Tombstone Ideas for Your Halloween Graveyard

Updated on September 28, 2018
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FlourishAnyway loves Halloween and enjoys being "that neighbor" with the spooky yard displays.

Transform your yard into a creepy Halloween graveyard with fake tombstones and clever epitaphs. Here are ideas for funny R.I.P. names and spooky tombstone sayings, plus easy instructions for making your own headstones.
Transform your yard into a creepy Halloween graveyard with fake tombstones and clever epitaphs. Here are ideas for funny R.I.P. names and spooky tombstone sayings, plus easy instructions for making your own headstones. | Source

Become the Creepy House in the Neighborhood This Halloween

Every year, with a little Halloween magic, I transform a patch of my front yard into a ghostly cemetery, complete with fake tombstones and clever epitaphs. Skeletons erupt out of the soil like they are struggling to break free from their tombs. Body parts of zombies warn neighbors that in shallow graves below, the undead have been recently buried. Ba-ha-ha-ha-ha!

Yep, we're that house. Neighbors stop to gawk at our yard decorations. They chuckle and take photos, call friends over for a look.

While others eek by with a few strings of lights and inflatable yard ornaments, I prefer to go all "Martha Stewart" for Halloween. Some years, I really go full tilt.

Below I offer some imaginative help with your Halloween cemetery. Start by making your own Halloween gravestones, then adding your choice of accent decorations. With a little creativity, you, too, can become the creepy house in the neighborhood!

Easy to Make Halloween Headstones

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Use a regular black Sharpie to free-hand a rounded top to your headstones.  Use tomato stakes, cut to size, and glued to the reverse of the headstone to help stabilize the headstone in the dirt.Although you can use nails, Gorilla glue is really easy to apply.  It's also weatherproof and extremely strong!I selected an aluminum-colored spray paint and used two coats.  When selecting a paint shade, err on the lighter side. After painting the epitaphs then applying the clearcoat, the color became slightly darker.
Use a regular black Sharpie to free-hand a rounded top to your headstones.
Use a regular black Sharpie to free-hand a rounded top to your headstones. | Source
Use tomato stakes, cut to size, and glued to the reverse of the headstone to help stabilize the headstone in the dirt.
Use tomato stakes, cut to size, and glued to the reverse of the headstone to help stabilize the headstone in the dirt. | Source
Although you can use nails, Gorilla glue is really easy to apply.  It's also weatherproof and extremely strong!
Although you can use nails, Gorilla glue is really easy to apply. It's also weatherproof and extremely strong! | Source
I selected an aluminum-colored spray paint and used two coats.  When selecting a paint shade, err on the lighter side. After painting the epitaphs then applying the clearcoat, the color became slightly darker.
I selected an aluminum-colored spray paint and used two coats. When selecting a paint shade, err on the lighter side. After painting the epitaphs then applying the clearcoat, the color became slightly darker. | Source

How to Make Halloween Tombstones for Your Halloween Cemetery

Your Halloween tombstones can be made out of foam core, cardboard, styrofoam, or wood. Because I decorate every year, I want my Halloween decorations to be sturdy enough to reuse. Thus, I make them out of wood using the simple process below.

Materials needed:

  • thin sheets of plywood
  • Black sharpie
  • power saw (or have someone else cut the wood for you)
  • gray or aluminum-colored, untextured, weatherproof spray paint
  • yard stakes or tomato stakes
  • Black Sharpie Wide Tip Paint Marker

  • waterproof Gorilla glue
  • clear weatherproof spray paint (polyurethane)
  • newspaper for protecting work surface

Instructions:

1) With a regular black Sharpie, use a free-hand method to draw simple headstone shapes thin sheets of plywood. Really, how hard is it to draw rounded corners or a rounded top? You can do this! Alternatively, templates are available on the internet for more complex designs if you want to get fancy. Don't worry about stray marks; they will be painted over.

2) Cut the plywood tombstones shapes using an electric saw (or have someone else help you).

3) Using untextured weatherproof spray paint, paint the entire tombstone gray front and back, letting it dry thoroughly between coats. Make sure to use it outside or in a well-ventilated area, and protect your surfaces with newspaper. (Although I like the ease of spray paint, you can instead use exterior house paint and a brush, if desired.)

