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The spookiest time of the year has arrived in the Main Line region. With Halloween looming, now is the time to throw out those dusty old decorations and redeck your house for the holidays. These Halloween decorations from Main Line area stores and online purveyors will make your house the talk of the town this season.
1 W Winona Ave., Norwood
This family-owned Delco convenience and variety store is a great place to pick up costumes and supplies if you want to support small business. Davis Trading Post has a great selection of real and faux pumpkins, scarecrows, cornstalks, ghouls, ghosts and more to make your house the scariest in the neighborhood.
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If bombastic Halloween decorations are what you’re looking for, that’s what you’ll get at Spirit Halloween. Order online or visit your local store—there are 10 around the Main Line and western suburbs. Some of the most outlandish displays include 10-foot-tall animatronics, fog machines capable of turning your block into a haunted graveyard and projectors that will make the side of your house a haunted mansion.
Online shopping is one of best ways to find cheap Halloween decorations from creative designers, and no place is better for burgeoning artists than Etsy. Get your decorations started with a bulk purchase of fake spiderwebs to deck your house as a spooktacular base. These zombie hands reaching up out of your lawn will fill trick-or-treaters with dread. If you’re looking to avoid paying a premium for animatronics and models, this five-foot life-size witch decoration will shock and delight all visitors. A (slightly) smaller witch figurine is available at a great price as a porch decoration and comes in several styles.
Lighting is a critical part of Halloween decorations, and it can be hard to get it just right. This ghost lantern can sit on your porch or sidewalk and illuminate the way for guests into your spooky abode.
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These cute ghost candles from Blue Wine Studio are absolutely adorable, and we know they won’t make your Halloween party smell dead.
Fake ivy is a great way to add color and life to any room or wall, and this fake red ivy will give your front yard or bedroom an eerie vibe. Skeletons are just the goofy, campy fun your Halloween decorations need. Get skeletons with movable joints for under $30. Finally, these LED net lights will give your yard an ominous glow that perfectly suits the season.
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