|We added cobwebs to the outside of the house which made it look totally spooky!|
A pack of Halloween cobwebs with plastic spiders is so inexpensive! You can pull, rip, and twist the material to fit any shape or size! Not to mention, a little goes a LONG way!
|I love our amazing mantle that my dad put together. A glowing jack-o-lantern & skeleton lights!|
Lighting always adds great ambiance to any room or to the outside of your house. Whether it's a sting of light-up skeletons, strobe lights or black lights, you can usually find spooky lighting for cheap. Plus, it should last you throughout the next couple of years!
|Photo originally from teacupsandcouture.com|
This is by far my absolute favorite decoration that always scares at least a few party-goers. Just Google something like "creepy portraits" and print out your favorites. Then replace your picture frames around the house with these! I guarantee you that people will stop to look at your family photos, only to jump back in surprise!
Music is a must for this season! So playing some themed tunes in the background will definitely set the mood. Lucky for you, I created a Halloween Playlist last year for exactly this reason. So check out my post with the playlist and enjoy some spooktacular classics!
|Photo originally from Littlewoods Ireland Blog|
This is one of the easiest and cutest Halloween decorations. Plus, it's a perfect activity to do with kids! Just ball up a tissue (or use a lollipop if you want to give these out as goodies) and drape another tissue over the ball. Secure with a string, draw some eyes and voila- you've got a ghost that you can hang from the ceiling! Can't get much cheaper or easier than that!
|Isn't our candy dish so creepy?! He makes noises and moves his eyes too!|
When in doubt, just make sure you have a lot of candy! At Halloween, sweets and treats are definitely people-pleasers, so a bowl with a wide variety will ensure that you're guests leave happy and in the Halloween spirit!
How do you celebrate Halloween?