4) For each headstone, paint several wooden stakes using the same weatherproof gray spray paint. I used two to three wooden stakes per headstone, depending on the size of the headstone.

5) Using waterproof Gorilla glue for wood, attach the dry, painted wooden stakes to the back of the headstone. This will allow the headstone to stand up by itself in the soil. Always let the project dry completely before proceeding to the next step.

6) Using a Black Sharpie Wide Tip Paint Marker, write the deceased's name and his or her epitaph. (Lots of ideas are provided in the tables below.) Remember that this is a spooky, broken-down old graveyard, so your work should not be perfect! Paint "cracks" in the gravestones, too, if you'd like. I strongly prefer the Black Sharpie Paint Marker to black paint and a paintbrush because it's oil-based paint that offers the superior control of a magic marker.

7) Apply a clear coat of weatherproof spray paint to further protect the gravestone from the elements. Paint both front and back of the headstone.

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Although you can use black paint and a paintbrush for lettering, I strongly prefer the Black Sharpie Wide Tip Paint Marker. It allows me to apply oil-based paint with the control of a magic marker.Make your lettering big and bold enough that people can read the gravestone from the street.  Why work alone? Here's one of my crafty Halloween helpers, Bay Bay. He frequently inspected my work, walked over wet spray paint when I wasn't looking, rested on the dry boards (pictured here) and watched with interest as I wrote with the paint pen.I used a straight surface to ensure that my lettering was reasonably horizontal.
Although you can use black paint and a paintbrush for lettering, I strongly prefer the Black Sharpie Wide Tip Paint Marker. It allows me to apply oil-based paint with the control of a magic marker.
Although you can use black paint and a paintbrush for lettering, I strongly prefer the Black Sharpie Wide Tip Paint Marker. It allows me to apply oil-based paint with the control of a magic marker. | Source
Make your lettering big and bold enough that people can read the gravestone from the street.
Make your lettering big and bold enough that people can read the gravestone from the street. | Source
Why work alone? Here's one of my crafty Halloween helpers, Bay Bay. He frequently inspected my work, walked over wet spray paint when I wasn't looking, rested on the dry boards (pictured here) and watched with interest as I wrote with the paint pen.
Why work alone? Here's one of my crafty Halloween helpers, Bay Bay. He frequently inspected my work, walked over wet spray paint when I wasn't looking, rested on the dry boards (pictured here) and watched with interest as I wrote with the paint pen. | Source
I used a straight surface to ensure that my lettering was reasonably horizontal.
I used a straight surface to ensure that my lettering was reasonably horizontal. | Source

Selecting R.I.P. Names and Epitaphs for Your Halloween Headstones

The most enjoyable part of making a Halloween graveyard is selecting the right R.I.P. names and epitaphs for the "deceased." That's what people stop and read! Instead of relying on tired combinations you've seen before, dare to be different by using your own pairings of names and tombstone inscriptions.

Below I've gathered a huge assortment of the best R.I.P. names from across the internet and also invented some of my own. Additionally, I've created a large batch of new epitaph sayings—a few of them based on existing epitaphs but most are original. Select the spookiest or most humorous combinations or use them as inspiration to write your own!

Select your choice of R.I.P. names and funny epitaphs from the tables below.
Select your choice of R.I.P. names and funny epitaphs from the tables below. | Source

66 R.I.P. Names for Your Halloween Gravestones

 
 
