Looking for a way to get into the October spirit? With the right outdoor Halloween decorations, you’ll be able to make the most of the season!
Many children count down the days until the trick-or-treating season starts. And, with the COVID-19 pandemic, there’s no doubt that many people will be spending this Halloween closer to home. Outdoor Halloween decorations are a fun way to spruce up your yard, and keep the spirit alive no matter how you hand out candy! Whether you make them or buy them, enjoying the neighborhood is half the fun. Be sure to share your ideas for Halloween 2020 on your favorite family app!
While it's fun to decorate, keep in mind that Halloween can be a challenging time of year for kids who are especially sensitive. If you have kids or close neighbors who fall into this category, you might want to consider going for more of a happy harvest type of yard decor, as opposed to decorating with more scary subjects.
Whether it’s your costume or the decorations, getting prepped for Halloween night is one of the best parts of the holiday. Share your DIY Halloween yard decorations on FamilyApp with other families!
There are plenty of places you can buy some of the best outdoor Halloween decorations on any block! If you’re looking for the perfect front yard décor, head to Home Depot or visit their website. They've got something for everyone-- from the subtle to the scary.
Lowe’s is also a great home store to get the Gemmy Crashing Witch. For Halloween fare, few online resources offer as many options as Grandin Road. From window crashing ghosts to pumpkin lights, it’s a great Halloween-centric site! For options to explore near you, make a visit to your local party or dollar store for some creative ideas!
A costume may be one of the most important parts of a happy Halloween, but it’s important not to forget about the decorations. Whether you head to a local store or make your own from scratch, they really set the tone! What are your best Halloween decorations ideas? Share them with other readers in our comments! With the spooky season right around the corner, it’s not too early to start making some DIY decorations.