Halloween is such a fun holiday and if you want to decorate your yard, why not consider adding some extra special witch decorations? A witch is a common face of Halloween and also makes the perfect decoration for your own whether it’s a friendly or scary Halloween witch. There are many witch themed decorations available and it can be difficult to decide what to buy. This article will help you out by detailing five of the best witch yard decorations to buy in 2010.
#1: Staked Witches
Don’t let the name fool you. The witch yard decorations at Front Gate.com aren’t really of staked witches. Instead the witches are on a stake that will go into the ground. For $69 dollars you’ll receive three witches. Each witch has red hair, a green face with a wart on the chin and they have pose able arms and legs. They are dressed in traditional black hats and gowns. The witches are all attached to each other by way of the capes being hooked to the next broom’s witch.
#2: Witch with Misting Cauldron
Do it up this Halloween with a life size witch. Walmart.com sells a witch that is as tall as a person (approximately 5 feet). The witch is stirring her broom into a misting cauldron and it’s easy to pretend that she’s coming up with some spells for Halloween night. The witch also speaks and moves back and forth. Some of her phrases are “”Double double, cauldron bubble. Come in here and you’re in trouble!”, “Ah, just in time… for dinner” and “Hmm, what a delicious looking person.” You can purchase this witch from the Walmart website for $119 dollars.
#3: Fallen Witch
Kids will giggle in delight as they spy your fallen witch yard decoration. The decoration is of witch legs that are upside down. Once you put it on the ground, it looks like a witch has fallen upside down! Lights go around the outline of the witch that will really make it stand out at night. You can purchase it from Christmas Central through Amazon.com for $44.99.
#4: Crashing Witch Betty Bash
This poor witch just has bad luck. Betty Bash is a crashing witch. You simply attach her to one of your trees and it looks like she smashed right into the tree while she was flying on her broom. She is also inflatable which will make it look slightly more realistic that a witch crash landed on your tree. She is about three feet tall. You can buy Betty Bash from Costume Shop for $17.50.
#5: Airblown Witch
The Home Depot sells a charming slender witch that you place in your yard, plug in and watch it inflate. When it is full size, it will tower above the kids who come trick or treating at your house. They won’t be scared though. This witch has a friendly look on her face. She stands at 9 feet tall. The airblown witch at The Home Depot sells for $35 dollars.