Fans of "Sesame Street" are in for one monster of a treat.
One Pennsylvania woman is giving her trick-or-treating neighbors -- and "Sesame Street" fans -- one monster of a surprise this Halloween.
Lisa Boll of York Township decorated her front stoop in homage to the beloved blue Cookie Monster from the popular children's television program.
"It's fun for Halloween and it's not a horror thing, so it appeals to kids under the age of 3. Especially 'cause it's not scary," Lisa explained to WHTM.
Using vines, blue spray paint and lots of love, Boll crafted a massive Cookie Monster design stretching from the top of her roof to the pathway at her porch, where only the brave will pass through the monster's mouth to get to the front door.
Styrofoam was used to make the gigantic off-center eyes, while a faux half-eaten cookie was perched just inside Cookie Monster's mouth.
The whimsical creation has completely charmed the neighborhood -- as it should -- and made Lisa's artistry the talk of the town.
"It was surprising how many people get a big kick out of it,” Lisa said, noting community members often stop to take a picture of the amazing display with their children.
Lisa was inspired after being a lifelong fan of "Sesame Street" and chose the incredible Cook Monster display to help commemorate its 50th Anniversary.
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