How to Use Personalized Tombstones for Halloween Decorations

It’s not hard to add a personalized touch to your Halloween decorations for your home yard or office. There are plenty of products from personalized banners to custom standees to create a personal and spooky Halloween look to your décor.

Personalized Tombstones are a fantastic Halloween decoration that you can have printed with your custom wording. You can use the personalized tombstones in your Halloween décor year after year. ShindigZ has three styles of personalized tombstones, standard tombstones, skull tombstones, or traditional tombstones. The 46″ high x 25″ wide tombstones are available in cardboard for indoor use or weather-resistant corex.

Here are some ideas for how to use personalized tombstones:

Create a tombstone for each member of your family and create a family grave yard on the lawn. You’ll create an eerie decoration to welcome trick-or-treaters.

Use the personalized tombstone with scary decorations such as a Grave Evader (a ghoul, coming out of the ground) or the Gruesome Ground Breakers (hands sticking out of the ground) to make visitors scream! Welcome guests to your property with a Cemetery Yard Sign.

If you’re going for a funny look rather than a scary one, use the tombstones, personalizing them with classic comedic epitaphs. For example:

Stranger ! Approach this spot with gravity !
John Brown is filling his last cavity. (For a Dentist’s house)

Here Lies the Body of
Jonathan Blake
Stepped on the Gas Instead of the Brake

Here lies John Yeast,
Pardon me for not rising.

The tombstones will bring a smile to guest’s faces and can be used in your Halloween decorations annually.

Add a really scary accent to your tombstone theme with a Rising from the Grave Monster. This 3′ high monster is animated and rises from the grave and is accompanied with scary phrases and background music.

Tell us about what you put on your personalized tombstone!

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