Ghastly Garden Gnomes for Halloween
Creepy Gnomes for Your Yard
The scariest decoration in your yard is not the animated tombstone or the skeleton sitting in a rocky chair on your front porch. No, the scariest Halloween decoration lurking in your yard will be the garden gnome.
Don't believe me? Check out this collection of zombie and headless gnomes ready to terrify visitors.
You'll Never Look at a Garden Gnome the Same Way Again!
Headless Garden Gnome
The headless garden gnome - wrong on so may levels - has to be my favorite of the Halloween styled garden gnomes. The red hat on the headless gnome and the bloody saw are enough to send a shiver down my spine.
Give Your Garden Friend a Halloween Inspired Makeover
If you are looking to create your own gnome with a Halloween theme you can repurpose that cute gnome sitting in your garden. I found an article on ehow.com entitled How to Paint Gnomes that will give you a few pointers on how to give your lawn ornament a freaky fabulous new look (though the article isn't necessarily concerned with turning your friend into a fiend). The advice will help you on how to get a nice finish for your remade ornament. For complete illustrated instructions on how to paint a zombie gnome check out Zombie Garden Gnome Mod by The Papier Boy which features 9 step instructions.
For those ready to let their creativity flow try painting some blood dripping down from the mouth or add some blood shot eyes to get your gnome ready for fright night but be sure to you outdoor ceramic paint and slap on a layer of outdoor varnish to seal in the paint. The last think you would want is for the elements to damage your horrifying piece of Halloween art.
Zombified Garden Gnomes
Garden gnomes are supposed to be sweet little men and women decorating your garden. Unfortunately, zombie gnomes only want one thing - your brains. No, seriously can you imagine walking home late one night and your eye briefly catches on one of these zombie gnomes illuminated by a street light. I have chills just thinking about it.
Looks like this seventeen inch plastic garden gnome has been enjoying a little snack. The blood dripping down from his mouth and outstretched hands is enough to give me nightmares? How about you?
This Zombie gnome is out to get you with outstretched hands with crazy dilated eyes. The icky green goo hangs off his beard with a handsome red bug. The gnome's skeleton frog companion is a nice detail.
If I saw this garden gnome staring back at me I might be tempted to cross the street to get away from him.
This girl zombie garden gnome is decked out his a black witch hat with a moon design. The goo dripping from her mouth adds to her scary appeal.
This duo of garden gnomes is out to create a scene, With an exaggerated smile on one and a skull in hand on the other these zombie garden gnomes are perfect decorations for Halloween.
Are You Afraid?
If you came face to face with these gnomes on a dark night would they cause you a fright?
Zombie Gnomes Attack
Enjoy this mini horror film entitled Attack of the Zombie Gnomes! Will anyone ever be safe again? Will someone rise up to stop these sinister lawn ornaments.
More Halloween Decorations
Here are a couple of project I did to add some Halloween spirit to my home. Try them out or challenge yourself to create your own DIY Halloween decoration.
RIP Black Ribbon Topiary
The RIP Black Ribbon Topiary is easy to create and adds a whimsical decoration to your Halloween mantel display or party. I created this project out of some ...
Create a green skinned witch out of polymer clay and clay pots for your Halloween display. Easy project for adults and children alike.