Just because you don’t have a front porch doesn’t mean you can’t get your ghost on for Halloween! We’ve got some decorating (and carving) tips to put the BOO back in your step on October 31.
[column col=”1/3″]


This nonchalant mini-mummy is easy to make and takes up a whole lot less space than a pumpkin.[/column]

[column col=”1/3″]mummy190a[/column]

[column col=”1/3″]mummy190b[/column]


Not to say that pumpkins aren’t the way to go – we’ve got a couple of ideas to help break you out of the pack.

[column col=”1/3″]pumpkins190First, for those who aren’t handy with a knife, these pumpkins are both festive and can potentially stay on display right through Thanksgiving.[/column]

[column col=”1/3″]spiders190Gourds, tea lights and pipe cleaners – what could be easier?[/column]

[column col=”1/3″]treatbag190Leave it to Martha Stewart to dress up a treat bag for Halloween.[/column]


And finally, here’s a way to make everyone’s favorite – Rice Krispie treats – turn into a pumpkin.