Scarecrows are probably one of the most loved and hated symbols of autumn, as they represent the celebration of the autumn season. Traditionally, these realistic crop guards are used by farmers to keep birds away from their crops. So why not decorate your front yard with crazy Halloween Scarecrow Ideas?
Whether you want to keep the critters out of your garden or just celebrate Halloween, Despite their scary image, scarecrows aren’t actually scary. Adds awe and fun to your outdoor Halloween decorations. Here are some fun scarecrow decoration ideas.
Scarecrow with Hat
Make a scarecrow using wooden planks, a large coat, old tree branches, and a hat. Once you’ve gathered all the materials, you’ll need to secure them in the shape of a giant, human-like structure.
If you’re celebrating Halloween with your family, this Clan of Scarecrows is one of the best Halloween decorations you can make this year.
Witch Scarecrow in Your Yard
For the witch scarecrow, you’ll first need to make a scarecrow-like shape. After this you can make a dummy head by covering it with a black cloth. A simple and easy way to make outdoor Halloween decorations.
You can use a bunch of corn stalks to make a backyard scarecrow. But be careful when creating the division between the imaginary torso and legs. Otherwise, it will look like a bundle of grass from afar. You can choose the style of scarecrow you like, as shown in the picture.
A fun DIY Halloween craft with a spooky version and a witch hat. Either way, corn stalks can be used to make impressive Halloween decorations.
Spooky Pumpkin Head Scarecrow
If you like scary props more than Halloween decorations, this is one of the best DIY scarecrow decorations you can make by yourself. All you need is a pumpkin head and a tree branch. Only the black mesh cloth covered the terrifying figure’s arms and torso. You can add lights to make the night even more spooky.
Add a spooky element to your outdoor Halloween decor with this skeleton-inspired scarecrow design. It has huge ribs supported by old tree branches and wooden planks. The spooky effect is enhanced with a giant carved pumpkin head. Pretty Terrifying
Instead of carving a wooden face, you can make a scarecrow out of a metal head. Adds industrial charm to your backyard. You can do this with unused steel if you want a full metal scarecrow.
Grim Reaper scarecrow
Add something haunt into your backyard with the Grim Reaper Scarecrow, which can be crafted using pieces of wood. The arms and legs are made from wire coat hangers, paper towels, and duct tape. Hollow pumpkins are used for the head.
Spongebob Squarepants Scarecrow
Decorate your front yard with a cute scarecrow in the shape of the famous character SpongeBob. You’ll need hay bales and a themed costume to dress it up. Please place it in your yard or fence to spy on passersby.
Picture frames on clothespins and a scary scarecrow filled with newspaper. The head and hands are green and look like a ferocious zombie. See a tutorial for help.
In the picture, a scarecrow is riding a bicycle. You can impress your neighbour with a ghastly figure riding a bike outside your home and making a big surprise. You can make any of these to make your outdoor Halloween decorations exciting and cool. Wear a classic straw hat, and you’re done.
Halloween Giant Pumpkin Scarecrow
Make this Halloween a spooky experience for your guests by creating a giant pumpkin scarecrow in your garden. Stay tuned to this article for more details.
Under $25 Garden Scarecrow
Check out the detailed video tutorial on how to make a Pumpkin Head Scarecrow for under $25. It is a budget-friendly project.
Tin Can Scarecrow
If you have tin cans in your house, you can use them to make a Halloween scarecrow. You need to remove the label and paint it the desired colour. Anchor them with metal wires to the human-like structure. You can also paint a unique face in the shape of a scarecrow head.
If you have leftover pallets at home, you can turn them into funny scarecrow decorations for Halloween. Glue 3 to 4 pieces together to make a cute face you can display at the entrance.
Garden Maiden Scarecrow
Basic tools, supplies and limited carpentry skills are all you need to make this delightful garden accent. Click here for more information.
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These Halloween scarecrow decorations are a beautiful and spooky DIY. You can choose any of these and have a great time on October 31st. Feel free to share your valuable thoughts!
Halloween Scarecrow FAQs
What can you stuff a scarecrow with?
Straw, hay, leaves, grass clippings, wood chips, and rags are all needed to make the scarecrow.
How do you make a simple scarecrow for Halloween?
To make the scarecrow, you will need some old clothes, twine, burlap bags, and bamboo. Click here to learn how to make a simple scarecrow step by step
What can I make a scarecrow head out of?
You scarecrow head can be made from pumpkins, sacks, or recycled materials.