Having a well-lit and inviting porch is important any time of the year but most especially on the night of All Hallow’s Eve. Make those little ghosts, wizards, and superheroes feel most welcome to shout their “tricks-or-treats” this Halloween with these haunt-tastic porch light displays.
Cobwebs and Lanterns
This boo-tiful porch display makes sure Trick-or-Treaters have plenty of light to find their way to the door. The cobwebs and lanterns from Pottery Barn are perfect additions to add some needed lighting.
Catch some unsuspecting prey this Halloween with these fun spider string lights. Hang them around your door or windows or even from your porch overhang. Find them here for only $8
Boo to you and your haunted Halloweeners too! Display a spooky message with marquee letters to keep your porch well-lit. This BOO marquee from Grandin Road would look cute in your front windows or on a porch table as well.
Fraidy Cat Lanterns
Target sells this super fun Fraidy Cat paper lanterns. They would look great hanging from your porch to help light up your entryway for Trick-or-Treaters!
Boos & Purrs
Here’s a fun DIY project for adding some extra glow to your porch. Cut out cute ghosts and cats and attach them to strings of holiday lights for an easy and festive display. Find the DIY here.
These illuminated witch hats are a fun alternative to hanging lanterns or other more common lights. Hang them from your porch overhand or nearby trees to add a little extra glow. Find them here in sets of three.
Don’t lose your head this Halloween trying to figure out how to keep your porch well-lit! Just display these perfectly creepy heads-in-a-lantern for a most perfect haunted sight. Get more information about how to make your own heady display from Atta Girl Says.
Orange Glow & Silhouettes
I love this haunted silhouette brought to life with some simple orange string lights. You’ll only need some black poster board to create the silhouette. Tutorial here.
This easy porch decoration gives meaning to the term jack-o-lantern. Create this porch light lantern by simply cutting a plastic pumpkin trick-or-treating bucket to fit around your porch light. You can often find pumpkin buckets at grocery stores and super stores for less than $2. Fun and inexpensive… doesn’t get any better! Source.
Who said pumpkins have to be carved to provide some extra porch light? Break out your holiday lights a bit early this year and use them to wrap some pumpkins on your entryway. So easy! Image source.
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