Spooky Halloween Treats and Décor to Try This Season

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With the fall season upon us, it's time to start preparing for Halloween. And while apartment living may feel stifling when it comes to decorating, it doesn't have to be. There are many ways to celebrate the season without permanently altering your surroundings. Today's DIY trends will give you all the ideas you need to make your apartment festive.

Apartment Friendly Decor

Apartment trends for Halloween include fun ideas like hanging up witches' hats. Use a removable command strip to hang them without damaging your ceiling. You must string the hats up, and your place will feel spooky in no time.

But don't stop there. Other decor ideas include decorating with Halloween-themed stickers, which can easily be applied to your windows and then removed later. That and a spooky tablecloth for your kitchen will help get you in the mood for the holiday.

Delicious Pumpkin Treats & More

Embrace the holiday by making some fun pumpkin treats at home. Look up a recipe for making pumpkin spice; your apartment will smell delicious in no time.

Halloween Hacks

You can get even more creative with your decor with a little effort. Consider purchasing a foam wreath from any craft store and white ping pong balls. Paint eyeballs on each ball and glue them to the wreath for a fun way to greet guests to your apartment.

Whether you're entertaining family or friends, there are some fun Halloween hacks you can use. For a spooky game that doesn't take up much space, consider creating glow-in-the-dark Jenga. Simply taking the blocks and applying glow-in-the-dark paint will make the game that much more fun.

And on a crisp fall weekend, what's better than getting outside and enjoying nature during the spookiest season of the year? You can do that by exploring Stewart Creek Park and Hidden Cove.

DIY Trends For Apartment Living

You can create seasonal decor for the rest of the year with some work and creativity by simply following the latest DIY trends.

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