I LOVE this CHEAP & EASY Halloween theme on a house! Here’s how to hang giant spider decorations outdoors with tons of photos and easy steps.
Giant Spider Halloween Decorations on our House
I am a huge fan of over-the-top Halloween decorations. And, I really, really like it when a whole house is decorated with a theme.
In fact, I put together a big post recently that covers 5 of my favorite scary Halloween themes for outside a house. And, Giant Spiders is absolutely my favorite on that list!
Check out the Best Scary Halloween Decorations For Your Home to see all 5 scary Halloween themes and the spooky Halloween decorations I found to help you pull off those looks.
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I’m also a huge fan of holiday decorations that are easy to put up AND pack away for next year, without taking up tons of space.
I even designed and built my own DIY Christmas Tree Box Stand to make holiday storage easier.
That easy woodworking project looks great under my tree AND it stores my ornaments when Christmas is over.
But, there are a few reasons why I am a big fan of this Giant Spider Halloween Theme.
Reasons I LOVE this Giant Spider Theme
One reason these Giant Spiders are great is the bendable wires in their legs.
That means you can easily shape them for a realistic spider pose. And, you can fold them up into a small box when it’s time to pack everything away. I LOVE that!
These Giant Spider Halloween decorations are super affordable too. I spent just $85 to get this look that I’ll use for years!
The third reason I love this Giant Spider theme is their SIZE. They’re big, so you don’t need a lot to cover even a long house like mine.
Which means you can get a huge over the top look in no time. It only took me about an hour to unfold, shape, and hang these giant spiders and spider webs on my house.
Now, let’s talk about how to hang Giant Spider decorations outdoors, on any type of house.
How Do You Hang Giant Spider Decor on a House?
There are many ways that you can hang these Giant Spiders on your house, without damaging the surface. And, without making any holes.
If you have smooth siding or painted brick that’s pretty smooth, like mine, you can use 3M Outdoor Command Clear Light Clips.
Those Outdoor Command Clips and other Command Strips work on glass, doors, and shutters too.
For brick that isn’t painted, you can use damage-free brick clips to hang holiday decorations.
For glass and other smooth surfaces, you can also use heavy duty suction cup hooks.
Heavy Duty, Double-Sided Mounting Tape is another great option for hanging decorations outside. Some of these can work on partially rough surfaces, like some bricks, stucco, and stone surfaces.
Hopefully, one of these will work on your house.
See my Giant Spider Halloween Decorations in this Video
Here’s a better look at how easy it was to give my whole house a Halloween makeover with just 10 Giant Spiders and 2 Cobwebs.
Now, let’s talk about some of my favorite, affordable Giant Spider decorations.
More Pictures of the Giant Spiders on my House
10 Best Giant Spider Outdoor Halloween Decorations!
More Outdoor Halloween Decoration Theme Ideas
If you’re not sure about decorating the outside of your house with giant spiders, I have 4 more Halloween Themes that look great on a home!
If I didn’t go with Giant Halloween Spiders this year, would have picked one of these 4 as my new theme.
- Scary Clowns or Creepy Circus Theme
- Zombie or Undead Halloween Theme
- Creepy Victorian Halloween Theme
- Skeleton or Graveyard Theme
You can find tons of spooky and affordable Halloween decorations that fit into those themes in the Best Scary Halloween Decorations For Your Home.
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