Thereâ€™s still time to add a little extra flair to your Halloween decorations. Â Take a few minutes to give the neighborhood an extra treat by pulling one of these ideas out of your sleeve. Cardboard Box Jack-O-Lantern
Find a spare box in your closet or garage. Â You can carve a face in the box with a box cutter and have an added decoration on your porch in no time. Â An added bonus of this decoration: itâ€™s not nearly as messy as cleaning out the inside of a pumpkin. Â Plus, you can fold it up and store it in your cabinets
if you want to use it again next year. Candy Corn Candles
You can greet trick-or-treaters or guests to your home with the aroma of candy corn. Â Simply put a pillar candle in a clear hurricane glass. Â Surround the candle with candy corn and light the flame. Â For safety, be sure to blow out the candle at the end of the night. Put Your Treats in Bags
Make the treats you hand out to visitors more festive by putting them in Halloween-themed bags. Â Nothing says â€œBooâ€ like candy in a bag decorated with ghosts and goblins. Â For maximum efficiency, you can assemble your goodie bags in a Gift Wrapping Station
. When witches and monsters come to your door this Halloween make sure you are ready for them. Â The spookier the better. Â Contact K&N Sales
for assistance for getting your home ready for any season.