Trick or treat?Â Smell my feet.Â Give me something good to eat!Â Who remembers this popular kidâ€™s jingle?Â With Halloween only three days away, what better way to celebrate than decorating your home for a truly frightful experience?Â We will also touch on some fun events going on around town if you would like to get out on Halloween weekend.
If youâ€™re looking to decorate your home in an affordable manner, hereâ€™s a great source of inspiration
.Â The Halloween decorations mentioned include boo bottles, cobweb coasters, spooky terrarium, vampire napkin rings, creepy wall hangings, ghostly lanterns, wicked witch candy dish, hanging bats and ghosts, forever pumpkins, crafty spider snacks, bloody table runner, lace pumpkin, spider garland, candy corn garland, boo-tiful wreath, candy corn vases, front door mummy, Halloween ornaments, and mummy seating cards.Â These decorations are sure to impress your kids.Â If youâ€™re looking for edible excitement, these jalapeno popper mummies
may be the coolest things weâ€™ve ever seen.Â And with just a combined 30-minute prep time, theyâ€™re easy to make too!
If youâ€™re looking to get outside of the house, there are a ton of fun events
going on around town.Â On Thursday October 29, stop by Rosenberg Library for ghost stories and pumpkin carving.Â On Friday, Discovery Green is hosting a costume contest, Scary-oke, and a screening of The Book of Life
.Â Lastly, on Halloween day, there is a pub crawl going on in Montrose.Â So much to do, so little time!Â No matter what you do, please make sure to stay safe.Â After youâ€™ve eaten your heartâ€™s content of Halloween candy, visit our showroom and donâ€™t forget to follow us on Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, and Houzz!