It’s that time of the year where we can dress our homes with the creepiest, scariest — and even the cutest — Halloween décor!
When we talk about ghosts, entities, and even zombies, we can’t help but feel scared but once a year, they are the center of attention! Halloween wouldn’t be complete without some good costumes and trick or treat events. Can you still remember your first Halloween costume? Did you grow up with parents who would dress up your house so you can feel the Halloween vibe?
We have to give it up for all those people who took time, effort, and gave their all in making these amazing decorations possible.
These DIY Halloween creations that we’ve found are the best of the best and are all considered winners!
From monster houses to a front lawn full of zombies, we’d definitely enjoy these great ideas!
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Successful decorations are those that make you stop in your tracks and do a double-take. Whether it’s a giant dragon, a massive guillotine, or a ‘body’ trapped underneath a garage door, we can’t help ourselves being fascinated by what’s gory and unexpected. We just wish we thought of some of these ourselves.
“Halloween’s never been dark for me. If anything, Halloween has always brought a little light to the darkness,” Bannatyne proclaimed.
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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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Bannatyne went into detail about the essence of what Halloween is all about: “At its core, Halloween was a warning.
“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.”