Make your facade look spooktacular with these wonderful outdoor Halloween party decor ideas. Have fun and happy Halloween!
Halloween is just around the corner, but it’ll not be the same due to the on-going COVID crisis. You might not experience droves of costumed kids knocking on your door for trick-or-treating, and gathering of Halloween parties may be socially distanced. But, don’t let the festive spirit down and embellish your yard or porch with these outdoor Halloween party decor ideas.
Outdoor Halloween Party Decor Ideas
Spook your neighbors with this eerie plastic snake wreath. Glue plastic snakes on a blank wreath and paint it all to redo this DIY.
Make this simple and creepy spiderweb wreath with faux web, mini spiders, and a few other supplies. Copy this amazing outdoor Halloween party decor idea from here.
A scary and unwelcoming keep out entryway is a perfect outdoor Halloween party decor. A little bit of time and commitment is all you need to complete this DIY.
Decorating a bunch of balloon spiders on your porch adds creepiness and a lot of excitement too. It can be a nightmare for spiders fearing people; the tutorial is here.
Surprise your guests by making this DIY Halloween wreath diorama, which goes perfectly well with a Halloween decor. It doesn’t look too tacky and has a 3D effect as well.
You don’t have to be a pumpkin carving expert for this simple pumpkin hurricanes. They light up your walkways while adding a scary touch too.
Make your Halloween decor frightful and unique at the same time with this pumpkin totem pole. Secure pumpkins with a fence post and make them glow with fairy lights.
This Halloween season, be cheery, not eerie, by hanging this candy wreath on the porch door. Your kids and little trick-or-treaters are going to love this idea.
Transform your door front into disturbing morgue drawers with this simplistic DIY. This makes your Halloween decor more appealing and creepy.
10. Hay Bales Display
If you don’t have much time to decorate your yard or porch this Halloween season, then try this hay bales display. This is one of the best and easiest outdoor Halloween party decor ideas that you can try.
Make your Halloween decor unique by converting stacks of hay bales into a buffet or drinks table in the yard. Cover hay bales with faux web, pumpkins, and string lights to complete the look.
Take your Halloween game to a new level by adding this black crepe-paper wreath in your outdoor decor plan. It looks decent yet has negative energy to it to creep people out.
13. DIY Pumpkin Scarecrow
A giant terrifying pumpkin scarecrow is enough to create a chilling scene in your yard. It’s one of the simplistic ideas that can scare people more compared to some hard to do DIY Halloween decor ideas.
Glow your sidewalk by using a bunch of hanging Jack-o’-Lanterns equipped with battery-powered candles that toss out the risk of fire.
Three skeleton friends sitting on hay bales doing campfire sounds interesting and creepy. Check out this idea to replicate it in your yard.
Create a bone-chilling experience for your guests by placing many Halloween skeletons at the entrance as greeters. You can even hang them instead of sitting for an added scare.
Convert your door into a bewitching art with this glittery witch cutout. Embellish it even more by adding little stars and a moon.
Light up your porch with these uncanny levitating witch hat luminaries. Attach command hooks to the ceiling, hang the witch hats with a fishing line and add the lighting, that’s all.
Add a fun and cheerful feel to your doorsteps with these rainbow-colored pumpkin. Additionally, you can decorate them with fairy lights so that they glow at night.
Place a life-sized skeleton on a bench in the porch or garden for a spook-tacular effect. Create a shabby look to the skeleton and put a crow on its shoulder!
Besides putting pumpkins, complement your steps with these photo bag luminaries for a more creepy look. Download some creepy images and get doing this photo bag luminaries art here.
If you’re planning an indoor Halloween party, these hanging DIY ghosts are a great idea to make your indoor eerie while keeping it minimalistic.
23. DIY Graveyard Skeleton Decor
Upgrade your outdoor Halloween decor with this gravecrawler skeleton that is easy to make in one evening. Watch the video to learn the steps.
