Decorating Your Home for Halloween
Halloween is just around the corner so it’s time to bring out your ghosts and goblins! You can have such fun decorating for Halloween whether you want to go crazy and have your whole yard and home decked out or if you want to do a few subtle hints of fall. Either way, decorating your Crestone Ridge home is a great idea for the upcoming season. Here are a few ideas for you to use to decorate your home this Halloween.
Pumpkins are a natural part of this time of year. Whether you choose to carve them into scary jack-o-lanterns or you keep them solid and have all different colors, they are a great accent to your home. Put them on your front porch area to welcome in guests or set them in your kitchen on the bar or island to add an accent of fall to the inside. Spray paint them instead of carving them to make them last a lot longer or you can even buy plastic pumpkins from your local craft store to reuse year after year.
Hang a Wreath
This is a fun DIY project you can do with the whole family. Go to your nearby hobby or craft store and pick up a few items to make a cute wreath to adorn the front door. You can pick out scary items such as skeletons and googly eyes for a Halloween look. You can also choose to go with a more neutral fall look instead so that it will go throughout the entire season.
Another cute accent for your Crestone Ridge home this Halloween is to put spider webs around the outside. You can place them in the bushes adorning the front of your home and add some creepy crawly spiders in the mix as well. Put them on the front door area so that your guests must walk by them as they enter your home.
Don’t forget your local stores have some amazing window clings to add to your Halloween motif. You can choose from the cute child-friendly look of pumpkins and ghosts or you can go a little creepier with the darker window clings available.
Decorating your Crestone Ride home this Halloween has never been easier with these easy to do ideas. Whether you DIY your decorations or simply run to your local store, you can have the cutest, or scariest, house on the block to welcome trick or treaters!