Scare up some Fright with one of these Unique Halloween Decoration Ideas
Halloween is the time to really go all out in the way of decorations. Porches, front entry steps and garden planters are all great ways to decorate out side, and there are tons of DIY craft projects to celebrate the holiday indoors. But don’t forget your car! These creative Halloween car decoration ideas will make Halloween a mobile holiday too!
Decorating vehicles for Halloween is easier than you might think. There are lots of places to scour for special effects for your project. My go-to place is the Dollar store, of course, but Party City and Amazon are also wonderful places to buy Halloween props.
You can see from the close up how realistic it looked and why I did a double take. Hard to believe no one stole it when it was parked.If you are looking for some more inspiration for your car, here are a few more unique Halloween car decorations.
Not many of us have a hearse in our driveways, but if we did, this is the way it could end up after some Halloween TLC. I love the number plate and the use of tires on the top. Shared from Howdy Honda.
Grab a plastic skeleton, but instead of hanging it in your house or on the porch, position it in the car. It will give the trick or treaters a great Halloween fright. Image shared from Traffic Safety Guy.
If you have a rusty old car, it would be perfect for this idea. Just drape it with some craft store spider webs for a spooky effect. Image shared from Flickr.
This rusty old truck is just perfect for Mr. Jack O Lantern as the driver. The extra pumpkins make him see right at home! Idea shared from Car Property.com.
Have you ever decorated your car for Halloween? Share your ideas in the comment section below. I’d love to see what creative ideas you have come up with.
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