Welcome to at-home Halloween! This is the time of year when we decorate our homes for a spooky, festive atmosphere. If you’re hosting at home this evening, here are some tips on how to make it a Scary Night Adventure:
-Boo at the door: Make a scary face at your front door. This can be done with simple things around home, like toilet paper or newspaper strewn across the floor and tape on the walkway.
-Halloween treats: Try out some new Halloween themed trail snacks like pretzel, trail mix or chocolate for this year! Whether you’re going for something spooky to munch on while watching a scary movie, or making a party tray of ghoulish goodies for friends and family of all ages - there are plenty of options at every price point.
-Scary movies: There is nothing more iconic than these old school ghouls from our childhoods coming back to put us in an even scarier mood tonight! If you don’t have a scary movie marathon planned, at least check out some of these newer options to suit all types at the Halloween celebration.
-Halloween games: The best part about at-home festivities is that you can play whatever game tickles your fancy! From classic kids party games like musical chairs or pin the tail on the donkey, to something a bit more adult-centered with bingo cards for an evening full of spooky fun - there are plenty of ways to make this Scary Night Adventure come alive in every corner.
-Scary costumes: If you’re hosting at home tonight and have friends coming around don’t forget that everyone loves dressing up for Halloween! Whether people bring along their own ideas or they go as simple as dressing up as their favorite horror movie character or something more daring - at least make sure you’re dressed to impress, too!
-At home party: This is an excellent opportunity to bring everyone together for a night of at-home Halloween fun. Whether your guests want to eat dinner here and then take off into the evening or stick around all night playing games and watching scary movies – this can be one Scary Night Adventure after another with family and friends at your place.
-Scary decoration: If at home is the only option for you tonight, don’t worry! You still have plenty of time to get your house in order with some spooky Halloween décor. With just a few simple touches around each room, at least one corner can be transformed into an eerie environment perfect for this Scary Night Adventure.
-Halloween party games: The best way to keep at-home guests entertained on your Scary Night Adventure is by hosting some fun halloween themed games like bobbing for apples or carving pumpkins (if it’s not too late). While these might seem like kid activities they are quite popular among adults as well - what better way to spend Halloweek at at-home than with a few old fashioned Halloween games?
-Scary crafts: If you’re looking to impress your at-home guests this evening, try throwing together some spooky counters by hand. This can include coloring pages or pumpkin stencils for carving - there are plenty of options at every age level and skill set.
There is no need to brave the cold weather tonight when we have at-home Scary Night Fun! Try out these tips and tricks on how to make it an all night adventure – we promise that everyone will love seeing what kind of treats you come up with!