Halloween Decor Essentials for a Spooktacular Season

My kids love any reason to decorate and celebrate, plus with a Halloween birthday, we’re always searching for extra ways to celebrate some Halloween fun. Here are my Halloween decor must haves:

Carved Pumpkin Orange Light – Carving a pumpkin is a staple Halloween season activity. This battery operated dome light makes lighting a pumpkin safe, even for the smallest of kids. The light flickers as a candle would, has the capability to be set on a timer, and is remote controlled.

Felt Pumpkin Witch – An interactive toddler friendly decorating idea that can be done over and over again. Not only is this a touch of indoor decor, it’s also an activity to keep kids busy.

Pumpkin Pancake Maker – Another simple and affordable memory for even the smallest children and adds just enough spooky fun at breakfast. Also comes in skeleton and spiderweb forms.

3D Bat Decals – This indoor decor is easy to install and can be put just about anywhere. An alternative option is 3D spiders.

Spiderweb Mantle Scarf – It’s large enough to drape over the whole mantle. Spooky enough to add a little Halloween vibe without scaring small children.

Prelit Outdoor Pumpkin – These plastic carved jack-o-lanterns are perfect to decorate your house or yard early in the season without worrying about pumpkins rotting. There are even teal options.

Posable Skeleton – Use the skeleton to pose in your yard (can even change the location for extra fun), waving from a chair or to hold the bowl of Halloween Candy so you can trick or treat with the family.

Cauldron Serving Bowls – Perfect for hosting your next Halloween Party or Hocus Pocus watch.

Color Changing Light – Use the adjustable features to set the mood for Halloween. Orange and Green or Purple and Black. The options are endless. These can even be added to your wagon on the night of trick or treating.

What are your Halloween Must Haves?

Emily is a dual citizen, residing in Lafayette, Louisiana, yet a temporary visitor in her other residency of Germany. She is a wife of four years and full time working mother to two kids: a 2.5 year old girl (C) and 5 month old boy (H). Having graduated from LSU with her bachelors, she continued her education by getting her Masters in Business Administration from UL. Working in management in retail, her schedule frequently varies and consists of unusual hours, but she embraces that as extra time with her children. While off the clock, Emily pours herself a cup of decaf coffee, plays in a room filled with toddler toys, teaches her children German, and attempts to be a scrunchy Montessori inspired mama with goals of raising independent children.

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