Do you decorate the exterior of your home for Halloween?
Gone are the days of simply carving the traditional face on a pumpkin to greet trick-or-treaters. It seems that more and more people go all out to come up with the most creepy and frightening decorations that they can dream up. While I get a big kick out of everyone’s creativity, I prefer to keep things on the non-scary side at my home.
Non-scary doesn’t have to mean blah and boring though. Here are 5 cool ideas to inspire you.
This homeowner spray painted an old and faded Christmas wreath black. Now it’s perfect for Halloween.
Incorporate fall cornstalks with Halloween decorations. Once Halloween is over, you’ll still have fall decorations to carry you through Thanksgiving.
Pull just a few ideas from this over-the-top garland if you don’t want to recreate the whole thing.
How about a simple garland of leaves and some cute owls?
Here’s a great way to use witch’s hats without being scary.
What about you? Do you like it as creepy and scary as you can get or do you prefer things more on the calm side?