While September marks the official start to fall, October is when you really start to see the season change. Why not make some changes to your front yard to welcome the new season? Even better if you decorate for less.
Here are the October Yard Decorations that we love
Lay Out Hay Bales
If you really want to commit to the Fall festive look, consider adding a few hay bales and possibly a scarecrow. Hay bales definitely dresses up the traditional pumpkin front yard decor that you’ll see on every front porch. They are also not that expensive compared to finished decorations.
Our Vintage Home has a whole bunch of ideas to help your home get into the spirit of fall. Diana and her husband Johnny found an old ladder and old sink and repurposed them their porch.
Mums are a beautiful and festive flower to put on your front yard this October. The blog A Cultivated Nest shows you some great ways to showcase your fall flowers. Flowers can be a way to get a beautiful look that you do not have to store year round or buy more stuff.
Related: Best Fall Wreaths For the Front Door
Now, if you do want to purchase things, here are some inexpensive ideas.
Halloween Yard Decorations
Ghost Lawn Decorations
Let these ghosts guide guests to your front door. These are super cute and create that festive look. You can get a set of 10 lawn ghosts here on Etsy.
This is a simple but cute ghost sign that goes right over your pumpkin. You can reuse it every year. Buy it here on Etsy.
These lanterns aren’t just for Halloween night but can be used for the whole month of October. Crafts by Amanda offers a step-by-step guide on how to make the Halloween luminaries.
Halloween Yard Banner
Let your neighbors know just what to expect when they’re walking up to your house. Not all Halloween decorations have to be scary! You can find it here on Etsy.
This Beware of Hitchhiking Ghosts garden sign in burlap is adorable. Buy here on Etsy.
Oktoberfest Lawn Decorations
Before there’s Halloween, there’s Oktoberfest. Let all your neighbors know Oktoberfest is the true October holiday in your home. You can find them here on Etsy.
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