You don’t have to go out to have a good Halloween time
Trying to find something fun and easy to do this Halloween? Here is a list of five ideas you can try to make the most of your socially distant Halloween.
- Carve a pumpkin
Carving pumpkins for Halloween never gets old. Pumpkin carving is a therapeutic and festive activity and can also be a festive way to decorate your home. You can even take full advantage of the experience by heading to the Pumpkin Patch to choose the pumpkin you want to take home and carve out any design you want. This activity can be fun when you are alone or even with a partner.
2. Make a spooky basket
A spooky basket is a Halloween themed basket that you can give to a friend, family member, or partner. Simply fill a basket with their favorite treats and even add trinkets if you like. The budget is up to everyone, but if you’re looking for something more affordable, you can stick with simple things like fun dollar store items or a candy variation. It’s up to you to decide and it’s a good way to show gratitude and wit this Halloween season. Just make your spooky basket for the person (s) you want and drop it off for them.
3. Watch horror / Halloween movies in a burst
What better way to get into the spooky spirit than watching horror movies during Halloween? This activity allows you to stay safe inside your home and get into the Halloween spirit at the same time. To be more festive, snack on Halloween candy while having your horror movie marathon.
4. Make Halloween themed treats
Halloween is known to be all about candy and candy, but if you plan to stay home, you can always find an excuse to devour all the candy you want while baking treats. Choose the treat (s) you want to make and for extra spirit you can use Halloween themed cookie cutters, sprinkles, cupcake wrappers and more to make your baking more festive.
5. Decorate your house and distribute candy
You don’t have to go out to have a good time. Staying home to decorate and hand out candy is a classic way to spend your Halloween time. Remember to always wear a mask and stay 6 feet apart when tricks or healers pass.