If you are going to miss Halloween night, but still want to offer candies to trick-or-treaters, then this brilliant outdoor decor idea might help you.
25. Jack O’Lantern Stacked Archway
This jack o’ lantern stacked arch will make for an excellent spooky entrance to your doorway. Your neighbors are going to adore this amazing Halloween decor.
These adorable hanging ghosts are cheap and quick to make with some basic everyday household items. Details are here.
No Halloween outdoor decor is complete without this gruesome cryptic pallet coffin. This decor ensures bone-chilling experiences for your guests.
Made with mason jars, tissue papers, sponge brush, and scissors, these mod podge Halloween lanterns are for budget-friendly folks.
Some Halloween decorations are cute and festive, while others are genuinely creepy like this sitting ghoul. If you are a die-hard Halloween enthusiast, we suggest you give a shot to this amazing decor.
Light up a dark path, set of stairs, or any corner of your patio or porch with an assortment of these glowing glass luminaries. A couple of canning jars, paint, and candles are all that you need for this DIY.
Make your entryway more appealing with this terrifying trio of glowing black cat o’ lanterns. Cat lovers are going to adore this decor idea.
This ghost leaf bag near a graveyard idea is an uncanny way to welcome the Halloween spirit. Have a look at the details here.
Dress up your barbie dolls in a shabby outfit to recreate this petrifying beastly barbies army in your yard. These dolls emit mind-disturbing energy for all those doll admirers out there.
34. DIY Halloween Mummy
Every Halloween decor is incomplete without a frightening mummy. Make this easy and fun DIY project at home without any complicated and expensive tools.
Instead of using old-fashioned scary pumpkins, decor your outdoor with these glow in the dark ones. Draw any art on the pumpkins with glow in the dark paint and place them under the dark.
Looks engaging during the day and glows at night, this day and night pumpkins will surely make your Halloween memorable. Place them strategically throughout your landscape to enhance your outside decor.
Decor your lawn with this Halloween skull yard signs to haunt your neighbors and the people who walk by.
Startle everyone with these budget-friendly Halloween ghost balloons, which can be an amazing DIY project for your kids.
Create your own goofy google-eyed jar luminaries that not only looks creepy but illuminates your outdoor space as well. Placing them on your dining table is an exciting way to start a conversation.
A hair-raising black cat protecting the candy bowl will definitely scare the trick-or-treaters. This decor is perfect for the walkway, around the trees, and shrubs.
Light up your porch walls, tree branches, or hay bales with these spooky eyeball lights that stares back at your visitors.
Setup this bewitching baby head with flickering tea lights on a table, haybales, patio, or porch floor to add an extra dose of creepiness to your outdoor Halloween party decor.
Repurpose your old picture frames to make illuminated scary lanterns. Combine four picture frames to make a square, insert vellum paper with cryptic drawings into the frames, and brighten them up with a candle.
No Halloween party is complete without a delightful cake. Add taste and spookiness to your party decor by making an eight-legged chocolate spider cake.
Decorate your outdoor Halloween party using a couple of old jars, scary plastic toys, and colored water. Place these specimen jars on coffee, dinner, porch, or patio tables.
Running out of ideas for outdoor Halloween party decoration? Try this paper lanterns adorned with tiny spiders and bugs as a way to add chilling decor.
Light up your haunted patio and porch with these battery-operated reusable candles. Made from PVC pipes, styrofoam, and hot glue, these candles resemble as they have been burning all night.
Deck up your Halloween party decor with this scaring but flavorful glowing severed-hand punch. At first, the floating hand scares, but when people realize it’s edible, they will be amazed more than ever.
Are you planning for a witch, spider, or monster theme Halloween decor? Go for this black widow punch that looks eerie and doesn’t disappoint in flavor.
50. Bubbling Witch’s Cauldron
This bubbling witch’s cauldron will be a great addition for your spooky witch themed Halloween party decor. Although it needs time, the results will be quite satisfactory.