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Alright, it’s countdown time people. Just 8 weeks until Halloween; it’s time to get a jump on making outdoor decorations. You’re in luck because I’ve gathered 4 killer projects, with accompanying printable templates, so you can haunt your home in style.

You could let your yard go to the birds with our Giant Raven Cut-Out:
Giant Raven Outdoor Halloween Decoration

Or give trick-or-treaters a fright with our Life-Size (Well, at least Afterlife-Size) Gauzy Ghost:Life-Size Gauzy Ghost

Get your little ghouls to help with this Quick-and-Easy Front Porch Update:Quick-and-Easy Halloween Front Porch Update

Or display a denizen of the dark with our Giant Rat Cut-Out:Giant Rat Outdoor Halloween Decoration

For more Halloween inspiration, how-to projects, devilishly delightful cocktail recipes, (free!) pumpkin-carving templates and more, check out our spooktacular Halloween feature. Then, tell us in the comments below, how do you decorate your front yard for Halloween?

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