Give your home a spooky makeover, stat.
Trick out your home with the creepiest — and cutest — Halloween decor this year. These DIY creations feature the best of the best (a.k.a. witches, ghosts, and mummies!) and will impress trick-or-treaters and party guests alike. From your porch to mantel, no one will question your commitment to the holiday. Make most of these cute crafts with basic supplies from Amazon or items you already own. Between balloons, tablecloths, centerpieces, party lights, photo backdrops, and banners, here's all of the inspiration you end to get your house totally ready for a monster mash. You'll also want to stock up on lots (and lots) of pumpkins, of course.
These Halloween decor ideas range from cute and colorful to dark and spooky, so you can nail whatever theme you're going for this year. While you're at it, check out our other Halloween ideas for parties, pumpkins, food, games, and more. Don't forget to cue up a Halloween playlist with scary songs while you're crafting. The good news: You won't need witchcraft to pull these easy yet creative decor ideas together. Just roll up your sleeves and grab some (fake) cobwebs to get started.
Kay: I have been asking for some time what Pete's qualifications are to be president and I have yet to receive an answer. Pete is the mayor of a relatively small college town (South Bend is actually the FOURTH largest city in Indiana). He doesn't appear to have legislative experience nor is he a very successful businessman. Has he ever run a large company? Has he ever met a payroll? Does he have vast economic experience? Has he had thousands of employees working under him? Does he know about profit and loss statements? Does he have any previous experience with foreign countries - either diplomatically, political or business connection? What are his qualifications? It seems that Dems rush to support any candidate who is young, makes a good appearance, and delivers a good speech. What about any experience? Don't you think some kind of experience might be necessary to step into the most important job in the world?