 
Woody Dooit
M.T. Tomb
Barry M. Deep
Al B. Bach
Pastor Prime
Eileen Dover
Dee Compose
Stella Live
Dewey Burnum
Hugh B Next
Pete Moss
Ima K. Daver
Dustin Ash
Dr. Izzy Gone
Ida Nyit
Barry D. Hatchet
Lee Mealone
Anita Newhart
Dwayne DeTubb
Manny Bones
Anita Shovel
Claire Voyance
Diana Rottin
Hugo First
Rusty Gates
Willy Rott
Doug M. Deep
Y.B. Normal
Chris B. Bacon
Dawn Under
Ima Rottin
Phil Dirt
Perry Noid
Anita Nubody
Gladys Notmee
Cy Yonara
Yule B. Sorree
Ben Aiken
Barry Alive
Ben Dover
Cia N. Hell
Ben Better
Daisy Pusher
Dusty Brains
Cary M. Off
Sue D'Bum
Frank N. Stein
Upton O'Good
Ben M. Balmed
Otto B. Alive
Imus B. Gowen
Seymore Bodeez
Justin Pieces
C.N. Worms
Emma Ghost
Rick Amortis
Will B. Back
C.U. Lader
Ima D. Cayin
Rusty Chain
Dewey Cheatum
Elektra Fried
Myra Mains
Jess Confess
Saul Overnow
I.B. Goode-Now
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Add skeleton bones as if they are half-buried in the dirt.  Consider painting the skeleton bones with glow-in-the-dark spray paint for an additional spooky effect at night.Use a variety of gravestone sizes, just as you'd see in a real cemetery.
Add skeleton bones as if they are half-buried in the dirt.  Consider painting the skeleton bones with glow-in-the-dark spray paint for an additional spooky effect at night.
Add skeleton bones as if they are half-buried in the dirt. Consider painting the skeleton bones with glow-in-the-dark spray paint for an additional spooky effect at night. | Source
Use a variety of gravestone sizes, just as you'd see in a real cemetery.
Use a variety of gravestone sizes, just as you'd see in a real cemetery. | Source

32 New Tombstone Sayings for Halloween

 
 
“Watch this, ya’ll!” / Was his last quote / Bubba did a backflip / And that’s all he wrote
Beneath this stone / Lies Sailor Jim / Discovered too late / That he couldn’t swim
Here rest the bones / Of Old Man Green / He thought he could skip / That flu vaccine
Tho' I rest below, all stale and stiff / I think it's actually YOU I sniff
Here’s all that’s left / Of poor, careless Midge / While texting she drove / Right off of a bridge
In the pine box below / Lies Cousin Pruitt / He swore ‘til the end / That he didn’t do it
I told you I was sick / I told you I was hurt / And now I’m six feet under / Napping in this dirt
This cold grave marks / An adulterous man / Plucked from the tires / Of his wife’s minivan
Made one little blunder / And it put him down under
I’m watching you / As you pass by / Where once you stood so, too, did I
He started the fight / And took a lickin’ / This bully’s gone / And no longer kickin’
He donned a cape / We wondered why / Then jumped from a building / Thinkin' he could fly
Here rots the flesh / Of a greedy gold digger / She swindled him good / So he pulled the trigger
She heeded no warnings and had no fear / Didn’t wear a seatbelt and wound up here
Room for rent / Terrible view / But I’m saving a space just for YOU
She paid her debts and all that was due / Still ended up here, and so shall you
The surgeon slipped, holding his knife / That's the moment when I lost my life
She made but one tiny mistake / Stepped on the gas instead of the brake
He shot for sport / He shot for fun / But met his Maker / While cleaning his gun
My body below / Rests cold and still / And some day, too, yours surely will
He slipped on the floor / Never again stood / Now lies toes-up / In this box made of wood
In the coffin below rests sweet little Mandy / Her blood turned to sugar / From eating so much candy
I caught a cough that I didn’t treat / Now here I rest, obsolete.
He didn’t believe the ice was thin / Ignored all warnings and fell right in
He lied and cheated, but we forgave / Now he rots beneath / In this cold, dark grave
Her corpse lies buried / Six feet down below / All dressed up / But no place to go
Here lies a jaywalker who pushed his luck / Got mowed down by an oncoming truck
She drank, she fought, she cussed / The woman had no shame! / Here lies our dear mama / Remember the old gal's name
In this tomb little Johnny lies / Ran with scissors and lost both eyes
A shot to the heart and he wouldn't stop bleeding / We buried him here while he was still breathing
In the coffin below, I rest my head / I talk to ghosts and keep worms fed
She lost her head, her self-control / Was buried here, an empty soul
Which one is your favorite? Tell us in the Comments Section below!
CAUTION:  TURN BACK NOW!!!  I recycled a corrugated plastic yard sign with inexpensive metal stakes by painting it.
CAUTION: TURN BACK NOW!!! I recycled a corrugated plastic yard sign with inexpensive metal stakes by painting it. | Source

Assembling Your Halloween Graveyard

After your Halloween tombstones have completely dried, insert them in a grouping along with your choice of seasonal accents. This year, I hadn't even gotten all my headstones in the ground yet before I had passersby stop in their cars to hang their heads out of their windows.

