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Top 3 Halloween Home Decorations

This month, apart from the highly anticipated Oktoberfest, another celebration is observed – that’s right, Halloween is coming!

Every year on Halloween, spooky decorations can be seen in homes and even in public. It adds excitement to the atmosphere and is recognized as a form of celebration – so here at Renodots, we’ve curated a list of the Top 3 Halloween Home Decorations, to help you win some street cred!

#1 – Jack-O’-Lantern

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Yes, this is meant to be a sick joke – no pun intended. The Jack-O’-Lantern is a trademark of Halloween. With the whole COVID-19 situation going on, even pumpkins need protection.

A quirky and light-hearted decoration such as this can help ease the stress we’ve all been facing this year; have a laugh!

#2 – Body Bags

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This is a sure-fire way to scare off children if they’ve been pestering you with their trick-or-treating! An easy way to create a ‘body-bag’ is to collect a bunch of empty bottles and tie them up in the shape of a human body. After which, wrap them up with a trash bag – and voila!

Do this at your own risk, we’re not responsible for any issues with your local law enforcement!

#3 – Skeletons

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Here’s another decoration to go with the COVID-19 concept. This is a quirky yet eerily accurate representation of the lives we live now, and what better way is there to showcase this than on Halloween?

Skeleton figures can be easily bought from decoration stores and sometimes even in local supermarkets, as Halloween approaches.

* We hope this list has helped give you some ideas on planning your Halloween decorations this year. Do remember to maintain social distancing and practice good hygiene when celebrating! COVID-19 doesn’t take a break – even if it’s Halloween! *