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What you should know before celebrate Halloween 2020

Halloween– Does your family dress up as a group or everyone do their own thing?  I really wish I was kidding Pumpkins are carved! Seeds are roasted! Bring on Halloween  What are your kids going as this year?

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What's the most exciting thing in Halloween 2020?

When you walk through your neighbors’ yards, amazing lights & scary sounds always make you excited. There is something new at every turn with various of lighting Haunting scenes and unique & unnerving characters filling the lanes. 

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Customize yourself, including appearance, personality, etc


It’s a magical night of scary good fun where fantasy and fabulous treats are available to enjoy. Anyone from infants to adults of any age, race, ethnic background or culture can dress up in any costume which gives them the ability to temporarily be anyone they want to be.


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Immersive experience


Scary howling and screaming sounds from decorated neighborhood houses. Haunted houses with all types of scary visitors popping out when you least expect them.

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Feast of Everything


Yummy chocolate and orange cupcakes or other desserts made to look like Halloween eyes of newt, spiders, bats or similar creatures.

However, things changed Halloween this year, yet we won’t let coronavirus take Halloween. “Door to door trick-or-treating is not recommended because it can be very difficult to maintain proper social distancing on porches and at front doors, ensure that everyone answering or coming to the door is appropriately masked to prevent disease spread, and because sharing food is risky,” according to the new health order.

 
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Time to change out of my sweats and into something spooky! Any last minute scary lighting ideas? We collected some ideas from our neighbors, here for your reference.


 5 Scary Ways to Light Up Your Yard for Halloween

  • Shadow. To make shadows loom large and creepy, place lights low to the ground and aim them slightly upward. 
  • Color. Choose your colors wisely. …
  • Flames. Fire is a great way to create spooky ambiance. …
  • Strobes. Resist the temptation to overuse strobe lights. …
  • Fog.

What kinds of lights could create a scary lighting effect?

 

RGB Floodlights can always create magical effects. In Halloween, we can DIY lighting that matches the atmosphere according to the thrilling scene we set. You think they can only be used for holiday decorations only once, in fact, when I first tried this kind of lights on Halloween, our holiday became more colorful. Not only that, the floodlights that can provide a variety of scene modes and thousands of colors also play a great role in Christmas.

They’re very bright, all kinds of colors available & a great value. I have mine set up in the yard illuminating my custom made Halloween & Christmas Peanuts gang stand ups in the yard & they work great.

The remote is an app you download onto your phone or tablet & you do have to be about 20’ within line of sight to set the lights. The settings (brightness, color, solid color or rotating & on off times) are fully customizable Via the app. So if you want to change your Halloween lighting suddenly and create a quick flash lighting effect, it’d be a right one.

Also, the stands that the lamps are attached to aren’t you conducive to mounting in your landscape which was also easily fixed by screwing them into a couple of scrap pieces of composite decking (see picture) & then secured into the ground with tent stakes.

Finnally, we have a warm reminder for you. With the Halloween weekend right around the corner, please don’t let this Halloween turn into a nightmare. Be sure to plan ahead if you are planning to go out and partake in any Halloween festivities so you can have a fun night and get home safely. Please designate a sober driver, get a taxi, take the bus, or other alternate means for transportion, to prevent a possible tragic outcome that would cause this Halloween to become a nightmare.