Dress up everyday packaged candy in silly disguises for trick-or-treat night or to use as Halloween party favors. Our sweet candy embellishments and party-favor costumes transform chocolate bars, popcorn, and more into creepy-crawly spiders, ghostly treat bags, and batty boxes. Get started with these fun and easy projects today!View Slideshow
We can't get enough of these outdoor Halloween decorations. BHG.com users really know how to gear up for Fright Night, so get inspired by these ideas from real folks like you.
Why we picked this: Check out the details of the thick web on this porch. The hands on the green monster are creepy, too!
Why we picked this: The large black spider hanging from the ceiling of this entryway is very creative. We like how the spiderweb is incorporated with the spider and extends to the front of the house.
Why we picked this: We like how this really looks like a sunken ship. The skeletons all over the yard are a great way to incorporate the pirate theme.
Why we picked this: The detail on this tombstone makes it look very real. We especially like the wheelbarrow dumping skeletons on the yard.
Why we picked this: This house is ready for trick-or-treaters. We love the variety of pumpkins, witches, and bats used to transform this porch into an atmosphere ready for October 31.
Why we picked this: Simple and sweet, this sign is a cute way to decorate for Halloween.
Why we picked this: We've never seen anything like this! These oversize spiders are a clever idea for a rooftop. We think maybe they can be seen from outer space.
Why we picked this: Here, you can see the detail of this large, purple spider. We especially like the idea of this illuminated spider climbing up the chimney.