Even if you’ve outgrown your Halloween costumes and can’t put away those fun-size candy bars like you used to, grown-ups can totally rock Halloween. Because, maybe you don’t get to wander from house to house begging for treats, but you’ve got something even better. You’ve got your very own home to deck out in as much Halloween as you can handle. The possibilities are endless. Here are just a few suggestions for you...
You could commandeer your house with pirates.
You can bring out your dead onto your front lawn.
You could turn your town into Jack Skellington’s Halloween Town.
You should definitely have a daytime look and a nighttime look.
You could scare away your house spiders with an even bigger spider.
You could build your own Treehouse of Horrors.
You can ruin a childhood or two.
You can fight zombies and never even have to leave the house.
Add some holiday cheer with this porch decoration.
You can listen to the pitter-patter of zombie babies.
You can be something strange in your neighborhood.
You can turn your address into Area 51, Roswell, New Mexico.
You can greet the neighbors on their way home.
Why not add a splash of color with some terrifying clowns?
You can go Halloween caroling with a choir of the dead.
You could reserve parking for Hearses only.
Why not fly a ghost kite around the neighborhood?
Be sure to get security clearance for your family and houseguests.
Turn the house into a monster.
Make sure you make the neighbors feel welcome.
It’s always a party in here. And, what says party more than clowns?
You can give the kids a good science education.
Place this sensor under your doormat and wait.