We’ve got Halloween decorating ideas for your front porch and fireplace. They are a mix of fun and scary, but not too scary for little ones.
The haunted orchard front porch
You can view all of the details on creating your own haunted orchard front porch by checking out my instructions at Party City. There’s even a fun video of Marisol putting a lot of the decorations up. We found the corn stalks, pumpkins, and mums at local farms, and I even added my handmade apple garland from our Caramel Apple Party.
Do you see the wood welcome sign on our front door? You can find our tutorial to make your own over at Make and Takes. They are so easy to make that you’ll be wanting to make one for every holiday.
Dead and Breakfast Inn
Although I made this Dead and Breakfast Inn themed fireplace last year for Halloween, this would be perfect for Halloween.
Hang the sign on your front door, or on a stake in the ground, and set up your front porch with skeletons sipping tea surrounded by mice, spiders, and crows.
Jack Skellington front door wreath
My future goals is to decorate our entire front porch and garden in a Jack Skellington theme for Halloween and play the movie on our outdoor screen.
I’ve started putting together a few ideas for this including this Jack Skellington front door wreath. You can find my tutorial to make your own on Lady and the Blog.
Black and white Halloween fireplace
This simple black and white fireplace came together from so many different things that I had collected over the years. Such as the owl in a cage that I’d purchased for the twin’s Harry Potter party. The paper bats were actually made for our front porch previously too.