After planting my headstones, I added:

  • colorful mums
  • pumpkins
  • a poseable skeleton and additional bones
  • blood-splattered "turn back now" sign
  • lantern with spooky noise effects and
  • solar-powered spotlights

Each year, I try to make my display a little different. Other ideas can be found in the table below.

Use your creativity in setting up graveyard scene.  Mine varies from year to year.
Use your creativity in setting up graveyard scene. Mine varies from year to year. | Source

Happy Halloween!

Complete the Look by Adding Some of These Accents to Your Halloween Graveyard

 
 
 
spider webs
weathered-looking "Keep Out," "Warning: Do Not Enter" or "No Trespassing" sign
pumpkins or jack-o-lanterns
plastic skeletons / zombie or skeleton lawn stakes
broken Barbies or other dolls, suspended by fishing line from tree branches
dried cornstalks
light projector
broken fencing
bale of hay
caution tape
Spanish moss
scary music
fog machine
planted Fall mums and ornamental cabbage
black plastic flowers or cheap plastic daisies (as in "pushing up daisies")

Questions & Answers

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      • FlourishAnyway profile imageAUTHOR

        FlourishAnyway 

        2 weeks ago from USA

        Yves - It does my heart good to know you enjoy this so much. It took some effort, but it was so much FUN (especially with my cats helping me and getting the reactions afterwards) that it was really worth it. Thank you for your kind encouragement! Have a wonderful weekend!

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        Yves 

        2 weeks ago

        What a fun article! Flourish, I love that you and so many others embrace the holidays with so much ZEST!! Honestly, it warms my heart in more ways than you might know. It takes a lot of effort to decorate one's yard just for the mere pleasure of giving joy to others. I adore your efforts. BTW, your graveyard epithets are awesome!!! Thank you for this article....I love it.

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        FlourishAnyway 

        2 weeks ago from USA

        Shauna - As soon as September rolls around I start getting excited, looking forward to Halloween. Thanks for reading. I hope you are doing well.

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        Shauna L Bowling 

        2 weeks ago from Central Florida

        Flourish, you certainly have a sense of humor! You seem to be one who looks forward to Halloween each year. I've been seeing decorations in my neighborhood for a couple of weeks now. Real diehard tricksters!

        You had me chuckling as I read the epitaphs and the deceased's names. Quite clever!

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        FlourishAnyway 

        3 weeks ago from USA

        Mary - That's very kind of you! I'm glad you enjoyed them.

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        Mary Norton 

        3 weeks ago from Ontario, Canada

        These are great ideas. I enjoyed reading the tombstones and the tombstone sayings you have included.

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        FlourishAnyway 

        3 weeks ago from USA

        Linda - I appreciate your kind compliment. I enjoy Halloween about as much as Christmas.

      • FlourishAnyway profile imageAUTHOR

        FlourishAnyway 

        3 weeks ago from USA

        Heidi - Your dogs have a special sense. I'd listen to the dogs! Thanks for reading! Happy Halloween to you too!

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        Linda Crampton 

        3 weeks ago from British Columbia, Canada

        This is a great article, Flourish. I love your creativity! No wonder people stop to look at your Halloween decorations. You've shared some great ideas.

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        Heidi Thorne 

        3 weeks ago from Chicago Area

        We have some creative souls in our neighborhood that make their yards into mini graveyards. Always makes me chuckle (as some of your suggestions did). Weirdly, our dogs get freaked out by some of these displays, and then will quietly walk by others. Guess they know something we don't? :) Happy Halloween season!

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        FlourishAnyway 

        3 weeks ago from USA

        Shannon - Thank you! I love Halloween! Can you tell?

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        Shannon Henry 

        3 weeks ago from Texas

        These are hilarious! Makes me wish that I didn't live in an apartment so that I could create a graveyard.

