Forget about a few paper bats and a toilet paper mummy. One Pennsylvania woman turned her home’s entire front entry into a massive Cookie Monster sculpture—and it’s every bit as awesome as you’d imagine.

Lisa Boll, a major Sesame Street fan, transformed her York, PA home into a non-scary Halloween display in honor of the show’s 50th anniversary. Boll reportedly used blue spray paint to turn shrubbery into Cookie Monster’s fur and added giant styrofoam eyes. She also constructed a massive chocolate chip cookie to place near the door (a.k.a. Cookie Monster’s mouth).

The over-the-top door decor is getting plenty of attention. Boll told CBS3 Philly, “It was surprising just how many people get a big kick out of it. It’s good. It’s fun for Halloween and the fact that it’s not a horror thing, it appeals to kids under the age of 3, especially, it’s not scary.”

Now dubbed “The Cookie Monster House,” Boll’s home decor is pure Halloween happiness!

—Erica Loop

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