It’s that time of the year once again and dressing up your lawn to spooky levels might be a challenge. But with these certified creepy but simple setup, we’re sure you’ll have a thrilling curb appeal in no time.
Got a low level landscape? Simply grab a pair or two of mannequin hands and plant it in strategic places among your plants. For an alternative, you can fill a pair of gloves with cement and take it out when it has set and hardened. It’s better if it’s poised as if it was asking for help. Now who would have known you had it in you to bury a body just in time for Halloween!
Got a tree with outstretched branches? Hang a blanket ghosts and watch how the wind makes it come alive. You can add some faux blood spatter and stains for a creepier look or eyes to make it even more chilling to look at at night.
Remember that avant-garde TV gardener who can manicure your lawn in minutes? Make it look like it was Edward Scissorhands who has been trimming and cutting your hedges by propping up some scissors in your lawn. You can use cutouts or plastic toy scissors as an alternative if you’re worried about some rambunctious kid inspecting it up close.
The Plant People
Did they use to be people or are they plants mimicking people? That is the question. Dress your plants up in raggedy attires and have them rival scarecrows out in the fields. A bloody splash here and there and you’re all set to give quite a shock.
The Garden Warfare
Take on the zombie apocalypse theme on a simple yet creative level by displaying how each of your garden tools can be used to deter the undead. From the rotting flesh caught in between the rake’s teeth to blood marks from your watering can, play with your imagination and bring that garden warfare to life.