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Decorate Your New St. Louis Home for Halloween

You’ve made the move to St. Louis and it’s time to decorate for Halloween! If you want to add some spooky to your neighborhood, All My Sons Moving & Storage St. Louis has some tips for you to decorate your new home.

Pumpkins are all the rage in October. When you head out to your local St. Louis pumpkin patch with your family, grab a bunch of smaller pumpkins to decorate. You can keep them orange or spray paint these pumpkins white or black and place on the doorstep or on your mantel. And don’t forget to carve your big pumpkins with your family and place them on your doorstep for all to see!

Hang a haunted wreath outside your door. Wreaths featuring deep reds, oranges and yellows are staple decorations for the fall season. Switch it up and create a spooky wreath for Halloween. Spray paint the wreath gray or black. Tie a bow with black ribbon and glue on some felt ghosts. Add some ripped pieces of cotton for a cobweb feel.

If you love flowers in your home, decorate for Halloween with some candy corn vases. Find a couple empty bottles and spray paint them in candy corn style with yellow, orange, and white spray paint. You can place these on tables, windowsills, mantels or anywhere else you choose around the home.

Trash bags can make the perfect spiderwebs. A great tutorial is offered here on how to create them. These are the perfect decorations for your kid’s bedrooms, the living room and more.

There are hundreds of different ways to decorate for Halloween. Our team hopes your move to St. Louis was easy and hassle free, and wishes you and your family a Happy Halloween!



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