A roundabout of more then 45 fun and scariest DIY Halloween Garden Ideas for your outdoors to try!
Huge Bloodshot Eyes
Scatter a bunch of giant bloodshot eyeballs in your yard for a large-scale Halloween decoration that onlookers will remember till years later.
Greet trick-or-treaters with these DIY hanging paper mache lights that take on a sinister glow once the sun goes down.
Inspired by the old signs often shown in horror movies, this one is made from scrap wood and serves to invite guests to a destination of doom and gloom.
Eyeballs in a Tree
Who knew that a giant pair of eyeballs could add so much personality to that good old tree in your garden!
Hanging Foam Bats
Hanging up weatherproof bats on a huge tree in your yard is a nice way to create a mystical aura.
Eerie Chicken Wire Ghost
This ghost carved from chicken wires looks all poised and ready to shock unsuspecting visitors. All you need is a plantation of “What’s that in the corner.
Zombie Hand Planters
We bet you never guessed that lending a helping hand in the garden could be so grotesque.
DIY Lawn Ghost
Wish to make a spooky statement without spending much time or energy? Try this lawn ghost DIY
Candy Corn Touch Up
A wheelbarrow of candy corn in the garden is a refreshing sight to behold, especially in a colony brimming with ghoulish Halloween decorations.
Spooky Yard Aura
Eerily cute caricatures with disturbing facial expressions are just the stuff that nightmares are made of.
Suspended Cocooned Spider
Huge cocooned spiders hanging from tree branches are just the props you need to heighten the spooky appeal of your garden.
Giant Garden Spider DIY
This huge spider web takes little time to weave and has your guests raving over your creativity.
Gigantic Tentacle Monster
Your first instinct with a stray manhole sewer in your garden is to seal it obviously, but we suggest you use it as a crawling hole for this gigantic tentacle monster. It’s easy to build and makes a big impression.
This project combines two things of your interest: zombies and budget-friendly craft supplies. Give it a shot for the best looking garden this Halloween.
Arachnid on the Run!
Coming in contact with a magnified version of the good old garden spider is the worst nightmare of every trick-or-treater. And the best part is that the screams and swears will come through before they realize it’s fake!
Halloween Cemetery Fence
Sometimes the simplest of things can make you shudder. Take this DIY idea for example. It recreates the typical cemetery fence scene in your yard using thrifty finds from the dollar store.
Shady Cemetery Fence
Take a cue from this DIY to convert your yard into a gloomy cemetery space complete with crosses, tombstones, and fence. Don’t hesitate to toss a stray bone or two on the ground just for peeps!
Lonely Yard Zombie
Inspired from the dreaded zombie apocalypse, this creepy caricature is perfect as a paintball target for vibrant Halloween parties for the little tots.
Fewer things are creepier than a full-size skeleton swaying creepily in the dark of the night.
Ditch fairy lights and flower pots for grim props like tombstones to line the garden path. They will create a nice ambush for you when you need to hide to scare the neighbors’ kids.
An arm clawing its way through soil looks like a moaning zombie desperate to emerge from his miserable grave. Place it on your garden bed or on your balcony or front porch to creep out people.
Light up a lone corner of your yard with this assortment of glowing luminaries that can be constructed with a few dollar store materials.
A quirky twist on the quintessential fall icon, these gleaming pumpkins, which are spray painted and stacked together to make a black cat. We’re quite sure that these aren’t the kind of kitties you would want to snuggle up to.
The Witch’s Larder
In this one-of-a-kind DIY, old bottles salvaged from the spice rack are used as containers for imaginative potions of the witches.
Sacks of Spiders
With a polka-dotted appearance from afar, these cringe-worthy spider sacks are sure to unnerve your visitors and add an unsettling feel to an otherwise pretty home exterior.
White Sheets Belong in the Past
Traditional ghost mimics made from white sheets are too mainstream, don’t you think? This DIY shows you how to make sinister figures that glow in the dark and recreate the graveyard mood in your garden! Have fun grouping the ghosts together as a sinister couple or a bunch of baddies.
Witchy Black Pumpkins
This genius DIY idea is available at BHG.com; it shows you how to play with light and darkness to create the illusion of eerie floating pumpkins from a distance.
Such cool idea to terrify people by creating something like these.
Lean it up against your front wall, or lay it in the yard along with some fairy lightings for nighttime viewing.
Time to Bring the Party Outdoors
Spook visitors at a distance with this ominous arrangement of witches and poles all highlighted with lights that let out a sinister glow at night.
Ghosts in a Ring
Fill your yard with these ominous creatures made from sheets, poles and mannequin heads. And for a creepier look, pose those ghosts to hold hands or bend at awkward angles.
The Beastly Barbies
Create creepy versions of your favorite Barbie dolls with an assortment of paints and dyes. Don’t bother using lights or anything; those bloody red mouths and ghoulish eyes will do the trick.
Placing this disturbing warning sign at the garden is a nice way to repel timid visitors on Halloween.
Nighttime lighting at strategic spots will breathe new life into this creature when the sun goes down.
Terrifying Stray Cat
Black cats come in the category of all things creepy. So why not use their caricatures to raise a few hairs this Halloween! Easy to trace, cut and paint, this is the perfect DIY project to follow.
Wicked Pumpkin Man
This haunting Halloween figure standing alone in the expanse of your yard is enough to scare anyone.
Creepily Colorful Cemetery
Foam headstones have been decorated with floodlights to create a bizarre mix of color and gloom in this unique DIY.
It’s the Monster’s Mail
Place this ghoulish arm on the mailbox to ward off anyone who dares to open your mailbox. And while you’re at it, have your camera handy to capture the startled expression of the mailman.
Spine-Tingling Spider Webs
With this massive web of spiders and skeletons, your Halloween decoration is going to complete.
Spine-chilling Pumpkin Scarecrow
Towering high above people, this larger-than-life pumpkin scarecrow is the exact kind of decor for creating a visual impact outdoors.
Wicked Pumpkin Scarecrow
This wicked little figure with its skeleton hands and pumpkin face is sure to evoke awe and fear. Create a couple of them to heighten the scary element of your Halloween barbeque.
Wheelbarrow of Dread
This elaborate spread of macabre-looking items is just what you need to update your garden for Halloween.
Witches’ Brewing Post
This DIY Halloween garden idea is for those who don’t mind going over-the-top with Halloween decorations. Create this elaborately eerie scene with a cauldron, some hanging luminaries, few creepy witches, some ghoulish-looking pumpkins and lots of old tree branches for support.
Enamor your visitors with this gloomy skeleton emerging eerily from the shattered coffin. Add backlighting to make it scarier and place the arrangement in the yard.
Halloween in White
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Fairy Tree Hideaway
Winter is about to come so why not invite mythical creatures to your yard with this intriguing fairy housing complex.
Pretty Pumpkin Path
Line up your garden path with decorative pumpkins to infuse a positive feel to your outdoor area on Halloween.