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Originally published October 8, 2021. Updated on October 3, 2022.
Do you like to decorate your home — inside and out — for Halloween? We don’t
However, my parents — actually my dad — used to decorate our home when I was a kid. He would set up objects to try to get a jump scare from the trick-or-treaters. He didn’t buy decorations but he would try to make something from the things around the house. I think my mother would have liked to have some of the decorations posted below instead of the bedsheet ghosts that my dad wired to fly around our house.
She was a good sport about it though!
These decorations are all indoor-based and would be perfect if you were to have some kind of function at home (or on Zoom)!
This is such a cute mantel piece. A little creepy but not too scary!
These sneaky pumpkins would go great on an internal door.
This witch needs a driving license review! This decoration can be used either indoors or outdoors — just wrap around or hang anywhere that the witch may have crashed.
These cauldrons are perfect for either Halloween decorations or to hold Halloween treats (wrapped treats of course) during your Halloween gathering.
These decorative terry towels can serve 2 purposes. They can help keep your kitchen clean as you make your Halloween treats and can help create a festive atmosphere in your space. There are other patterns available too.
These lighted ghost lanterns are sure to be a hit with both kids and adults alike..
This two-sided sign can let the trick-or-treaters know if there’s candy available at your house.
Create a cemetery scene in your yard with this kit. Headstones are not included but a set can be found here: Foam Gray/White Tombstone Decorative Halloween Prop
Who knew Darth Vader had a sense of humor?
Hang them in a tree. Hang them from your porch. The options are endless!
This spiderweb is 200 inches in size, and the spider is 59 inches. This decoration will be the talk of all of your neighbors!
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*This post is just about costume ideas. I am not suggesting that you and your family go trick-or-treating or have any parties. Following the safety rules of the CDC or of your local jurisdiction is the most important.