HALLOWEEN GRAVEYARD BACKDROPS
are situations where you may want to camouflage a fence or
lays behind your Halloween graveyard, such as a chain link
fence, which is not very spooky looking.
The easiest way to
hide your fence is to cover it and there are a number of
materials that can be used with success.
Scene Setters are
a Halloween wall covering that
allow you to transform your walls into spooky Halloween
These wall coverings are fairly easy to
temporarily attach to a fence using heavy-duty tape It
is lightly laminated for use indoors or outdoors in
protected areas or mild weather conditions. Comes in four
foot tall rolls, which makes it a little bit more difficult
for this application.
Polyethylene Plastic Sheeting (Black)
Sheeting is a durable, multi-purpose plastic material that
is wrinkle and weather resistant and can be used to cover
over a fence to give a black as night backdrop. Poly
sheeting comes in a variety of sizes and thicknesses and we
chose a roll of black 8' x 100' (6 Millimeter) sheeting to
cover our fence. Available at your local hardware store.
it tends to be expensive, camouflage netting is a very versatile and strong material that can be
used for many Halloween related applications, including the concealment of
fences. You can
simply throw a few of the nets over your fence to conceal
it. Camo netting comes in many colors. Available from
Halloween product has been bonded to
corrugated cardboard for added strength. You just
staple, tack or tape it to any wall to create an instant and creepy
effect of stone-like dungeon walls. The nice thing about these rolls is that
unlike regular wallpaper rolls, which are small in length and width, each of these rolls measures 48
inches by 25 feet.
this can get a bit expensive in large quantities, but really create
a Autumn atmosphere when stacked together. Check with your
local feed and grain store prices and availability.