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Halloween Trick, Hacks, and Treats For Your Home!

Steve Droz

An honest and hardworking realtor with nearly two decades of experience in San Mateo County, Steve is a native of the Chicago area who came to the San...

An honest and hardworking realtor with nearly two decades of experience in San Mateo County, Steve is a native of the Chicago area who came to the San...

Oct 29 2 minutes read

Hosting a Halloween party this year? We've gathered some of the most creative ways to make your party the talk until next spooky season! 

Decorations Around the House

Spiders in your ice cubes- Place one plastic spider in each slot in your ice cube tray before freezing them. These will freak out your party guests, but give them something to rave about while having a drink.

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Pumpkin centerpieces- Replace a flower vase or centerpiece with a hollowed out pumpkin. The pumpkin can be decorated in various ways such as painted, drawn on, or even purchasing one that's already done! This can help decorate your home with some Halloween spirit!

Picture from: 

https://wilmingtonncbeerweek.com/pumpkin-vase.html/diy-pumpkin-decorating-pumpkin-vase

Creepy crawlers- Decorating a mini pumpkin with paint, google eyes, and pipe cleaners are a fun 5-minute activity! That'll spook out those friends afraid of those 8-legged friends!

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https://busybugs.co/wp-content/uploads/blogger/-5L-qygiqZr4/UHXN5v5I7OI/AAAAAAAAINU/9FsC5MLci10/s1600/IMG_0548.JPG

Games/ Activites

Pin the Spider on the Web- We all loved playing "Pin The Tail On The Donkey" when we were young! Who says we can't play it now and with a little twist? Either a make shift game or a store bought one, we had so much fun finding this game for this year!

Picture from: 

https://caravanshoppe.com/products/spooky-kiddies-halloween-pack

Ghost Piñatas- What's a party without a piñata? You'll have the Halloween flare by taking a spooky ghost filled with sweet candy for your excited party comers! 

Picture from: 

https://ohhappyday.com/2013/10/mini-ghost-pinatas-diy/

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