A fun way to get kids involved in the decorations is to paint some pumpkins! Carving can be dangerous as it requires a knife and adult supervision. However, kids of all ages can join in on painting them.
Let them get creative with sketching faces and patterns onto the pumpkins and then painting them! Scatter the pumpkins around the garden or stack them at the front entrance of the playhouse for a spooky effect.
The front area offered by the Bunny Playhouse would make the ideal location for placing these pumpkins!
2. Ghostly Bunting
Add some spooky DIY gravestones to really set the scene for your house of horror. You can make realistic gravestones from broken paving slabs by giving them a distressed look. Paint “R.I.P” or “Beware” onto the headstones to add an eery effect.
Or, you can use styrofoam, which is easy to cut and decorate. Simply draw out your design and carve around it to make certain words or pictures stand out. After that, you can simply paint the gravestones in black or grey and place them outside the front of the playhouse!
4. Spooky Candle Holders
Make the playhouse have an extra spooky feel by dressing the windows with spider webs. You can buy shop-bought fake spider webs or you can make your own using black string! This is sure to give it a haunted feel and will look in the day as well as the night. Add the webs to the windows and over the door and entrance to the playhouse.