Scarecrows for Halloween

Think Outside has launched decorative garden scarecrows for Halloween sales in garden centres.


‘Boo the Scarecrow’ is available in a small and large sculpture and joins the ee-i-ee-i-o collection.

The sculptures are made from recycled 44 gallon drums, with rustic hessian sack pant detail.

Aaron Jackson, the designer and owner of Think Outside, said: "Boo the Scarecrow makes a great addition to the garden or home, especially for Halloween, and can be brought out year after year, to add a stylish spooky touch."


The RRP of Boo the Scarecrow Small is £182.60 and £235.40

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