Show your neighbors and houseguests how much Halloween spirit you and your family have by adding some spooky outdoor Halloween decorations to your front yard, door, or porch. Some creative décor will give a little something extra to impress trick or treaters and will welcome any party guests if you’re throwing a Halloween bash. There are so many options for decorating outdoors—try adorning your front lawn, or using the trees in your yard to display items. If you don’t have much of a front yard or live in an apartment, there’s always the front door and the doormat to show off how excited you are to celebrate the Halloween season. If you want to go the haunted house route, put up some creepy decorations like large spiders across your lawn, or dangerous-looking spider web on the eaves of your porch. Any visitors will be impressed (and maybe a little frightened) to trespass. Or, if you don’t want to scare the neighbors away with macabre decorations, there are some less ghoulish options that are still Halloween-appropriate. Try a doormat with a skull emblazoned on it in metallic glitter detail—the sparkle adds a bit of glamour. Or place a twig wreath on your door that has natural elements, but are accented with bat shapes. All of these items can be used over and over, so you can store them away for the next year. Get ready to wow your neighbors and anyone who drives down your block by accenting the exterior of your house with some eye-catching accessories.