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Give a Good Scare with These 7 Creepy Halloween Decorations This 2019

Give your house creepy Halloween vibes with these scary props.

By: Antonette Louise Guiao | October 11, 2019
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Halloween decorations 2019

Halloween is a holiday filled with mystery, superstition, and of course, magic!

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Halloween is an annual holiday which can be traced back to the ancient Celtic festival of Samhain. It is believed that during the 31st of October, spirits roam the earth and cause trouble and misfortune. To ward off these ghosts, people observed practices like wearing costumes and lighting bonfires. As time flew, what once was a cold and dark occasion became associated with "play parties," a public celebration that included singing, dancing, and even fortune telling.

Over the years, Halloween celebrations evolved until the occasion became a holiday with parties for children and adults. In the present day, people would even put up Halloween decorations at home to celebrate the event, just like they do in Christmas! Halloween decorations this 2019 can swing anywhere from cutesy fantasy to straight-up horror. If you are planning to decorate your house this season, take a look at these Halloween decorations this 2019 that are sure to send tingles down your spine!

1. Halloween Trick and Joke Skull from National Bookstore

Where to buy: National Bookstore branches
Price: PhP259


The skull’s eyes seem as if it is staring straight into your soul!

Image: National Bookstore Website

Skulls have been associated with Halloween for the longest time simply because they represent the end of life. The entire skeleton, on the other hand, is believed to come back as a disguise of the souls who have departed but are still roaming the earth. As time went by, it became a very popular Halloween symbol and is now a major inspiration for costumes and decorations!

At home, hive off spooky vibes with National Bookstore’s Halloween Trick and Joke Skull. This skull can be placed on a table or countertop and serve as a reminder of the frightening souls that can haunt you in your dreams during Halloween!

2. Halloween Crow Figure from Toy Kingdom

Where to buy: Toy Kingdom branches
Price: PhP179.75

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Imagine hearing creepy chirps from crows while you pass by a graveyard at night!

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Skulls are not the only ones that play a vital role during Halloween. Black birds like crows have also been part of the holiday for a very long time. There’s even an existing film about crows that violently attack people’s homes, which made these birds seem more terrifying. Crows are also associated with witches and are known to inhabit graveyards, too. In short, they can be real creepy!

This Halloween, let crows inhabit your homes with this Halloween Crow Figure from Toy Kingdom! The figure is made of plastic, so you wouldn’t have to worry about breaking it. It is also safe for children to play with. Spooky but still family-friendly? Yes, please!

3. Halloween Trick and Joke Giant Wild Spider from National Bookstore

Where to buy: National Bookstore branches
Price: PhP39

Halloween decorations 2019

Spiders are always on the list of spine-tingling Halloween home decorations.

Image: National Bookstore Website

Another intrinsic part of Halloween are creepy crawlers like spiders. Other than crows, spiders are also believed to be a witch’s evil companion. Besides that, there’s something about spiders that sends shivers down the spine. Perhaps it’s their scary appearance and creepy-looking legs? Who knows? One thing’s for sure: Halloween isn’t complete without these spindly insects around!

National Bookstore’s Halloween Trick and Joke Giant Wild Spider makes the perfect Halloween home decoration with its ghastly size and design. These eight-legged creatures are sure to give a fright to those who will see it lingering around your home!

4. Halloween Pumpkin with Yellow Flickering LED Lights from Landers

Where to buy: Landers stores
Balintawak - 1240 EDSA Balintawak, Apolonio Samson, Quezon City
Otis - 1890 Paz Guazon St., Paco, Manila
Alabang - Daang Hari Road, Almanza Dos, Las Piñas City
Price: PhP3,799.75


Pumpkins are not just for Jack-o-Lantern carvings; they also symbolize harvest.

Image: Landers PH Website

The jack-o-lantern is one of the most popular and traditional symbols used every Halloween. It is a pumpkin that is carved with a face bearing a terrifying look or a hilarious expression. During ancient times, the jack-o-lantern was used to light the way for good spirits and ward off bad spirits. In the modern age, it is used as an inspiration for clothes, candies, trick-or-treat buckets, and home decorations.

All thanks to Landers’ Halloween Pumpkin with Yellow Flickering LED Lights, you don’t have to spend so much time carving a pumpkin to achieve that scary jack-o-lantern decor! Sculpted from plastic material and made with realistic pumpkin colors and textures, this will give your guests delight and fright.

5. Crepe Paper Ghost from Unique Novelties and Toys Corporation

Where to buy: Unique Novelties and Toys Corporation, 15 Zorra St., Paltok, San Francisco, Del Monte, Quezon City
Price: PhP35

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Flaunt and haunt: this adorable crepe paper ghost is surely a crepe-y and charming addition to your Halloween decor!

Image: Unique Novelties and Toys Corporation Website

Halloween is celebrated in commemoration of the dead. Like the skeleton, another well-known symbol of death is the ghost. If the skeleton represents the earthly body of the departed, then it seems fitting that ghosts represent the soul. It is believed that during Halloween, ghosts roam around the earth freely.

Of course, what better way to evoke Halloween in the home than with crepe paper ghosts from Novelties and Toys Corporation? This cute yet simple Halloween wall decor is made from white crepe paper, a thin, crinkled type of paper that is commonly used for decorating. Other than its cuteness, it’s also really affordable! For only PhP39, you can have a bunch of paper ghost buddies hanging out in your home!

6. Halloween Witch from Meiji

Where to buy: Meiji Electric Philippines
Price: PhP98

Halloween decorations 2019

Witches were said to call upon spirits using magic spells, doing the Devil’s work.

Image: Meiji Electric Website

A famous symbol of evil and misfortune is the witch, a woman believed to have dark magic powers. They are depicted as women who wear long, black cloaks and pointed hats. And according to lore, they can fly from one place to another using their magic brooms, casting good and bad spells. It is said that their powers are the strongest during Halloween night, which is why people are terrified of them.

These Meiji Halloween Witches are sure to horrify your visitors with their evil grins and wart-covered noses. Together with their brooms, you can huddle them around a cauldron and pretend that they’re creating a potion or a magic spell. These can be displayed both indoors and outdoors!

7. Bat “Boo” Wired Hanging Decor from Unique Novelties and Toys Corporation

Where to buy: Unique Novelties and Toys Corporation - 15 Zorra St., Paltok, San Francisco, Del Monte, Quezon City
Price: PhP98

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Boo! Check out the decorations on the bat’s wings!

Image: Unique Novelties and Toys Corporation Website

Halloween is filled with many symbolisms, one of which is the bat. Vampires are said to transform into bats. These creatures are only active at night and they live in caves which are believed to elicit the underworld. While bats are affiliated with evil and supernatural forces because they come out on Halloween, the truth is they are actually migrating and flying south for the winter—but not everyone knows that, so don’t spoil Halloween for them!

If you’re looking for a bat that doesn’t migrate, then Unique Novelties and Toys Corporation’s Bat “Boo” Wired Hanging Decor is perfect! It has red eyes and sharp fangs, same as that of a vampire’s. Its wings are spread thoroughly on the left and right, making it a great hanging decor in your home!

Halloween only comes once a year—the best reason to go all out. Who doesn’t want a good spook fest, anyway?

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About Antonette Louise Guiao
Antonette is a writer, a night owl, an extrovert, and a BTS ARMY. Her spare time is consumed by drawing digital vector art, sleeping, binge-watching Netflix series, and learning how to cook. An adventurer by heart, she aspires to travel the world with her family, try extreme outdoor activities, and taste all sorts of food in different countries.
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