With Halloween practically on our doorstep, it’s our duty, we feel, to speak about decorations and accessories. But, first, I would like to get this out of the way… Have you ever thought about the impact that all those plastic decorations have on our mother Earth? If you answered yes, and you are concerned about what we are doing to the Earth with these decorations then, you are not alone! The good news for all of us, Eco-Aware people out there, is the fact that there is an excellent substitution for those cheap-old plastic decorations. And, what’s best, they are eco-friendly!
Have you ever thought about the idea of using authentic, biodegradable, and eco-friendly decorations for Halloween? Well, here’s a fantastic idea! Decorate your porch with real corpses! There are numerous benefits to this option, such as the fake blood that we are currently using for Halloween is full of chemicals that are harmful to our lawns. And, all those plastic bottles and decorations might end up in the ocean, killing an innocent tortoise!
So, why do all this harm when you can do a lot of good by eliminating the people that are getting on your nerves, as famous serial killer clown John Wayne Gacy once said? And think about the fake rubber limbs, don’t they look awfully fake on your lawn? Well, it’s time to change all of that! Use an organic alternative instead! The most significant benefit of all is the fact that if your guests know your secret, it makes your house extra spooky!
So, if you’re one of those people, here are a couple of great ideas to help you decorate your lawn for this year’s Halloween:
- Did you know that if you sew eight index fingers onto a knee, you can actually make a spider?
- Here’s a fun fact for you. Did you know that you can stretch arteries, capillaries, and veins from one adult’s body throughout 60000 miles? This would make enough spiderwebbing for your lawn and trees, you can use some on your house as well!
- And my favorite… You can mount a couple of heads on spikes in order to get some street cred as well!
My favorite part of this little project is how easy it is to get all the parts that you need for it. There are many options to choose from. You can opt in to get them from your local black market, you can harvest them yourselves, or you can just dig up someone who has recently passed and get the parts from them (they won’t be needing them anyway.)
It’s easy! All you need to know is that each and every person that you stumble upon today is a potential decoration for your lawn!
Anyways, that was enough tips for today! If you think that we’ve missed something in this in-depth article on how to decorate your house for Halloween with eco-friendly corpses, then tell us in the comment section below! If not, make sure to share this fantastic How-To DIY article with your friends and help them improve their decoration game!