Halloween Holiday

DIY Skeleton Lawn Decorations for the Home Depot Style Challenge

DIY Skeleton Lawn Decorations

It’s that time of the year again!!!!!!! The Halloween season is once again upon us, and I have been dying to reveal the 2016 setup for our DIY skeleton lawn decorations.

This year I had the pleasure of working with The Home Depot to create our Halloween decor. Justin and I were a part of a style challenge series (similar to our Patio Style Challenge from this spring!!!). I literally could not wait to get going! Halloween is such an exciting time of year – it’s a great opportunity to get creative and have a little fun! It also doesn’t hurt to get into the mood with a few scary movies or visiting haunted houses!

DIY Skeleton Lawn Decorations

If you recall, we’ve had a little skeleton “crew” over the past few years. It started when we acquired two full size skeletons and thought it would be fun to pose them in our yard (click HERE to see the first setup). We had such a great response that clearly we had to bring them back again (see their second appearance HERE) the next year. It has now become a running theme of our Halloween decor that our skeletons need to be involved.

DIY Skeleton Lawn Decorations

With the help of Home Depot, we made everything a liiiiiitle bit bigger this year, and we added a bunch of new skeletons to the family! Here are a few peeks of the display, but make sure to head over to The Home Depot blog (CLICK HERE) to see all of the details, including how to create the barn wood sign and our bunting sign!

DIY Skeleton Lawn Decorations

So – what do you think of our creation?!?!?! If you were going to set up your own DIY skeleton lawn decorations, how would you pose them?

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