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15 Spooky Halloween Trees for Your Front Yard

There is quite the competition in my neighborhood for the best decorated house. That includes the yard. You really need to spook those trick-or-treaters! So I’ve found 15 fabulous ways to spook your yard up with some creepy Halloween trees. Give them what they want … BOO!

Here are 15 ways to spook up your yard for Halloween!

  • 15 Spooky Halloween Trees for Your Front Yard 1 of 16
    Halloween Tree Decorations
  • Giant Spider in Spiderweb 2 of 16
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    This giant spider in his spiderweb will definitely give a scare to those trick-or-treaters! Find out how to make the spider over at Mom Endeavors!

  • Spiderweb Tree 3 of 16
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    Transform your trees into eerie spider nests! Read the tutorial over at Better Homes and Gardens

  • Haunted Halloween Trees 4 of 16
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    Place these mini Halloween trees around your house to give it a spooky feel! Get the instructions over at Celebrating Halloween!

  • Cupcake Lights Are Sweet 5 of 16
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    Cupcake liners can be used as small lampshades for string lights! Put them in your front yard's trees! Learn how to make them from Family Chic.

  • Light "Sock"it 6 of 16
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    These dangling lights will add a scary touch to any tree! Look at the idea over at Yanko Design!

  • PB Knock-Off Hanging Ghosts 7 of 16
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    Hang these cheesecloth ghosts over your trees for those passing by to ooh and ahh over! Find this easy tutorial over at Simply Designing with Ashley.

  • Glow-in-the-Dark Cat Eyes 8 of 16
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    These giant cat eyes can be seen from far away -- they glow brightly after the sun goes down! Get the instructions on how to make them over at A Nest for All Seasons.

  • Ghost Wind Socks 9 of 16
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    Hang up these ghosts and they will sway around when the wind blows! Read the steps to make them at Spoonful

  • Halloween Eyeball Tree 10 of 16
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    Glue googly eyes to tree branches to make this creepy Halloween decoration! Find the how-to over at Spoonful!

  • Halloween Tree and Spider Wreath 11 of 16
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    Together this spooky tree and spider wreath make for a very eerie front yard! Find out how to make them over at Mom Endeavors

  • Tree Sculptures 12 of 16
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    Make these tree sculptures with your kids for a more organic and natural Halloween decoration! Learn how to make them at Spoonful.

  • Friendly Ghost Flag 13 of 16
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    This cute little ghost will welcome those little trick-or-treaters and put a smile on their faces! Find the tutorial at Spoonful.

  • Bewitching Tree Decorations 14 of 16
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    I love the idea of adding a little gift to a haunted Halloween tree. Mix these personalized treat bags with a few paper pumpkins and spooky cats and it's ready for a scare. Find this tutorial over at Martha Stewart.

  • Halloween Tree with Ornaments 15 of 16
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    Kids will love to wrap fabric scraps with ribbon to create a few howling ghosts. Hang them onto a tree to spook your trick or treaters. Get the instructions over at Write it Down.

  • Rain Proof Halloween Ghosts to Hang 16 of 16
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    I live in a rainy city so I love the idea of these plastic garbage bags turned into ghosts! They make a perfect outdoor decoration for your Halloween trees. Find this idea over at Sweet Haute.

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