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5 Spooktacular Ways to Celebrate Halloween at Home

Oct 29 2020

Halloween is lurking right around the corner and we’re here to provide some fun and pretty sweet ways to celebrate at home … yanno, since we’re all still living that pandemic life. 🧡

While all the holidays this year may feel a little different, you can still have a memorable evening at home!

So grab a piece of candy, or two  … or three (OK, just grab the whole bag) and read on for some tricks to have a ghoulish good time!

1. Spooky movie marathon

Put on a white shirt and call yourself a 👻. Make some easy, boo-tastic Halloween snacks and get excited for a night on the couch. Here are some of our favorite movies you can stream right now:

  • Netflix: “Hubie Halloween” (2020), “Poltergeist” (1982), “The Addams Family” (1991)
  • Hulu: “Casper” (1995), “Children of the Corn” (1984), “Coraline” (2009)
  • Disney +: “Hocus Pocus” (1993), “Halloweentown” (1998), “The Nightmare Before Christmas” (1993)

2. Boo-it-yourself

These simple Halloween decoration ideas will get you in the spooky spirit. 🕷

Tip: Those spiderwebs you haven’t gotten around to cleaning during this very strange year? Leave ’em! They’re festive.

3. Put on your Zoom party pants 🤡

If you’ve been itching for a party, it’s time to plan a virtual get-together that you’ll remember for years. Have everyone dress up, do a costume contest, and play some Halloween-themed Zoom games!

4. Give ‘em pumpkin to talk about 🎃

Good news: Pumpkin carving is one of the few activities that has earned the Centers for Disease Control’s approval. Woohoo!

But if using a knife to carve a giant gourd sounds like a horror story waiting to happen, skip it and try one of our Halloween pumpkin painting ideas instead!

5. Brew up a spooky spirit

For many folks this year, the following info might be pretty crucial for yet another evening spent at home, so we’re going to drop it right here. Enjoy! 🍬🍷

Halloween drinks

Find more ideas to celebrate at home on our Halloween Pinterest board. (Follow us if you dare!) For other fun inspo, check out these posts:

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