Disclosure: This post is sponsored by Cost Plus World Market, but all opinions are my own. Read my full disclosure policy here.
Who wouldn’t be spooked and creeped out upon encountering these scary Halloween door decorations? (Did I mention they’ve been up since early September?)
In partnership with Cost Plus World Market, I transformed our normally welcoming front door into a haunted boneyard, decorated with lots of spooky skeletons and other macabre elements.
You can see exactly how I pulled this look together over on Discover, the Cost Plus World Market blog.
There, you’ll also find a full shopping list of all the Halloween decorations I used to spook the place up, including these creepy critter skeletons. I think my favorite is the bat skeleton, or maybe the toad.
Trick or treaters, beware.
I’ll be unveiling the rest of our haunted porch decorations a little bit closer to Halloween. It’s going to get even scarier and creepier around here, I promise.
Also, be sure to check back after All Hallow’s Eve when I trade out the Halloween door decorations for Thanksgiving ones.
The porch and front door will be sporting a totally different look then, again using items from Cost Plus World Market. Picture lots of cozy blankets and pillows, hot apple cider and harvest-inspired decorations.
Come November, you’ll want to grab a seat on the porch and stay a while rather than running for your life.
That turned out great! What a beautiful way to decorate for the holiday!
Love your front door decor. I haven’t even decorated yet! I will be featuring this tonight at my Fall into Fall party. The party opens at 8pm EST. Please stop by and pick up an I’ve Been Featured button. Thanks. http://diybydesign.blogspot.com
Atta Girl Amy
Thank you so much for the feature!
Your porch looks amazing. Love the eerie look of it all. I would love to see you share this at our link party, Dishing It & Digging It. The party is live now.
I love your green pumpkin. Adorable. Great door. Thanks for sharing with us at Family Joy Blog Link Up Party this week.