Saturday, July 30, 2011

Perfect Halloween House Decorating!

Halloween provides a wonderful opportunity to turn your ordinary run-of-the-mill house into a haunted hut that even the Undead would be on edge to enter! You can create this transformation by using various Halloween themed decorations and increase the reality with adding special effects like the addition of scary sounds and fog machines! You can make your rooftops creepy with the use of spider webs; you can make your jack-o'-lanterns grimacing and scary, and you can even use decorations which represent ghosts, ghouls, witches, goblins, etc.

It is not always the amount of decorations, but how you use them that create a believable 'haunted house' theme and the feel of horror and dread for would-be trick-or-treaters! With some themed props and decorations you can do even a minimal amount of work to give a terrifying look to your house!

Just to give you an idea, Halloween decorations are not the only ways you can add a spook-rific haunted theme to your house and Halloween party. To add even more to the horror, serve some really frightening foods to your guests that will leave them spellbound. Of course setting up some CDs to pump some ghoulish fun and frightening music, sounds and screams will leave your guests shuddering with fear!

1. Outdoor decorations: With properly laid out decorations, you can turn your plain average neighborhood house into a haunted house into the haunted Halloween envy of your neighborhood. If you are fortunate enough to have a large garden or lawn at the back of your house, you can transform it into a frightful themed graveyard. All you need to create your Halloween masterpiece are some tombstones, ghosts, ghouls, cobwebs, and skeletons that can be hung from the trees and layed out around the tombstones.

To add to the effect try to use a creepy and scary looking gate as the entrance and enhance with some scary nightmare sound effects and fog machines. If you don't have a garden or lawn to deck out, there is no need to be disappointed; you can use other Halloween props such as orange-colored Halloween lights and Halloween signs to create an equally eerie atmosphere!

2. Indoor decorations: You should not only scare your visitors outside your home, but continue your frightful theme inside as well! In fact, your house should be decorated in a way that your guests become frightened the moment they instead your dreadfully haunted house.

You don't need to spend a lot of money or time on this. Use minimal Halloween decorations such as ghosts, goblins, ghouls, etc. and decorate your house with them in a way that they all seem to be floating around! You can compliment it by creating dark corridors with the help of black or orange lights, some creepy Halloween special effects, and top it off with some frightful, yet fun Halloween foods to make your Halloween party complete.

Get Your Spooky Scare On...!

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