      • FlourishAnyway profile imageAUTHOR

        FlourishAnyway 

        3 weeks ago from USA

        Frances - Thanks for taking a look. No shame in a single jack o'lantern. You're celebrating!

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        FlourishAnyway 

        3 weeks ago from USA

        Tim, Thanks for taking a look and sharing even though you don't celebrate it yourself. It definitely brings people together with the way they flock to look at them, take photos in front of them, and wave and comment to us on them. Have a wonderful weekend.

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        FlourishAnyway 

        3 weeks ago from USA

        Claudia - If you do this, I'm sure it'll be a big hit! Have a Happy Halloween!

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        FlourishAnyway 

        3 weeks ago from USA

        Bill - That's in honor of my sister's ex-husband. His last name's not Dover and no minivan was involved -- just wishful thinking. Whatever comes of him ain't enough but we'll let Karma take care of it. Thanks for stopping by this weekend!

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        FlourishAnyway 

        3 weeks ago from USA

        Devika - That's too bad that it has faded in your country, as you seem to have enjoyed it very much. It's a big celebration over here in the US, with many adults getting into the act in some way besides just handing out candy. Have a wonderful weekend, and thanks for commenting.

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        Frances Metcalfe 

        3 weeks ago from The Limousin, France

        Hi Flourish. This all makes my lone Hallowe'en pumpkin with a candle inside seem pathetic! What an inventive article.

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        Tim Truzy 

        3 weeks ago from U.S.A.

        superb, Flourish,

        You always put a smile on my face or provide something deep to think about. I love your work. This is great.\

        Although I don't celebrate Halloween, I have friends who do, and often they make these funny tombstones. (

        this I will be sharing.)

        I love the funny names, but more importantly, decorating for holidays can be a fun thing a family can do together. Your ideas can help with this.

        You always do a great job, my friend and writing colleague, ,

        Much respect and admiration,

        Sincerely,

        Tim

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        Claudia Mitchell 

        3 weeks ago

        Love these ideas! My daughter is having a Halloween party in a couple of weeks and we may have to do this!

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        Bill Holland 

        3 weeks ago from Olympia, WA

        The first one, about Dover, had me laughing out loud. I guess he won't be cheating anytime soon. :)

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        Devika Primić 

        3 weeks ago from Dubrovnik, Croatia

        I would love to participate for HALLOWEEN to make it as you have and somewhat different but in Croatia Halloween is not celebrated. In February Croatians celebrate their Halloween. I participated in the event wearing different masks and going door to door like you would do but this has now faded.Not many people do this anymore. Seems like the cultural even is slowly disappearing in most villages.

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        FlourishAnyway 

        3 weeks ago from USA

        Clive - Oh, no! That sounds like an article.

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        FlourishAnyway 

        3 weeks ago from USA

        Deeda - Thank you for the help with sawing them! Flourish

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        Clive Williams 

        3 weeks ago from Jamaica

        I have real graves. One day I may be found.

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        Deeda 

        3 weeks ago

        Good Stuff Flourish, funny, instructive and very creative!

        Deeda

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        FlourishAnyway 

        3 weeks ago from USA

        Linda - Aww, that sure is too bad. It’s tied with Christmastime for me. Such a very enjoyable holiday and so filled with creative opportunities. Thanks for your kind comment. Have a wonderful weekend!

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        FlourishAnyway 

        3 weeks ago from USA

        Pamela, Thank you for your kind comment. I have a whole lot of fun! Have a great weekend!

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        Linda Lum 

        3 weeks ago from Washington State, USA

        Flourish, these are cute and funny but I'm sorry to say that we don't participate in the Halloween "thing". We are Lutherans, and so what you call Halloween, we call Reformation Day. (We still enjoy the Halloween candy though).

        I'm not going to rain on anyone else's parade. You've provided some fun, easy-to-do ideas for those who want to venture onto the dark side.

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        Pamela Oglesby 

        3 weeks ago from Sunny Florida

        Flourish, I love what you have done to your yard for Halloween. That looks like you will have so much fun tof that night. We are not really able to do something like that, but I would have loved to do that when I was a little younger. I think your directions were great.

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