By BiSM1LLah-empiritrage. Halloween Decoration. At Tuesday, October 16th 2018, 22:04:17 PM.
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.
One of the elements used in order to make Halloween a uniquely memorable occasion is make-ups and costumes. Pumpkins and Jack-o-Lanterns are one of the symbols of Halloween, so use a large number of carved pumpkins to decorate your Halloween party. Stenciled pumpkins will give the visitors to your party a scary feeling, as will creepy decorations. Hang Halloween magic mirrors at the entrance of your home. Watching people get scared looking at their own terrifying reflections will be quite comic. Use dark decorations like a Halloween beacon with a pumpkin, Halloween clocks, Halloween candle holders, and Halloween wreaths for creepy Halloween parties. Use Halloween flags and banners in front of the party hall.
According to allbusiness.com in 2006, it was reported that typical Americans spend at least $60 on one costume during Halloween. This amount doubles to $120 or more if they have two or kids. Because of the recent economic crisis, it is best to cut down on these unnecessary costs that are not even essential. Yet, you should not forego the fun season with boring or no display.