Things have gotten even scarier on our front porch since I first gave you a sneak peek of my Halloween door.
The skeleton guarding the front door has been joined by many more ghoulish friends, including bats, ghosts, rats, crows and other undead.
While I use many of the same spooky elements year after year, I always try to mix things up a bit when sharing my Halloween porch decorations with you.
The difference is always in the details.
Let’s take a tour, if you’re brave enough.
To make the climb up the front steps, you’ll have to pass by the angel of death and her skeleton henchman.
The scavengers have picked these bones clean. Are you next?
I’d invite you to come and sit a spell, but the rocker is taken.
And he doesn’t seem like he wants to share.
That’s quite the collection of skulls, but we can always use more.
As you step up to the door, beware of undead critters.
Perched and hanging…
You simply can’t escape the creepy crawlies here.
But why would you try to escape?
The warnings are quite clear.
This is what happened to the last visitors who tried.
You might as well just make yourself comfortable for all of eternity.
These spirits will keep you company.
They’re mostly friendly.
As long as you don’t make them mad…
You’ll make it to Halloween.
I hope you’ve enjoyed this tour of our spooky haunted boneyard.
Halloween Porch Decorations: Shop the Look
Recreate these spooky Halloween porch decorations at your own home with these convenient shopping links.
I also recommend you check out your local Dollar Tree, which is where I found many of the items I used.
Halloween Porch Decorations: Projects
If you liked the looks of my spooky front porch, check out these other Halloween porch decorations, DIYs and crafts.