Houzzer's Halloween Decor
 

Houzzer's Halloween Decor

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Houzz user sarelle23 makes sure the little ones aren't scared off by these spooky skeletons and spiderwebs. "We are known as the Halloween House in our neighborhood," she writes. "We replace the white bulb on the porch with red, which really glows behind the cobweb at night. The skeleton on the right is on a sensor and makes noise and moves when people walk by. We can see the trick-or-treaters from our kitchen window — if they're young, I answer the door and it's less scary. If they're older, my husband puts on a monster hand and slowly opens the door, scaring the older kids — they love it!"

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Southern Girls Selling the Carolinas added this to Bewitching Halloween Entryways by Houzzers
10 hours ago
Houzz user sarelle23 makes sure the little ones aren't scared off by these spooky skeletons and spiderwebs. "We are known as the Halloween House in our neighborhood," she writes. "We replace the white bulb on the porch with red, which really glows behind the cobweb at night. The skeleton on the right is on a sensor and makes noise and moves when people walk by. We can see the trick-or-treaters from our kitchen window — if they're young, I answer the door and it's less scary. If they're older, my husband puts on a monster hand and slowly opens the door, scaring the older kids — they love it!"
mjkjrobinson added this to Bathroom Ideas
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debnsync added this to Halloween, the best of photos
October 6, 2014
skeletons! scary I imagine at night
chessiemama added this to holiday decorating
October 31, 2013
Never thought Of using a red lightbulb, instead of a backlight.
Michelle Broman added this to michelle_broman's ideas
October 30, 2013
Halloween
coupinou added this to pretty
October 31, 2012
awsome
tgdonald added this to Fall is in the Air
October 31, 2012
"We replace the white bulb on the porch with red, which really glows behind the cobweb at night. The skeleton on the right is on a sensor and makes noise and moves when people walk by. We can see the trick-or-treaters from our kitchen window — if they're young, I answer the door and it's less scary. If they're older, my husband puts on a monster hand and slowly opens the door, scaring the older kids — they love it!" Private Comment
Kure Walters added this to Halloween Decor
October 31, 2012
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