Americans LOVE Halloween! Each year we spend over $9 Billion on costumes, candy, and decorations! But this year we are dealing with a very real boogeyman, the coronavirus and things will be a bit different this year.
Like many of us, you might be looking for safe ways to celebrate Halloween! Well, you are in luck because this is the ultimate list of fun things to do this year for Halloween!
Decorate Your Apartment
Decorating your apartment can get you in the spirit this holiday! But you don’t have to spend a lot of money to turn your home into a haunted paradise.
Stretchy cobwebs or strips of black and orange construction paper can make inexpensive garland for a mantel or for over a doorway!
Replace candles with black ones and place them on candle sticks with spooky spiders made from pipe cleaners.
Paint pumpkins with colorful chalk paint and write boo-tiful Halloween wishes on them!
Add spiders, witches, and other Halloween decorations to a wreath for your front door!
Purchase an inexpensive Halloween themed welcome mat outside your door. Additionally, you can pick up some Halloween themed dish cloths to instantly add whimsy to your kitchen.
Connect with Friends and Family Online
Organize a Halloween Zoom party for friends and family! Celebrate by dressing in costumes and playing Halloween bingo or sharing scary ghost stories.
Go on a Halloween Home Tour
Many people are going all out decorating for Halloween this year, so why not take a ride in your car looking for the best Halloween decorations near your apartment.
Create Some Halloween Treats
Just because you aren’t going trick-or-treating doesn’t mean you can’t treat yourself to something sweet!
Popcorn balls are easy to make and have some of our Halloween favorite flavors: Reeses pieces, candy corn, white chocolate, and pretzels. Get the recipe here.
Graveyard, tombstone brownies are delicious and fun to make! Use a boxed brownie mixed, yogurt covered pretzels and mini marshmallows to create this hauntingly delicious Halloween treat! Get the recipe here.
These fun and safe ideas will make celebrating Halloween this year Spooktacular!