Socially Distanced Halloween

Some of the best parts of Halloween are canceled this year due to the pandemic — like trick-or-treating and in-person costume parties — but, decorating your house, apartment, or yard  is a safe alternative to those higher-risk activities. And being stuck at home is as good a reason as any to step it up a notch from the usual crazy inflatables and cheap cobwebs. To help you find the best Halloween lights, yard decorations, props, turning your home into a haunted house, both inside and out. I have given a few tips of spooky, décor for sale online.

Best cobwebs and Lighting

Creepy Cloth, which is basically loosely woven, cheesecloth like material that you can drape over lamps, doorways, and furniture or even use as a backdrop for your virtual Halloween zoom gatherings!

Lighting  is another easy way to create a spooky atmosphere, both indoors and out. “Darkness can play at an advantage. When it comes to creating dimmer lighting indoors — even if it’s just for the benefit and fright of immediate members of your household — all you need to do is replace your regular bulbs with super-low-watt versions, or colored light bulbs, such as purple or orange.

Cost-effective Halloween props

The best deal, however, is probably the skeletons, which are durable and attractive. It can be lightweight and it accepts paint, it’s easy to add things to it. You can dress them up, and it doesn’t take a whole lot to stand them up.  If you want to spook out your patio or covered porch, check out Zombie or Skull 3D printed planters at Flymeawaycreations Shop where these fun planters are small but can creep out any space by adding fun succulents, cacti, or mum flowers to them. Also you can’t forget pumpkins, you can create spooky jack o lanterns by carving a creative face or a spooky scene. If you are not the best carver, then Flymeawaycreations Etsy Shop has cute mini Jack o lanterns that are 3D printed and work great next to the front door with fun Halloween décor. Also the Shop has solid 3D printed white and black glittery pumpkins to choose from.

There’s a Halloween decorating style for everyone and you can find any of these fun items on online shops like Etsy, Amazon, or even Target!

Fun Lighting for the yard or patio!
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I am a mother, wife, and artist. My true passions are art,environmental awareness, and gardening. I have an Etsy shop where you can find my products are all designed and created by me,help of my computer program, and my 3D printer creating a one of a kind design for your home or office.I am inspired by nature every day and being blessed by living near the ocean gives me the opportunity to find inspiration to bring into my shop and my blog posts.I try to be creative in my designs and I love sharing tips and new ideas in my blogs.

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