Halloween decoration ideas
It is a holiday celebrated each year on October 31, and Halloween 2020 will occur on Saturday, October 31. The tradition originated with the ancient Celtic festival of Samhain, when people would light bonfires and wear costumes to ward off ghosts.
It is all about haunted houses, black cats, ravens, bats, pumpkin, ghosts, witches, and goblins. It’s a fun time of year, whether you are an adult or a kid. What I like most about this freaky occasion is the opportunity to decorate my backyard with a spooky appeal.
I do this every year with my all heart, as I enjoy scaring people and laughing at their timid expressions. There are literally hundreds of creative and fun ideas to turn your backyard into a haunted gardenDecorating your yard, front porch, front door and windows is essential because these are the first things that your guests and trick-or-treaters will see.
Silhouettes are an easy decoration for any window. They are usually in black color to be well seen in the darkness, can be also glowing to look more spooky. You can buy them or easily make them yourself cutting them of paper or cardboard, that’s very simple!
You can create whole haunted scenes or scenes from your favorite scary movies. Witches, black cats, jack-o-lanterns, spiders, ghosts and skeletons are a great idea, just cut them out and attach. Invite your kids to participate and have fun together!
It’s not normal to see skulls and skeletons around your home, but for Halloween, we do it willingly. There are hundreds of skull and skeleton Halloween props available in the market and they are the perfect decorations to create a frightening decor.
There are plenty of ways to display skulls and skeletons, you just need to think creatively. Imagine a skeleton crawling up to the roof of your home? It would surely look terrifying, wouldn’t it?
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