Used to seeing all those brown and black graveyard scenes at Halloween? How about switching to neon and really lighting things up!
When we moved from our old house to this one, I didn't realize just how bright the street lights were in our neighborhood.
As a result, it seems harder than ever to really get our decorations to stand out. Orange lights get washed out in the soft glow from the street lamps.
But neon? Who could miss that, right?
There are lots of LED decorations to choose from these days and some of that additional lighting can be done by just replacing the bulbs in your outdoor lights with some bright colors like blue, purple or red.
What I really like about this display is that EVERYTHING has some color to it. The gravestones even have glow-in-the-dark writing, the little skulls on the ground have glowing facial features, and the boiling pot has a purple light coming up from inside the pot.
If you're looking for a new way to do your yard this Halloween come up with a new color scheme, throw in some cool lighting effects, and go neon.