure to cause jumps and shrieks from folks who walk by your home. Just try not to display this masterpiece in your bedroom. He just might work his way into your dreams.
Take your Halloween party to the next level with our Halloween decorations! We have lots of unique props and Halloween decorations to choose from to make your event extra memorable. Whether you want a pirate chest to keep your beverages chilled or a webcaster gun that will quickly add realistic spider webs to your decor, we have all the best decorations right here!

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!


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!
Step 1: Purchase an indoor/outdoor needle-punch carpet. To turn it into a circle: Mark the rug's center point with a Prismacolor white-colored pencil. Measure and mark the distance from that point to a spot about half an inch from the rug's edge. Cut a piece of string to that length. Tie one end of the string to the pencil and secure the other end of the string to the rug's center point with a tack. Pull the string taut and draw a large circle onto the rug; remove the string. Cut out the circle, just inside the white pencil mark, with sharp scissors.

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Ring-a-ding-ding! You’ve got visitors. But here’s the thing, are they in the Halloween spirit? Make sure your guests are pumped for the spooky season by hanging this doorbell at your entry way. It’s easy to mount and easy to take down when you’re ready to turn from macabre season greetings. This eyeball doorbell is one way to get a visit off on the right start!
Are you ready to transform your home? Want to make it as festive as an Egyptian tomb? As fresh as an abandoned mansion? While we can’t provide your abode with that musty catacomb smell, our easy Halloween decorations make it a snap for people to assume your place has a serious case of the haunts! Browse through our images and you’ll see plenty of classy and creepy ideas for your house. Look around your place and you’ll soon find areas of potential. Your fireplace mantel is a blank canvas. Your front entryway is chock full of potential. Take these scenes as far as you want; Halloween is all about creepy creativity!
While decorating ideas can be difficult to come across, this spider webby idea can scare anyone. Window clings create a scary giant spider and web. Rat clings can be added to the bottom of the window or the screen door to show a better, scarier scene. The spider web can be created from a window cling or from the fake spider webs available around this time of year. DIY Halloween door decorations have a lot going on this one – the spider and its web can be created with window paint and a steady hand instead of store bought materials, or with tape.

Nothing will bring your haunted scenes to life quite like one of our Halloween animatronics. Here at Spirit, our Halloween animatronics are more than just moving and talking props; they're characters all of their own, with each featuring a different backstory. And the best part? You can decide whether or not to include in your haunted home, or to create your own stories for these horrifying creatures. You won't have to worry about your guests finding your haunted home to be a bit lackluster (and you won't have to hire your family members to jump out and scare people every time!) when you set up these animatronics in any or every room.
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.
Ring-a-ding-ding! You’ve got visitors. But here’s the thing, are they in the Halloween spirit? Make sure your guests are pumped for the spooky season by hanging this doorbell at your entry way. It’s easy to mount and easy to take down when you’re ready to turn from macabre season greetings. This eyeball doorbell is one way to get a visit off on the right start!
October is a weird month. It’s a season of colorful skies and leaves. But it’s also a month with misty, cold mornings and dark, scraggly trees. It’s fun to mix and match the elements with Halloween décor. A glowing graveyard scene looks plenty cheerful in the light of day, making little kids hoot and holler in holiday excitement as they head home from school. But then night comes along and your little scene will remind the adults walking about of the fear and excitement they felt when they were children. While Christmas décor might inspire folks to go home and drink cocoa, your décor will make people want to curl up in front of their favorite horror movie under a cozy blanket. Sweet or spooky, it’s all about getting into the holiday spirit!
Create your own creepy graveyard scene with our Halloween tombstones and outdoor cemetery decorations, all-weather outdoor Halloween decorations that are good for indoor use as well. Here you'll find all the cemetery decorations you need: gothic fencing, dense foam tombstones "weathered" to look like the real things, light-up lawn skeletons, plastic chains with shackles, and "keep out" warning signs.
Add an element of spooky fun to your Add an element of spooky fun to your Halloween table settings with these festive table linens. Set of 4 Hand Rendered cutwork made with easy care 100% wrinkle and stain resistant easy care poliviscose machine washable. Halloween happy jack-o-lanterns are rendered in embroidery and cutwork on ivory fabric. A spooky ...  More + Product Details Close
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At Party City, there's something for every budget and taste: deluxe animated Halloween props that greet unsuspecting trick-or-treaters with flailing limbs and terrifying wails, kid-friendly ghost lights, LED jack-o-lanterns, and some completely off-the-wall Halloween decorations that may have you alternately laughing hysterically of jumping with fright.
What can't you do with these posable skeletons? We have wasted literal hours scrolling through scenes that people have set up both on their lawns and in their houses. All it takes is a little creativity and time and they can take on all sorts of personality. We've seen prim and proper skeletons taking tea together with sun hats propped on their heads and funny frat skeletons doing a keg stand. Since they're life size you can pair them with whatever accessories you have on hand! Just a warning, when you get one you'll probably want to a couple more skeletons.

