Here are a few animal-inspired Trunk or Treat ideas to get the ideas rolling for your Halloween car decorations! Frog - Turn your whole car in an adorable frog - complete with floppy tongue! Black Cat - Perfect for anyone with a black car! Just add eyes, a nose, and whiskers!
Car Decor Idea #2: Hunk in the Trunk. This idea is an oldie but continues to be a goodie. Hang an arm or other body part out the trunk. (The old-fashioned way calls for a tie and an "Ex-Husband in Trunk" sign.) Don't allow parts to dangle below the level of the top of your license plate.
Scare up some Fright with one of these Unique Halloween Car Decorations. Porches, front entry steps and garden planters are all great ways to decorate out side, and there are tons of DIY craft projects to celebrate Halloween indoors.And when it comes to cooking for Halloween, we put out all the stops.
How to Decorate a Car for Halloween. Decorating for Halloween is a blast, not to mention a great opportunity for creative expression. Your house and yard are obvious sites for decoration, but don't neglect your car! Whether you're headed
Rev up the Halloween fun with these trunk-or-treat ideas. From simple to spooky, style your car in these creative decorating themes. Trunk or treat is an organized event usually held in school or church parking lots; vehicles are decked out in festive themes while little trick-or-treaters to go car to car for candy.
Trunk-or-treat events bring Halloween to parking lots where kids go from car to car and get candy. They're popular at schools, churches, in rural areas where homes are far apart, and in places