halloween fence decorations: If you love Halloween, then you’re likely planning to go all out with your Halloween decorations. There are so many areas on your property that you can decorate – your yard, your porch, your garage door – but don’t forget your fence! To help you get your home ready for Halloween, here are 5 great Halloween fence decoration ideas:
1. Hanging Decorations
You can find a lot of Halloween decorations that are meant to be hung on or in your house; why not hang them from your fence? Ghostly images, bats, spiders, and other things associated with Halloween can all adorn your fencing. Just avoid using stickers since they may damage your fence.
2. You’re Being Watched!
There’s nothing quite as unsettling as the feeling that you’re being watched. If you have a witch, skeleton, or other spooky figure peering at passersby over the fence, it’ll seem like there’s a dark figure just waiting to spring upon them.
3. Black Cat on the Prowl
Cats are known to like walking along fences. Since black cats are associated with Halloween, a black cat on your fence makes for a fitting decoration. Of course, you’ll never get Fluffy to stay perched on your fence, so you’ll have to use a fake cat. But still, find one with piercing eyes and your fence will have a nice Halloween addition to it.
4. Graveyard Entrance
If you have a gate on your fence, you’ve got a great opportunity for a creepy decoration. Put a sign on the fence that says “Cemetery” and add fake vines and cobwebs to make it look spooky and decrepit. If you have a wrought iron fence or an archway over your gate, it’ll make the cemetery entrance seem really authentic.
5. Perched Crows or Ravens
Many people are aware that a group of crows is called a murder. That’s because these dark birds are scavengers who can often be found amongst the dead. Their association with death and their dark feathers make them great Halloween decorations when you perch them on your fence (fake ones, of course).
Ravens are also black-feathered scavengers. While they don’t group into a murder, they have a rather dark association thanks to Edgar Allan Poe’s poem “The Raven.”
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Halloween decoration is as popular as ever with ghostly figures and dreadful objects hanging all over the house. Decorations can be done using some handmade stuff or simply buying cool horrifying objects from stores if you don’t have enough time for DIY.
So far, we have shared with you ways to decorate home interiors for the spookiest night of the year. This time around we have some crazy ideas for you to gild your front gate and fence with petrifying objects for Halloween. Check out these cool Halloween fence decoration ideas to add a frightening look to the entrance of your house.
Pumpkins are the most common objects used for Halloween decorations. You can carve or paint your own pumpkins and hang them on the front gate or just place them on the fence. You can also use pumpkin lighting strips for a contemporary look. If you’ve dried pumpkins, use them to give a creepy look to the gate.
Spiders and Spidy Web
The easiest way to creepify your front gate and fence for Halloween is with spider web. You can use white yarn or spider web spray to weave a very authentic looking spider webs. Also, use some toy spiders to create a creepier look. If that’s not enough, you can use spider balloons or lights.
Deck Out With Skeletons, Zombies, Ghosts and Creepy Dolls
You can use props like skeletons, zombies, and ghosts to add a unique and ghastly look. Throw a ghoulish Halloween party at your front gate. Apart from that, use creepy, bloody dolls that you can make yourself.
Cats, Bats and Ravens
If you don’t have a huge budget for Halloween decoration, you can use small props of cats, bats and ravens, or simply craft silhouettes using paper, cardboard or plywood. Place them near the entrance with a faint light to intensify the effect. It will definitely scare the hell out of your guests and passersby, giving them heebie-jeebies. A paper bat garland will complement the entire setup.
Caution Halloween Fence Decoration
Put some cornstalks next to the fence, add spider webs and lighting. Finally, add caution tape to complete the look. You can also use some electricity-powered caution boards.
Dangle up Entrance with Ghostly Goodies
DIY or purchase ghostly figures, fake flowers, ribbons, and balloons. You can also use scrap pallet wood or plywood to create wordings and other Halloween decorations.
You can also use motion sensor-powered Halloween props that will surely fright anyone who comes nearby. Hang a bag full of few goodies and candies to tempt neighborhood kids. As they come closer or put their hand inside the bag, the ghostly figure will move or buzz a horrifying sound that will break them into shivers.
Halloween Sign Fence Decoration
Decorating the front gate and fence with Halloween wordings is a good idea. You can buy them from the market or make one using duct tape as Lena Sekine did. The design can be as big as the fence.
Eyes on Fence
Imagine spooky eyes on the fence or gate staring at visitors and passersby. Just add some fake eyes all over the fence or gate to fright neighbors and kids. Using glow-in-the-dark eyes is even better.
Digital Halloween Fence Decorations
You can also use electricity-powered Halloween props to scare your guests. A zombie jumping on the fence can scare anyone to death. You can also use a battery-powered Fogging Gargoyles to scare off trick-or-treaters coming to your house.
Try out these crazy and super-fun ideas to greet your guests this October 31. You’ll surely have an exciting Halloween night this time around with these decoration ideas.
Hope you’ll have a ghouly time decorating your entrance for the scary night.