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Get Your Home Halloween Ready

Have you had a busy week with no time to plan for Halloween? Don’t worry… We’ve got your back.

With this year’s Halloween being slightly different to usual, there’s no reason you can’t still get in the spirit and decorate your home. We’re going to share a few ideas on how you can embrace spooky season and have fun trying your hand at some crafty Halloween themed DIY.

Halloween Wreaths

A simple yet stunning addition to give your home the spooky touch.  Why not have a go at making your own? The beauty of creating your own wreath is its versatility. You have the opportunity to really make this decoration your own by using scraps of fabric, ribbon, tulle or even foliage from the garden.

Photo: @williamssonoma

Spooky Halloween Cookies

Are you looking for ways to entertain your children due to trick or treating being cancelled? We have an excellent solution for you! Have a go at baking some spooky Halloween cookies. Not only will the children have fun decorating the cookies, but they will also get a sweet treat at the end. Click here for one of our favourite recipes.

Picture: Mari Williams

Pumpkin Carving

A classic Halloween past time. Pumpkin carving is a great way to let your imagination run wild. If you struggle for ideas, refer to Pinterest images to be inspired. You could put a modern twist on an age-old tradition by painting your pumpkin, or even turning it into a vase! Remember, you can use your pumpkin pulp to make cakes. A great way to reduce waste!

Picture: @h2obungalow

Pumpkin Bunching

Grab a selection of pumpkins in different sizes, even different colours if you desire! Bunch them together on your fireplace or front garden for a quick, yet impact-full solution to get your home Halloween ready.

Picture: @chasingdaisies

One For The Kids

Recycle your old tin cans and turn them into decorations. Thoroughly check the cans for sharp edges before allowing children to decorate them. Paint an orange base layer, wait for it to dry and then simply paint on your eyes as though it is a pumpkin. There you have a spooky pumpkin-themed tealight holder. A sure-fire way to keep your children entertained.

Picture: @artsycraftsymom

For more Halloween inspiration, click here to visit our Pinterest.

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