From needing to find Halloween decor to having to make sure you have some scary awesome Halloween ideas, it can be difficult. However, having quality decorations – or scary Halloween decorations – can be a real scare of a treat to make. It’s no wonder that DIY has become the cool thing to do for decorations for Halloween. From front door jazz and funky garage door ideas, there are so many different things that can be created on a $100 budget. Some can be created for even less, making DIY Halloween decorations a much more attainable goal for this year than it may have been in years past.
And why stop at just there? You could have your graveyard in the backyard or off to the side, and let one of our life-sized inflatable decorations take center stage! From fun and friendly pumpkin inflatables to scary witches, these blow-up decorations will have everyone screaming in delight! You can finish your look with a festive doormat or by covering your porch with gargoyles, to create a spooky scene that any Halloween fan is sure to love. And no matter how you want to decorate your yard, Spirit is here with a wide selection that's perfect for all of your outdoor Halloween decoration needs.
You've probably spent weeks planning your family's Halloween costumes for an upcoming celebration or a trick-or-treat session around the neighborhood, but have you thought of how you're going to dress up your own home? Believe it or not, you don't need to make a mad dash for the stores in order to get your space ready for the spookiest holiday of the year—in the days and weeks leading up to Halloween, roll up your sleeves and get crafty and create unique décor that gives your guests a delightful sense of foreboding as they nosh on delicious treats all night long. 
Cast a sinister glow over any setting with a cluster of white tapers dripping with "blood" (actually red candle wax). Fill a cup or a small pail with sand, and plant white candles inside so they stand upright. Light a red candle and tip it over the white candles so the wax drips down the tops and sides, being careful not to burn yourself. Let wax cool completely before removing candles from sand.
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}
Bare-limbed trees provide the perfect ghostly perch for jack-o'-lanterns, LED candle lanterns, and a flock of faux black crows. Make sure the tree limbs are sturdy enough to support the weight of the items you are hanging and take care not to over-decorate, which can lessen the overall effect. Funkins (Styrofoam pumpkins) are an especially good choice for this project, since they're lightweight and won't rot.

Using wood and spray paint, make teeth for your house. The teeth are free handed to create a menacing look. There are edges on the sides to hold the teeth up so that there is no need to use nails. Permanent markers are used to mark out the teeth on the wood before cutting them out. Spray paint in white, red, and black is used to create bloody gums and tips of the teeth and decaying teeth. The eyes are created with card board and permanent marker (in two shades of whatever color). Red is added and voila! Hang them up and your house is ready to eat anyone alive. Halloween front door decors have never been so creepy, or so versatile – this makes a great addition to any haunted house.
Transform the inside of your home with eerily creepy Halloween accessories to create the perfect scary setting. Mood lighting gets a spooky twist with LED black willow branches or mini votive candles, perfect for a grown-up Halloween party or any other Halloween entertaining. Show of your spooktacular Halloween spirit with a howling wolf rug, metallic skulls and some Dia de los Muertos decor. Toss in a few festive throw pillows for an instant update..

