If you want to diverge from the usual creepy, kooky, and scary Halloween setups for your outdoors, read on. Here are some charming Halloween ideas even the Addams family might be tempted to do this November.
The Gingerbread House
If it was enough to entice Hansel and Gretel, it’s going to be luring droves of trick-or-treaters to your doorstep. From cookie cutter cuteness, to bread, cakes and sweets, kids and kids at heart will surely be delighted with your Halloween décor.
Goldilocks’ Porridge House
A simple porch setting of soup bowls filled with treats instead of porridge, prop up three lovely bears to accompany the soups. Put up this lovely setup and you’ll have the little ones squeal with delight while filling their goodie bags, too.
Snow White’s Apple Cabin
If you think your porch is too small a size to fit any kind of décor, that’s where you’re wrong. Design it to resemble the dwarves’ cabin where Snow White once took refuge and don’t forget to include a row or two of her poisoned apple. Though this time, coat it with chocolate and serve it sans the poison.
When Rapunzel was locked in her tower by the evil witch, the tower was well hidden with surrounding brambles and poison ivy. Scatter pedestrian-friendly faux brambles or twigs and make it look like an adventure reaching your doorstep.
Mimic the day Cinderella was finally able to go to her dream ball by putting a pumpkin, and rats. Put a selection of pumpkins in different sizes, a pail, broom and other cleaning stuff. Don’t forget to leave a single glass shoe iconic of Cinderella’s fate. Now go be the fairy godmother bestowing sweets and treats for the little ones this Halloween.