Halloween Decorations for $15 (or Less)
This Tuesday, The Bump attended a Target Halloween party that was (pardon the pun) spook-tacular. In addition to tasting snacks and testing out costumes, we got to take a look at the new line of Halloween decorations and activities. Not only do these items catch your eye, but they work with any budget. Check out our favorite items from Target’s 2012 Halloween Collection.
Halloween Ornament SetWhy wait till Christmas to decorate a tree? These sparkly and spooky ornaments are perfect to hang outside or around the house. $15 for 5, Target.com
Black Glitter ChandelierGo Gothic-chic with this fixture, whcih uses LED lights to provides the perfect ambiance for Halloween night. $15, Target.com
Assorted Melamine Bowls, Plates and CupsSwap your normal serving dishes for this festive, plastic set. (Items sold separately) $2 to $6
Assorted Paper Plates and NapkinsKeep the food (and spooks) coming with these disposable plates and napkins. (Items sold separately) $1 to $3
LED String LightsWhether your prefer pumpkins or mummies, these light stands will add some Halloween to your home. $8 (Mummies) or $12 (Pumpkins)
Owl Manor KitLook for a fun, family friendly activity? Spend a Saturday afternoon constructing this haunted house, then leave it out for friends to see. $15
Craftable PumpkinsDecorating pumpkins is a fun, but costly, activity. Purchase these plastic pumpkins to paint, and save them for future Halloweens. $8 - $12
Felt Halloween ToteToss out those pillow cases! With this kit form Kids Made Modern, your little one can make a candy carrier that's sturdy and stylish. $10
Halloween Crayons and Coloring BookThese coloring book and crayons from Kids Made Modern will keep kids busy all fall long. Not to mention their homemade artwork adds to the decorations. (Items sold separately) $5
Kids Halloween Bowling KitHosting a Halloween party? This bowling set is an activity that all ages can enjoy. $10
How do you decorate for Halloween?
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