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Handmade DIY Halloween Decorations - Creepy Dead Dolls Playing

My neighbor up the road has some pretty brilliant Halloween decorations this year. Amongst the graveyard of tombstones in her front yard she has placed creepy looking, painted dolls in various poses. The house itself has boarded up windows with skeletons resting in windowsill planters as well as tied to a front column amidst silken faux spiderwebs. I have to imagine the entire thing took quite a bit of time in both the planning and execution stages, but the end result definitely credits her creativity and the time she put into it.

Following are a few more shots of her home and the Halloween decorations she created. It is by far the most creative Halloween display I think I’ve ever seen around here.

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Homemade Halloween Decorations - Lone Bloody Limbs and Skeletons Resting in Flower Planters

Creepy DIY Halloween Decorations - Spiderwebs, Tombstones and Ghastly Creepy Dolls

DIY Halloween Decorations - Creepy Painted Dolls Playing in a Graveyard

DIY Halloween Decorations - Creepy Painted Doll Playing on a Wooden Horse

Homemade Halloween Decoration Idea - Boarded Windows, Tombstones and Spiderwebs

DIY Homemade Halloween Decorations - Dead Baby Doll Eerily Painted and Resting in a Baby Carriage

Halloween Decorations DIY - Skeleton Tangled in Faux Spiderwebs

Do you decorate your home or yard for Halloween?

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Comments

  1. Okay, those dolls are SUPER creepy. What a great idea!

  2. That’s some great Halloween decor! We decorate, but we usually wait until right before Halloween to do it. We always use the spiderwebs, no matter what.