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It's to time for some outdoor spooks!

Well well well, it's that time again. BOO! It's Halloween baby!
Paired with the cold season also approaching, this is the best timing to spookify your place!



This season is just full of fun and spookiness be it with your friends or your loved ones. One of the best ways to spend Spooktober is to set up a backyard spooky party with pumpkin pies and bonfires!
But you can still spice it up and boy do we have a few things in mind!

Flying Ghosts


Fill your trees or front porch with free-flying ghosts. Made inexpensively from balloons and gauze fabric, these little Caspers catch the wind to add movement to your outdoor decor.

Eyeball Wreath

Add a little Cruella Deville style to your front door by wrapping a black feather boa around a wreath form then adorning it with some bloodshot eyeballs.

Window Silhouettes

This is more of an indoor/outdoor decoration. Cut out popular Halloween shapes in black paper and adhere them to your windows. When the indoor lights are lit, the shapes will come to life.

Bloody Footprints

Lead trick-or-treaters to your door with a trail of bloody footprints. Simply step into washable red paint with bare feet, then carefully walk towards the front door. Make sure to carry your paint supply with you, should you need to redo your feet, and don't forget to have a towel waiting for you at the end of your walk for easy cleanup. 

Glowing Eyes Hiding in the Bushes

These spooky eyes are reminiscent of every Scooby Doo episode ever made. They're extremely easy to make, simply cut the eye shapes out of paper towel rolls then place a plastic glow stick inside. Tuck a few sets of eyes in bushes around your front walkway to give the trick-or-treaters a little fright.


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