Dust off all the cute decorative items from your house because it’s HALLOWEEN TIME. Yay! The count down to Halloween has already begun but sadly, most of us are clueless about the decorations. Oh no.
Well, there are a lot of things that you are supposed to do from carving pumpkins, purchasing candies, planing your outfit to decorating your house. Aah! It only sounds so tiring. How are you going to do everything?
If you don’t want to take down the spirit of the holiday season, you can take some inspiration from the Halloween decorations that we have mentioned below. The ideas that we have found can easily turn your home into a spooky mansion. It’s all up to you. If you want, you can take or leave these ideas. But it is sure that you are going to like ‘em all.
So, what are you waiting for? Scroll down and give a scary touch to your home sweet home this holiday season.
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To know more about Halloween, we talked to Bannatyne, a Halloween expert. She said “Halloween’s never been dark for me. If anything, Halloween has always brought a little light to the darkness.”
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“We impersonate the things we’re scared of or try to meet them face to face in a haunted attraction or cornfield. I heard Joe Hill once talk about his horror writing, saying: ‘You kick the darkness until it bleeds light.’ That’s how I think of Halloween,” she explained.
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“Two thousand years ago, people in northwestern Europe gathered together, brought their animals to the shelter, and prepared for the deathly, dangerous season of cold and dark.
“Today, in parts of the country [the United States] that have a cold season, Halloween’s the last outdoor hurrah, a big blast of fun, like opening the fireplugs one last time before we go back inside and wait for spring.”