Halloween Décor – Saving Up on Spooky Decorations
Now that Halloween is fast approaching, many of us are getting ready to decorate our homes to make it look scary and creepy. Since the holiday season is fast approaching, most of us are looking for ways to cut back and save. Dressing us your home doesn’t have to cost a lot. There are a few things that you can do to make your home took spooktacular without breaking the bank. Here are a few tips.
Use what you already have If you have lights installed outside your house, then maximize these and try to find a way to use them. The easiest way to turn you regular old outdoor lighting to something spooky is by using colored films. You can place these films on top of your LED light bulbs to change the color. Another light source that you can use are your Christmas lights. You can position them near the window and make them look like eyes peeping out.
Stick with basic pieces If you’re planning to buy new decorations and lights, try to get the ones that you can use over and over again. Also consider getting some pieces that you can use for different holidays. For example, you can get a plastic pumpkin for Halloween, make it look like a Jack-o'-lantern and then reuse it for thanksgiving as a table centerpiece. Just remember to get basic decorative items and lights.
Use energy saving bulbs Energy friendly bulbs such as LEDs are the best way to go when it comes to lights. They don’t use as much energy when turned on and they last longer than common bulbs so you can use for a long time. Check your local hardware store or go online to find the right bulbs for your decoration. Questions? Comments? Feel free to contact our customer support hotline.