There are all sorts of hair-raising things you can do to the inside and outside of your house to make it look a spooktacular sight, including several batty ideas too.
Here are the gory details…
No Halloween-inspired home should be without some jack-o’-lanterns, better known as those pumpkins you see that have been carved to create some sort of scary facial features, illuminated by a tealight or two inside.
Pumpkin carving is something that the whole family can get involved in to see who can produce the most petrifying pumpkin. There are hundreds of FREE pumpkin carving patterns online if you’re struggling to come up with your own.
Once they’re all done, display them in the window or put them in the porch to give guests the chilliest of welcomes.
You don’t need a big budget to give your home a bloodcurdling feel. Some simple, inexpensive wall and window stickers can do the trick.
There are some great examples on Not On The High Street including scary skeletons, ghoulish ghosts and shriek-inducing spiders.
Just make sure that they’re easily removed once Halloween has finished, otherwise you run the risk of having a haunted home!
If you have a garden, make use of it!
A ground breaker decoration will transform it into your own personal graveyard as all you’ll see are a head and/or arms breaking through the grass. They could be accompanied with some inflatable headstones if you want to send a little shiver down the spine of anyone that sets eyes on the place over Halloween.
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