October is a weird month. It’s a season of colorful skies and leaves. But it’s also a month with misty, cold mornings and dark, scraggly trees. It’s fun to mix and match the elements with Halloween décor. A glowing graveyard scene looks plenty cheerful in the light of day, making little kids hoot and holler in holiday excitement as they head home from school. But then night comes along and your little scene will remind the adults walking about of the fear and excitement they felt when they were children. While Christmas décor might inspire folks to go home and drink cocoa, your décor will make people want to curl up in front of their favorite horror movie under a cozy blanket. Sweet or spooky, it’s all about getting into the holiday spirit!


While blow up ghosts and plastic skeletons dressed up can cost a lot, taking a simple plastic skeleton can create such an interesting effect. Cool Halloween decorations follow plastic skeletons everywhere. An old white dress can be purchased from a thrift shop or found in your closet. White tulle or mesh can be purchased as well for a fuller look. If the dress is too long for the skeleton, use leftover fabric to create a veil. A spooky Specter bride is preceded by pumpkins as she walks down the aisle – which is your front porch and steps in this case. It doesn’t even have to be a bride. It could simply be a ghost!
Windows always come into play in scary movies. In horror movies, a villain first appears by peering into the kitchen window when the main character’s back is turned. In ghost stories, some pale ghost girls is always peering out the attic window in a room that no one has ever been in years. It makes sense to incorporate windows into your Halloween display. People walking past your house are sure to get a shiver when you hang our window accessories in your house. Scroll on through our window decorations and you’re sure to find a few looks to bring your house decorations to a whole new level.
Who says all the frightful fun has to stay indoors? Shop Spirit Halloween for the scariest outdoor Halloween decor around, and you'll have all of your neighbors screaming whenever they walk by your house! You can create a haunted graveyard of your nightmares with any of our Halloween tombstones, or have skeletons and zombies breaking out of their graves. Cover your yard with graves (maybe even have some prop body parts popping out of the ground!) and you'll have all of your guests inching closer to see what horrors await them. Whether you want to section off a part of your lawn or you want to make the whole yard absolutely terrifying, our selection of outside Halloween decorations will have any outdoor area looking Halloween-ready in no time at all.
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}
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 level of detail in this zombie head is amazing. The paint job on it was terrible and minimal. However a touch of acrylic paint in the shadows and fully color in the details on the eyes/teeth and this thing looks incredible. Best zombie head I've come across. If you have any inclination towards an artistic touch up and you will end up with something impressive. (Pictures show before and after.)
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!

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.
Using wood and spray paint, make teeth for your house. The teeth are free handed to create a menacing look. There are edges on the sides to hold the teeth up so that there is no need to use nails. Permanent markers are used to mark out the teeth on the wood before cutting them out. Spray paint in white, red, and black is used to create bloody gums and tips of the teeth and decaying teeth. The eyes are created with card board and permanent marker (in two shades of whatever color). Red is added and voila! Hang them up and your house is ready to eat anyone alive. Halloween front door decors have never been so creepy, or so versatile – this makes a great addition to any haunted house.
Halloween decorations to die for! No graveyard scene is complete without the hanging Halloween skeletons, realistic human skulls, and skull-encrusted gothic fences that send shivers up the spines of guests who dare to pass by. Here, you'll find anything and everything to do with Halloween skeletons and Halloween skulls: Life size skeleton props, animated skeleton props that play instruments for the dance of the dead, glow in the dark and light up lawn skeletons, and skulls that glow, talk, or simply serve cupcakes at the buffet.
Using black paper or fabric, bats can be traced and cut out to decorate your front door. They can be put on the front door via tape or any other method that you like. A bat template can be found for free on a lot of different websites. Spiders can be created with Styrofoam balls. These are spray painted black. Black pipe cleaners are used as legs, and voila! These Halloween door decorations have a life of their own, and boy do they look the part. For something a little more cartoony, a different color can be used – which also creates an intense look depending on the colors used.
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