Creative Ways to Make This Year’s Halloween Extra Spooky

Halloween is coming soon, and the festivities are in full swing. It’s time to put the final touches on your costume, stock up on candy and have some Halloween fun – whether its pumpkin patches and corn mazes, or trick-or-treating and haunted houses.

Looking for ways to make this year’s Halloween the best ever? Here are four spooktacular ideas:

Create your own haunted house: Take your Halloween fun to the next level by turning your house into a haunted house. Hang some cobwebs, create a fake cemetery in your yard and play some eerie music. You can even use your Touchjet Pond Projector™ to project spooky images on your porch or the side of your house. Your spooky shack will be a hit with trick-or-treaters!

Share spooky treats: Get into the holiday spirit with Halloween-themed treats. Whether you want creepy or cute treats, festive recipes are guaranteed crowd-pleasers. They are the perfect addition to any Halloween party. Everything from cat cupcakes and Frankenstein marshmallows to mummy truffles and jack-o-lantern cookies. Our favorite? Better Home and Gardens’ easy pumpkin cupcakes. They’re quick, cute and — from what we hear — delicious.

Halloween movie marathon: The easiest way to make your Halloween extra creepy? Have a scary movie marathon. With the numerous Halloween classics out there, your options are endless. Not sure what to watch? Try the frightening “Halloween” series — or if you’re having a night in with the kids, watch the kid’s classic, “Halloweentown.” All you need is your friends, family and a Touchjet Pond for a spooky night that’s sure to entertain everyone.

Get crafty: Show off your crafty side with some Halloween DIYs. Make your own costume and decorations. Create mummy mason jars, creepy critter garland or a paper plate skeleton to make your house a one-of-a-kind Halloween extravaganza. Let’s not forget the most important Halloween craft: pumpkin carving! Grab a pumpkin and a craving knife, and give your jack-o-lantern a perfectly spooky face.

What’s your favorite spooky Halloween activity? Tell us in the comments below.

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