When you’ve got Halloween on your mind, 365 days a year, you will want to celebrate it at every chance you get. Especially when everyone around you is being extra merry and extra sweet. You gotta do something to balance it out, right? Moreover, if you loved your Halloween decorations and just can’t find the heart to replace your skeleton and witchy friends with all-things-Santa, you can add some Halloween to your Christmas and make it a December to remember!.
We’ve collected some great ideas for you to celebrate Christmas. Halloween style!
Let the wine do the talking. No, really!
Halloween up the Christmas Wreath
Make yourself an Ugly Christmas sweater. They will have you feeling all Halloween(y) again.
Throw in some Halloween accessories too.
Give your Christmas tree a cool theme. Like a sUperhero Christmas Tree or a ‘Nightmare before Christmas’ Christmas tree
LET THE HALLOWEEN SKELETON PARTY WITH YOU. Hey, it’s Christmas for him too!
Choose a DIY from Pinterest and fail at it. Voila! You are living Halloween all over again. 🙂
Find yourself some snazzy Halloween ornaments for your Christmas tree. We had some awesome one’s at our stores this year and some wicked Halloweeners bought them to be prepared.
If you didn’t shop early for a Halloween theme Christmas, try to DIY some of these Skellington, Pokemon and Superhero looks on you regular Christmas balls.
Get your inflatables out and add lights and Santa hats to them
Make some Halloween style decorations like Spider snowflakes and Skellington tree pots.
Freak OUT the neighbours with your gory snowmen
Make Halloween gingerbread.
Think about it. Halloween and Christmas have a lot in common. Party, decorations, DIYs, movie-watching, and food!. We Halloween lovers really shouldn’t be complaining. So put your Santa hat on and get thinking wicked. You’ll not only be able to have a unique Christmas party and but you will also get to live Halloween once again.
By the way, there is another thing Halloween and Christmas have in common. Strange creepy forces watching you sleep. 😉
Please pull out your Halloween costumes and decorations and let them join you in the Christmas fun. Until then, Happy Halloween. Oooops, Merry Christmas.