Eeeeek! It’s a Pet Cemetery Halloween Front Door

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In our household, Halloween is a big deal, not just because we all really love spooky movies and trick or treating, but because Halloween is the same time we celebrate my son’s birthday and my husband’s birthday, too.

Today, I wanted to show you my Pet Cemetery Halloween Front Door decor. It’s spooky, adds a ton of curb appeal to your home, and is bound to attract a lot of stares and admiration from neighbors.

Eeeeek! It's a Pet Cemetery Halloween Front Door - Discover, A World Market Blog

Don’t you love these skeleton animals? They come in a variety of sizes, and I thought to myself, why not do a non-traditional front door and put together my own little pet cemetery for the win? Let’s walk through all the fun little elements…

Eeeeek! It's a Pet Cemetery Halloween Front Door - Discover, A World Market Blog

I started by stacking two white crates on the left side of the door and placed some pumpkins on the inside and the side. I placed a third, smaller crate on the right side of the door. I found this Gauze and Bat Kit, which I used to drape over the crates, which gave an instant spooky look to otherwise simple decor.

Eeeeek! It's a Pet Cemetery Halloween Front Door - Discover, A World Market Blog

I found some cool decorative pumpkins at the local hardware store, and they were the exact things I needed to add some fall flair to the door.

Eeeeek! It's a Pet Cemetery Halloween Front Door - Discover, A World Market Blog

I added a Halloween front door mat to the front porch stoop. Imagine how happy I was for it to have animals on it!

Eeeeek! It's a Pet Cemetery Halloween Front Door - Discover, A World Market Blog

One of my FAVORITE finds were these Zombie FlamingosThey are too funny and we’ve already gotten a ton of comments on them.

Eeeeek! It's a Pet Cemetery Halloween Front Door - Discover, A World Market Blog

Eeeeek! It's a Pet Cemetery Halloween Front Door - Discover, A World Market Blog

Eeeeek! It's a Pet Cemetery Halloween Front Door - Discover, A World Market Blog

Eeeeek! It's a Pet Cemetery Halloween Front Door - Discover, A World Market Blog

How cute is that little frog skeleton? Nothing scary about that one. I love all the cute sizes of skeleton animals; the cat and the dog are the largest, then you have these fun bats, spiders, and scorpions. There is such a great variety of spooky skeletons to choose from.

Eeeeek! It's a Pet Cemetery Halloween Front Door - Discover, A World Market Blog

Eeeeek! It's a Pet Cemetery Halloween Front Door - Discover, A World Market Blog

Eeeeek! It's a Pet Cemetery Halloween Front Door - Discover, A World Market Blog

Eeeeek! It's a Pet Cemetery Halloween Front Door - Discover, A World Market Blog

The Dachshund Skeleton is the largest and in my opinion, quite fun to look at.

Eeeeek! It's a Pet Cemetery Halloween Front Door - Discover, A World Market Blog

Eeeeek! It's a Pet Cemetery Halloween Front Door - Discover, A World Market Blog

For the front door wreath, I took one of the Bat and Gauze kits and just draped it around a vine wreath I already had. The gauze holds on to things really well and it works perfectly for a great, spooky decor idea. It took about 5 minutes to make the wreath and it’ll be easy to deconstruct once Halloween is over.

Eeeeek! It's a Pet Cemetery Halloween Front Door - Discover, A World Market Blog

In the corner of the door, I added a spooky Perched Vulture to watch over our whole brood of animals. My kids and I had so much fun decorating for Halloween and we can’t wait to do more.

I hope you liked my Halloween Front Door Reveal! Be sure to pin it for later.

 

 

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