indoors or out. Foam Halloween tombstones are molded and finished to look like headpieces from centuries gone by, weather-beaten and battered as befits the night of the haunted and the dead. Other cemetery decorations include our always-popular lawn skeletons that appear to rise from the dead when you "plant" them in the ground, gothic fencing and chains to cordon off your graveyard area (and keep out trick-or-treaters), and stakes and signs that warn visitors to "keep out." Cemetery decoration kits are an easy and especially affordable starting point for your display, offering Halloween tombstones, realistic skulls and skeleton parts, fencing, and even stretch spider webs for that special air of age and neglect. For the finishing touches on your scene, try our ground foggers, light-up props to highlight prime areas of the lawn or porch, and giant spider web lawn decorations upon which you can suspend virtually anything — including giant spiders.
Halloween haunting begins when the graveyard comes to life (in a manner of speaking)!
Sure, you can hang a few props from the porch and post a few signs in the yard, but only with the Halloween tombstones and cemetery decorations does your haunted house or reconstructed graveyard offer the right setting for your bigger investments, like the fog machines and animated props.
Here you'll find all the indoor-outdoor cemetery decorations you need: gothic fencing, dense foam tombstones "weathered" to look like the real things, light-up lawn skeletons, plastic chains with shackles, and "keep out" warning signs.
It's all in good fun of course, and nobody really wants the party guests and trick-or-treaters to keep out.
In fact, you'll want them to visit over and over as you build your virtual cemetery over a period of days or weeks, adjusting the placement of your premium props and returning now and then to your closest Party City store for more Halloween tombstones, more cemetery decorations, and more of the delightfully creepy stuff that makes your creation stand out.
Add a few stretch spider webs to lend an air of neglect to your scene, and for that unmistakable graveyard atmosphere, fog machines and ground foggers are exactly what you need ‐ ground foggers for dense, low-lying mist, best delivered from the skull mouth of a tombstone cover, which also protects your appliance from rain.