By: Megan Bohannan
Pumpkins are a classic symbol associated with Halloween, so accenting your yard with these beautiful orange gourds should be a no-brainer. Whether you choose to use store-bought pumpkins or you've grown your own, carving a jack-o-lantern is another excellent way to celebrate the season.
Spook your neighbors by turning your front yard into a cemetery this year. You can purchase faux gravestones or create your own using a bit of styrofoam, paint, and ingenuity. You can even add the names of some of your family members and close friend friends as a funny shout out.
Nothing sends a shiver up your spine quite like the sight of a spider. Bring thrills and chills to your neighborhood by decorating your yard with an arachnid theme. Spread faux webs across shrubs and trees and create giant spider props out of balls, fabric, and a few black foam pool noodles.
Witches are big among Halloween enthusiasts and are easy to incorporate as decorations in your haunted yard display. Utilize old brooms to create a witchy aesthetic and try setting up a plastic cauldron with a fog machine and strobe light to create a spooky bubbling effect.