Create Your Halloween Front Yard - DadLabs For many a Halloween, Daddy Brad has been humiliated by his neighbor's spooky front yard display. Not this year! Brad vows to create the scariest (but not too scary) backyard boo scape. How to put up fun Halloween decorations that won't be too scary for younger kids? We've partnered with Kmart to find the best in decorations. Go online for a really cool selection of creepy Halloween decorations. Are you ready to get your spook on? Highlights include and inflatable Vampire coffin, giant spider web, tombstones, flying ghosts, orange lights, pumpkins, and Marcus the Carcass. Decorating for Halloween can be scary good quality time with your kids. Then celebrate your accomplishments with a 50 Foot Party! Episode 816 is brought to you by Kmart.
Daddy Brad: Every year, my neighbor Rick has the spookiest yard on the block. Well, not this year![evil laughter]Child 1: Dad, can we please decorate for Halloween now?Daddy Brad: Yes, we can. Let's go.Daddy Brad: Hey, I'm Daddy Brad and welcome back to Dadlabs.com. Every year, my neighbor Rick just goes all out for Halloween. I mean the whole nine yards, he has a big Halloween party, everybody on the block comes. It's a blast. This year, I want to give Rick a little competition. Now, I'm not going to try to be as scary as Rick because he's got teenagers, and I've got toddlers, and I don't want to start a nightmare factory. I'd like to sleep.But we're going to put up some really fun Halloween decorations that the kids will enjoy. So we teamed up with the good folks over at Kmart to pull out all the stops for Halloween. Now the kids and the I went online, Kmart.com, and ordered some really cool Halloween decorations for our front yard. So, come on. Let me show you some of the spooky favorites we put out this year.[music] .Daddy Brad: Y'all ready to get your spook on?Children: Yeah!Daddy Brad: Think we can get spookier than Rick and Lake?Children: Yeah!Daddy Brad: You want your my evil laugh?Children: Yeah!Daddy Brad: [evil laughing][music]Rick: Aww, man! What ghosts? Did some worms leave a trail on your yard?[man screaming] .[music]Daddy Brad: My two‑year‑old's favorite, vampire opening his coffin. Pretty neat, it glows. Check that out, it's like automated. It's awesome! I don't care who you are, a 25 foot spider web and a big black spider... scary! You know, they're tombstones. That means there are good people here, dead people buried in my front yard. Scary flying ghosts! Hey, Garner, check this out, you got a ghost, bro? Ooh, spooky! You know where this is going, the candy bowl. Lights, they're orange. Pumpkins are orange. I like this little wide mouth pumpkin, it won't mold. You know how if you carve your pumpkin, if you do it too early, put it on your front porch and gets all yucky. Not this big bad boy. No yucky.One of my favorites. Marcus the carcass, crazy abominable snowman type thing coming out of the ground like a zombie. Fighting to get out... [gurgle]. Glow‑in‑the‑dark skeleton with alien eyes. Hey kids how do want some candy? How do you like my lights? Flashing pumpkin lights! And probably my favorite of all, the giant skull.[grunting and growling] .Well, the yard is all decorated. I think it looks great. What do you guys think?Children: Awesome!Daddy Brad: Oh, he's the headless horseman, he can't say anything. Hey, if you're looking to decorate your yard, get some great costumes, like Supergirl here, the werewolf that I use to scare my neighbor, go to Kmart.com and check it out. They got all kind of good spooky scary fun stuff for Halloween. Well that's all for us here at Dadlabs. Hey guys. You all want to go to our Halloween party? It's called a 50 foot party, it has candy ellipses.Child 1: Sure.Daddy Brad: Yeah, yeah, you can still hear, can't you? How can you hear? You don't have a head. We'll see you next time, on Dadlabs.com.