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It's almost the time of year where things get spooky. Here are some of the best things to buy to amp up the fright factor this year.
This fun choker will finish off any Halloween costume perfectly. It has a skeleton hands design, a curb chain, and an adjustable length so can be worn by adults or children.
Give people a fright with these spider earrings. With faux jewels, and a diamante embellishment, they'll bring a sparkle to your Halloween. They're suitable for non-pierced ears, as they have a clutch back.
These Halloween Stamp Tattoos are quick and easy to use on your face or body. Ideal for a quick spooky addition to any outfit, and perfect for adults or children. It also comes in a star and lightning bolt design.
Apply these spooky temporary tattoos with water anywhere on your face and body. They'll last up to 4 days - so be careful where you apply them if you have to face people the day after!
This fake blood can be used on the face and body, and is a thick, gooey texture so it's designed to stay put all evening. Use a brush or sponge to apply it, and an oil-based make up remover to take it off at the end of the evening.
This fold out candelabra has gauze draped over it to give it an authentic look. Hang it in your living room or doorway to give a proper haunted feel to your room.
Add a touch of horror to Halloween with these bloody hands stickers. They come with removable adhesive squares and stick to windows, walls and doors. They're bound to make someone jump.
Freak out the neighbours with these giant sized spiders which will sit neatly on your outdoor fence. They're waterproof so able to sit outside your house and scare people whatever the weather.
There's bunting for every occasion and Halloween is no different. Bring a Halloween spirit to wherever you're celebrating with these strings of pumpkin, witch, and bat shaped flags.
Halloween for kids
Add your own name to this witchy cotton t-shirt for a personalised touch to Halloween. It's available for ages 2 - 14, and is 100% cotton.
You can also personalise this different design, depending on whether your little one prefers witches or monsters. Also 100% cotton and available exclusively online, they're a fun way to celebrate your own little monster.
Great for collecting lollies, or using as cute decorations, these mini pumpkin baskets are a perfect way to help kids collect their Halloween goodies. Even better; they're not too big, so the lollies will be limited!
Bring some cute to Halloween this year with this fluffy pumpkin. Great for little ones to carry and cuddle if they don't want to get too spooky.
14. Pumpkins, pineapples and watermelons
Although a pumpkin is the traditional food item to carve a jack-o-lantern from, there are other options too. A watermelon or pineapple both work well and can be easier to carve, especially if you're making it with children.
Buy in bulk to satisfy visiting trick-or-treaters this year. This 1kg pack of scary sized python lollies will keep revellers on a sugar high all evening. If you're lucky, you might even have a few left over.
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