It’s that spooktacular time of year again, so this is when I tend to come across special offers that I just have to share with my fellow Halloweeners. I know that’s not really a word to describe Halloween fans like myself, but it sounds far better than Halloweenies, so let’s say it is. Anyway, here’s the deal: you can get free 3-day shipping at Spirit Halloween on orders over $65 with an exclusive promo code, so don’t worry if you haven’t ordered your Halloween costume yet. There’s still time — and it won’t cost you a penny to get it shipped fast!
I came across something that I just have to share today: several exclusive online coupons that save you real money on Halloween costumes. These are offered through HalloweenCostumes for 2015 and include discounts up to 90% off!
They’re having a huge sale and these types of discounts don’t come along very often. Also, people who don’t know about (or don’t use) these exclusive coupon links won’t be able to benefit from these offers, so I knew I had to pass this information along. Don’t worry, I’ll show you how to get the deal. You’re welcome!
Increasingly, Halloween fans want to learn how to make their own washable, non-staining fake blood, ideally without food colouring, because stage blood is a key addition to so many costumes and effects. Sadly, the stage blood available in stores tends to stain, and ketchup-water recipes don’t turn out well. Seriously, though: fake blood that won’t stain – is it possible? Of course it is! Give me five minutes of your time and I’ll walk you through a simple method for making your own realistic, non-staining fake blood.
Believe me, I understand the hassle of fake blood that leaves stains. I’ve had to wash stains from my skin, clothes, and towels, as well as from my walls after some Halloween parties. So without further ado, let’s get right to my favourite method for making your own washable, non-stain version!
If you want ideas for easy DIY Halloween costumes, have I got the website for you – especially if you want something that looks seriously amazing, like a realistic Batman, Iron Man, RoboCop, Master Chief (from Halo), or Predator costume.
I’m not particularly skilled at making my own Halloween costumes from scratch, so when I heard about this site called BuyNeu claiming they could help me build my own costume – and cool ones of licensed characters – I was skeptical to say the least. They offer to build it for you prefer to have someone else do the work, which I found believable enough, but to give me everything I need to build it myself? Come on.