By BiSM1LLah-empiritrage. Halloween Decoration. At Wednesday, January 09th 2019, 07:47:26 AM.
Murals: Let your kids go crazy by painting a huge Halloween mural or banner. Buy a large piece of white cloth or even a white bed sheet and allow them to use paint or markets to create something your can display along your wall or even in your front yard. Allow your kids to be creative or, if your children are still young, outline the words "Happy Halloween" or "Trick or Treat" in big, black letters so that you've created a big coloring book page for them to color.
Halloween Curtain Tie-Backs. To add a spooky touch to your room, add a garland of skeleton heads as tie-backs to your curtains. These garlands are available at most dollar stores and one garland can be cut in half to use on a pair of curtains, you can use another garland across the top for a little added Halloween fun. Candy Bowls. Halloween is all about candy. Display candy corn and other themed candy in bowls for a decorative and tasty touch. Dining Room: turn any October meal into a Halloween party with fun and expected seasonal touches.
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.