Everyone uses pumpkins and orange lights during Halloween, but that doesn’t mean that you can’t find unique Halloween decorations to use both inside and outside of your home.
Sick of seeing every house on the street put up the “crashed witches” or huge garbage bag pumpkins? Here are some ideas to keep your neighbors talking about your neat decoration ideas!
Masks: Masks don’t have to just be for your face-they can be some great Halloween decorations as well! Try lining and entryway with scary masks or even hanging one on your front door. This can also be an inexpensive way to decorate, since you’ve probably collected a number of masks over the years. Put a mask on your scarecrow, on your garden features like statues, and even your kids’ dolls. If you’ll be using the masks outdoors, make sure that they are weatherproof.
Glass vases: You can fill glass vases with almost anything! Orange, red, brown, and gold are the traditional colors of fall, and you can use strictly black and orange right around Halloween if you wish. Try filling vases with colored leaves, marbles, or orange and black candies. If you want to really get gruesome, you can also use unusual things like plastic bugs!
Spider webs: Most people use the fake spider webs outside, but they’ll last longer inside as well. The added bonus? It’s OK if they get a little dusty! Spider webs are supposed to be spooky, so put away your cleaning products for a few weeks! Make sure that you spray your spider webs with repellent to deter any live inhabitants from making a home! If you want a less scary, try spraying the webs with spray glitter for a pretty touch.