Saturday, October 3, 2015

Haunted Halloween 2015 {Front Porch}

Thanks for following along as I continue to share my Haunted Halloween decor, y'all.




Welcome to the ghoulish front porch and facade.








Yesterday, I shared my newest Halloween-inspired streetcar door decor.






Also new to the porch this season is the pair of witches' legs. I added them to one of the cast iron urns and balanced with a large pumpkin in the other urn.








A cobweb-like vine strung with my favorite flicker lights and spiders add to the spooky decor.




Alongside the door, I added pumpkins in various shapes and sizes.






I enjoy decorating the oyster shell wreath seasonally, so I was quick to add a BOO sign as well as a new ribbon in orange & black polka dot and black and white chevron.




The front of the house features several large spiders and a grapevine wreath of flicker lights.






A terracotta pumpkin is in the front garden.




The front of our house is Halloween ready.

Sources:

Streetcar- Show Me The Door
Pumpkins- Whole Foods
BOO sign, webbing, & ribbon- Gordon's of Metairie
Witches' legs- Grandin Road
Spiders- Gordon's of Metairie
Terra cotta pumpkin- Boxwoods Garden & Gifts, Atlanta


Haunted Halloween Front porch, y'all!


8 comments:

  1. It is all spectacular Ron but I love those witches legs in the urn. Adorable.
    Happy Saturday.
    Kris

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  2. Ron, it looks fabulous! I wish I had a big ole front porch!

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  3. Good morning, Ron! Love the new additions to the front porch this Halloween! I hope to get to NOLA soon and see it in person. Have a great day! πŸŽƒπŸ‘»πŸ’€πŸŽƒπŸ‘»πŸ’€

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  4. How fun Ron- great job with all the spiders and those crazy legs! I like the black bird on the big pumpkin. I think that's Wolf Pumpkin. I got one too and they're known for their giant stems. I like the moss and how you fashioned it.

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  5. Love it,this will be fantastic for trick or treaters come Halloween night!

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