Halloween Lights

It’s that time of the year where witches get on their brooms and fly into the moonlit sky. When little ghouls and goblins knock on your door and ask for treats or they might trick you. Halloween is fast approaching and everyone is getting into the mood by decorating their homes with jack o’ lanterns and ghosts. You don’t have to spend a lot to decorate your home for Halloween. After all it’s just for one night. Here are a few tips to help you create that spooky look for less. 

Dummy Scarecrow This takes a bit of time to make, but it’s worth it. You can make a dummy out of paper and recyclable materials, put some clothes on it and place it out on your porch. Place red LEDs for its eyes to make it look scary. If you really want to get into the scaring, dress yourself up as a scarecrow, sit still and wait outside for the kids to come for trick or treat. You can give them a little fight by standing up before giving them candy. 

Ghost lights Make little ghost cut-outs with paper and place them over your old Christmas lights. You’ll be using these soon anyway so might as well take them out. Think mini ghost lanterns that you can place around your window or on top of the door. Go online and look for ghost patters and print them. You can also use scraps of while fabric to give them a more “flowy” look. 

Eyes looking out For this, you just need a black cloth and some battery powered LED bulbs. Place the black cloth over the window like a curtain and make sure you straighten it out. It shouldn’t have any creases and fold. This blocks any light from the inside of the house from peeking through. Then, position the LEDs to make them look like eyes looking out from the window. For inquiries and questions, contact our customer support hotline.  

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