Last-Minute Halloween Decorations that Make a BIG Difference
Smart Last Minute Halloween Decorations
It is not too late to enjoy the beauty and wonder of Halloween! One of our favorite Halloween holiday activities is decorating. Decorating your front lawn is not only a fun way to bond with your family but it is a great way to participate in neighborhood fun, especially during these troubling times. Now that Halloween is right around the corner, here are some last-minute tips that will help you take your Halloween decor to the next level.
We’ve talked a lot about Halloween projections this year! Not only can they be used year-round as portable entertainment centers, but they make the perfect decorations as well. That is because you can create an animated digital window display of whatever you like. Replay your favorite Halloween loops in your window, then change it from spooky to funny in seconds! Projectors have many uses and have proved to be amazing sources of fun and entertainment if you are creative enough.
Easy Pumpkin Art
Jack-o-Lanterns are adorable and a traditional Halloween decoration and activity. However, the actual process of carving a Jack-o-Lantern can be messy, time-consuming, and (depending on your skill) end up a disaster. But, there are many different ways you can decorate a pumpkin without carving it. Here are a few pumpkin decoration ideas that do not require carving.
- Painting your pumpkin
- Gluing leaves, feathers, or knickknacks to your pumpkin
- Using multiple pumpkins to create animals
Get a Creative Door
If you are participating in physical distancing trick-or-treating then you need to have a killer doorway! Decorating your door does not have to be difficult, time-consuming, or overly elaborate. You can put together a terrifying doorway in a matter of minutes. With a little fake spider web, googly eyes, and construction paper! Creating a welcoming doorway is the perfect method of giving your neighbors and trick-or-treaters.
Put Some Caution Tape on Your Garage Door
Your garage door is a great wide open space that is perfect for you to decorate. By simply adding caution tape around your garage door or around your lawn can really set a spooky scene. Use caution tape, fake spider webs, or any other small ornaments on the trees in your yard, your front door, or garage.
Enjoy Halloween 2020 With Yescomusa
- Marc Mendoza