By Verney Ferrari. Halloween Decorations. Published at Tuesday, March 26th, 2019 - 10:25:41 AM.
These are very good additions to any Halloween decoration set up in houses or other party venues. Halloween inflatables are ideal decorations for the front porch, yard or other places inside the house. These are a little less scary than realistic Halloween decorations and more ideal for households with little kids.
Instead of purchasing those costumes, special foods and decorations why not make your Halloween party a do it yourself project. Chances are not only will your party be a huge success but you'll also have more fun when you create everything for your party yourself from your costumes right down to the invitations and decorations. Just think if you were to buy or rent a Halloween costume, you would probably pay $50.00 or more for something really nice. However, by using a few articles from your closet and visiting the dollar store and thrift shop to buy additions such as crazy hats, jewelry and feather boas you can create your own costume for under $10.00. However, the savings doesn't have to stop there. Think of how much you can save on the cost of food for your party by making your own dips and sauces, cup cakes and cookies and other fun foods rather than purchasing them all readymade.
Halloween Decoration Ideas for Outdoors. Putting Halloween decorations outdoors will convert any plain house and front yard into a wonderfully weird and scarily spooky haunted house! If you have a particularly large yard you may want to erect some horrendous Halloween head stones with a dilapidated graveyard gate or similar haunted house scenery. You can finish the whole creepy effect off by dangling spooky skeletons, cob webs, or ghosts from the branches of trees. Or if you live in a condo, or an apartment, then you can always use other types of haunted house decorations such as a frightening warning sign, or mini orange pumpkin lights around the door and windows.
Fake spider webs, gauzy lace, or other hanging decorations should not be placed where people can walk into them or become tangled in them. Halloween costumes are not like regular clothes, and many may have strange projections and be larger than the person wearing them, so be aware of the fact that many of these decorative webs may be caught on clothing, masks, or even the animatronic Halloween decorations. These are not, by any means, the only Halloween props that can be a hazard for people wearing costumes. Halloween decorations such as lit candles are also highly dangerous. This Halloween, consider using battery operated lights or LEDs rather than the traditional candles in your pumpkins.
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