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  • 1. Halloween Decorations on a Budget
    At Home Rewards’ Tips to Spook Trick-or-Treaters
  • 2. Halloween
    With Halloween around the corner, everyone is thinking of ways to send a chill down someone’s spine
    Home decorations that can scare those who come home are being considered
    The scare quotient of each home decoration is being calculated
    Trick-or-treat is the flavor of the season
  • 3. Fantastic Tips to Decorate Your Home for Halloween
    At Home Rewards Provides Tips to Help You Save on theCost Factor Without Compromising on the Scare Factor
  • 4. Do It Yourself (DIY)
    Before you step out to buy Halloween decorations, check the Internet for some great DIY projects for Halloween decorations
    Alternately, try to get your own creative juices flowing
    Executing these ideas, especially if you have kids around, can be extremely exciting
    Improvise ideas, depending on your need, and make your decorations completely unique from those of others
  • 5. Unexpected Places
    Don’t just hang the Halloween decorations in the most obvious places
    The scare quotient increases when a scary decoration pops up when you least expect it to
    A butterfly cutout is as scary as a bat cutout if it suddenly pops out of the refrigerator
    Think of places where a scary object is least expected
    The bottom of a snack bowl
    The inside of a door
    The pocket of a coat
  • 6. Create the Right Atmosphere
    Creating a spooky aura in the house is extremely essential
    Even if you have fewer decorations, dimming the lights and playing some eerie music can send a chill down the spine of whoever comes trick-or-treating
    Record some sounds, like footsteps and muffled voices, and you’re set to go
    A sudden screech can also work wonders
  • 7. Live the Part
    At Home Rewards suggests that if you’re involved in the whole process of decorating the house and creating a scary aura, you should also play the part
    If you’re dressed as a witch, you may want to speak like one
    If you’re a fiend, laughing out loud in intervals can help make the atmosphere more real
  • 8. Use These Halloween Decorations Tips from At Home Rewards
    …. and scare the trick-or-treater without getting scared by the bills later