10/1/19

DIY Halloween Porch Decor



Happy October! My family's favorite time of year. We love the weather, the colors, and Halloween! One thing we do every October 1st is start decorating the porch. I like to start with pumpkins and hay bales that celebrate the fall season. I continue to add spooky decor as we get closer to Halloween. Once Halloween is here we have a whole haunted house on our front porch! One thing I love to use to decorate our porch is Dritz Cheesecloth. It creates a scary effect and all you have to do is drape it around the porch. I like to get the box because I have a big porch and I can use the rest for other projects like ghosts, bats, and mummies.  I love decorating with this stuff, it's easy to hang and create with. This year my son wanted to add bats all over the cheesecloth to create more drama so we did that for our front porch.





  • Measure the area you plan to hang the cheesecloth.
  • Cut out bats with cardstock or you can purchase the pre cut bats online.
  • Use a hot glue gun and glue from the back side of the cheesecloth the wings and head.
  • I like to do this while it's hanging up so I can see where the bats will go and evenly space them out.



Can't wait to share the whole porch with you once we get closer to Halloween! 


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