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Halloween Decorations to Make Your House Look Spooky

Halloween is just around the corner and if you’re in the mood to scare your neighbors and your family members with terrifying decorations, it’s not too late to implement bloodcurdling pieces! If you don’t have a budget to buy Halloween decorations you can always head to the dollar store and be creative with what is available there, such as fake spiders and spider web that will cover your entire home with spooky Halloween elements. However, if you set aside some money to spend on some innovative Halloween props, here are some ideas to get you started!

Start with Your Interior –

Before adding props and spooky pieces to your exterior, start with your interior. Head to stores like Target and pick up towels and soap that have a Halloween theme. Look for blood dripping candles or better yet do a DIY project and add red to your candlesticks instead of spending the money! There’s also color changing pathway ghosts, giant spiders, and hanging werewolves that will make your home come alive with spooky decorations.

If you have an aquarium in your interior there are small plastic ghosts and goblins that you can place at the bottom of the tank and don’t forget about a fish tank stand to prop up your aquarium so that it will stand out in a room! You also can cover the tank with spider webs, which will add to the Halloween ambiance. Pretty soon you’ll have a scary interior full of spooky props that will certainly stand out and scare your family members and guests at every turn.

Outdoor Decorations

Now it’s time to revamp the outside of your home. There are large gothic tombstones that can sit on the outside of your front door, scaring the trick or treaters whenever they drop by to stock up on candy. Of course there is also a zombie sign, witch props, and spider webs that you can drape over your outdoor chilling Halloween decorations. Allow your imagination to take wing and decorate to your heart’s content. Smile with gladness when your friends take notice and your family will certainly be glad that you made the small changes – now you can celebrate Halloween in style, pure terror and delight!

Sierra is a freelance writer and owner of Paige One. She enjoys decorating for many holidays, especially Halloween.


DISCLAIMER: This is a paid post. All opinions are not my own and are that of Paige One.

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  1. It's always fun to get new ideas for spooky decorations. Halloween is one of my favorite holidays and I love to decorate for it. Unfortunately this year my spiders are getting wet from all the rain.

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  2. Halloween is my favorite time of the year. I really love decorating our house and displaying those spooky Halloween decorations that neighbors and kids will be freaked out! LOL. Nice ideas... Thanks for sharing..

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