Halloween inflatables--fun for the young, and the young at heart
We have neighbors around the corner who love Halloween. Every year their house is the hit of the neighborhood because they go all out with decorations in the house, and all over their yard.
On some Halloween evenings, we can hear a witch's cackle all the way over at our house. Other years, we hear a running chainsaw, and kids screaming. (Don't worry--it's a soundtrack, not a real chainsaw.)
One of the best, easiest ways to make your yard the envy of the neighborhood on Halloween is by displaying Halloween inflatables.
Whether the effect you're going for is funny, or scary, there's a Halloween inflatable that's just right for your yard.
Photo taken by me
Around here, you'll see a lot of yards decorated with bundles of cornstalks, with pumpkins and mums surrounding them, but once Halloween arrives, you can replace the cornstalks with this dead tree inflatable instead.
This inflatable has a sinister looking tree with a black spider dangling from one branch. Two white ghosts appear to be popping out on either side of the tree. Pumpkins surround the base of the tree.
This Halloween inflatable is eight feet tall, and lights up.
Self-inflates in seconds, and folds for compact storage when the Halloween fun is over.
This short, three-minute video shows a yard decorated with MANY Halloween inflatables. There are ghosts, pumpkins, witches, skeletons, an inflatable hearse with a ghostly driver, and an evil-looking twenty-five feet tall scary black cat. There are also some Walt Disney and Sesame Street character inflatables. This might give you some ideas for decorating your own yard with Halloween inflatables.
This scary black cat isn't as tall as the black cat shown in the video above, but he'll have a similar effect on all the little goblins that are out and about on Halloween night.
This inflatable is 6' x 4' when he's fully-inflated. He lights up, and his head moves back and forth.
Package includes tethers and stakes.
Now this will really make your yard the hit of the neighborhood! Imagine the sqeals of delight (or fright?) as little trick or treaters enter your yard and encounter this scary haunted house inflatable archway on Halloween night.
Ghosts peer out the windows of the haunted house, while one waves from on the rooftop. Jack-o-lanterns at the bottom of the archway beckon the goblins to come knock on your door, or enter your party. Archway lights up, and can be used be outdoors or indoors.