This year, I wanted to build a cemetery fence for my home. It is my first Halloween here out of an apartment and it is time to put my haunted house experience to work. I looked through this site and saw, to my surprise, there was not a good instructable on how to create a cemetery fence. There is one on a simple graveyard fence out of trelis but I wanted the wrought iron look.
Well, this is my first Instructable. I hope it helps you create a slightly more enjoyable Halloween.
Through research, I found all kinds of wrought iron fences which would do the trick. Now not being able to afford an iron fence, and with the neighborhood restrictions in place, I had to go about making a temporary fence for just the month of Halloween, which was what I wanted to do in the first place.
The most common types of fences for Halloween home haunts are pvc, lath boards, old pallets, trelis sections, cheap wooden fencing torn apart and rebuilt, or garden stakes (which is just silly).
I chose to build and create an Instructable on the PVC style of fence using 2x2s as rails.
After researching the style of fence you want, or if you decide to keep with the design here, follow the next steps and learn from a few of my mistakes.
Step 1: Step One on the Intro Page Makes the Intro Too Long
So here is a short and sweet step.
Happy Halloween (Me and the wife last year)