When you’re in need of an awesome Halloween costume idea, who ya gonna call? GHOSTBUSTERS! Super inspired by Evette Rios’s awesome Ghostbusters costumes (#squadgoals), I decided to make my own proton pack. I mean, when one of my favorite childhood movies is rebooted with several of my favorite actresses, what else am I to do? Dress up as a Ghostbuster for Halloween, of course! Don’t worry, I’ve got you covered, too – here’s my secret to creating a DIY proton pack so you can take Halloween by storm this year.
Sometimes life feels like a circus. We’re constantly trying to keep all of our balls in the area, maybe wrangle wild animals (aka children), and still smile through it all. This Halloween, my family decided to embrace that theme and, quite literally, be our own circus. So, naturally, I somersaulted into Goodwill for costume supplies!
So you want to host a killer Halloween party, but your lack of funds and space (hello, dorm room!) make party store purchases a pipe dream. No worries! We’ve got three easy DIY projects for you today that you can tackle in between classes with little more than a trip to Goodwill and a few arts and crafts basics.
There are 15 days left before Halloween! That’s plenty of time to make your own costume! Sure, you could buy one that’s ready-made, but what’s the fun in that? Use the next two weeks to invent an ensemble that is completely unique and you’ll really knock the socks off of those trick-or-treaters and costume partygoers. Here’s what I’m talking about…
How’s your Halloween planning going so far? If you can believe it, only a matter of weeks stand between you and one of the spookiest – and most entertaining – nights of the year! As for me, I’m still in the idea stage of my costume and décor planning (I’d better get moving!), so I’ve been spending some time lately brainstorming ideas (read: Googling).
It’s hard to believe, but Halloween is just around the corner and the time for costume and décor shopping is now! One thing that I love about Halloween is how reliant the holiday is on setting a mood. I feel like this day, more than any other, is shrouded in a distinct ambiance. To achieve an eerie atmosphere, I’ve noticed that it can sometimes be as simple as streamlining everything to black and white. This emphasizes the shadows, and we all know that Halloween is a shadowy event, don’t we?
One of the best things about a change in seasons is making the most of each one by embracing its unique qualities and in the world of Halloween decorations, there are a lot of different paths a person could take.