Fall and Halloween Decorating Tips
Updated: Sep 24, 2018
Add a witch’s hat to your Jack O’Latern.
Frame your front door with dried garland of corn husks.
Place carved pumpkins in bare trees on the branches.
Line pumpkins up the steps to your front door.
Use a pumpkin as a planter to place your fall foliage in.
Hang rubber bats from your chandelier.
Put an orange, black or red tablecloth on your table.
Paint some gourds white and draw spooky faces on them.
Place a fake crow on top of your mantel.
Use mini pumpkins to spell out a Halloween greeting.
Place a bunch of mini pumpkins on a tiered dessert stand.
Cut out a bunch of black paper bats and attach them to black wire. Insert the wires with the bats into a pumpkin.
Create a tower of pumpkins by using a metal garden stake through your pumpkins.