3 things to get into the spirit of the season
Halloween is only two days away, and as a favorite holiday for many adults and children alike, you must finish off your preparations to ensure the ultimate chilling experience on the day of. After all, there are no festive autumnal activities that are quite as enjoyable as the spooky season. So, whether your weekend consists of family-friendly crafts, costume tuneups, or baking, we guarantee that your spirit will be inspired with chilling apparitions in mind.
Plan a devilish celebration
Whether you want to plan an on-theme Halloween party or prefer the realm of ritual sacrifice, as a horror lover, your celebration doesn’t need to only be a one-day affair. With the right spooky Halloween decorations, you can outfit your crypt with all the needed details to get into the spirit of the season. Aside from making snacks that are otherworldly, you can also use props to disguise your devilish food station. Since the sky is the limit, be sure to pick some frightening tunes to provide the perfect eerie ambiance. Songs like Bobby Pickett’s “Monster Mash” or Alice Cooper’s “Feed My Frankenstein” will be the ultimate additions to your playlist and for added entertainment, play some party games like pin the leg on the spider or fiddle with a ouija board before enjoying a blast from your childhood by bobbing for some apples.
Scream excitement with pumpkins galore
If you’re feeling festive, chances are that you’ve made your way to the pumpkin patch this year. Whether you cape your home with gourds and squash, carve the most frightening jack-o-lanterns, or simply draw a ghoulish design to cut down on the work, pumpkins are a symbol of the season.
Add a twist to your food and beverages
Like all holidays, the fall season is heavily influenced by delicious food and beverages that are made using pumpkins, apples, and a large supply of candy. One of the best ways to get excited about Halloween is to spend the weekend leading up to it indulging in delicious treats that assist in celebrating. Whether you sip some apple cider, munch on a pumpkin scone, or taste test some baked sugar cookies cut in the shape of witches and cauldrons, it’s easy to feel spirited when your belly is full.
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