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Halloween Solar Outdoor Décor for your home

Updated on August 30, 2017

Decorate your home for Halloween with solar powered outdoor decorations

This lens will focus on home outdoor decorations that are solar powered. So, not only can you decorate all you want, it won't run up your electric bill! Solar decorations receive their power from the sun, during the day, to light your home during the night.

As I take my nightly walks around our housing complex, I notice more and more people employing solar powered devices in their yards and among their flower gardens. Are you using any yet? They seem to work very well and are generally quite inexpensive, if you are careful in your purchasing, as with all other purchases.

I took the moon photo to get us in the mood for upcoming Halloween activities.

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These are very typical of the kinds of solar powered outdoor Halloween decorations I am calling for in this lens. Affordable, decorative, awesome - and save you money on your electric bill! ;-)

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Do you use Solar Outdoor Decorations?

There are more and more products available as each year goes by. These were very new when I first created this lens, but I see more and more products in the stores, and more of them in the yards and gardens around town as I am out walking. They are really becoming quite popular. Do you use them? That is the intent of this poll, to see if you do or not.

Do you use Solar Outdoor Decorations?

They could use some solar powered outdoor decorations here...

They could use some solar powered outdoor decorations here... I was concerned when I first saw this image that the lighting was poor.
They could use some solar powered outdoor decorations here... I was concerned when I first saw this image that the lighting was poor.

A traditional Jack-o'-Lantern to intoduce Halloween

Not all your decorations need to be solar powered - some may be traditional and even crafty. Enjoy them all. ;-)

The photo is a more traditional Jack-o'-Lantern made for the Honywell Manor celebrations in 2003:

I sill, personally, prefer the traditional Jack-o'-Lantern. It is what I recommend.


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