For as sad as it may be, COVID-19 has put a major damper on Halloween celebrations across the country (and the world).

This year, we scoured the internet for spooky goods to help lighten the mood and now we’re looking forward to seeing how you incorporate your favourite finds into your costumes and decor.

Featuring goblins, ghosts, and everything in between, get a Hallow-scream out of these holiday items (and maybe some laughs too).

Halloween Costumes

Halloween costumes

Be the bubble of the ball: How ironic is it that the inflatable “zorb” is now the most COVID-appropriate costume and not just something to play human bumper cars with? Stay in your own bubble while walking around town this Halloween with this eco-friendly PVC creation.

 

 

Halloween costumes

Show out in hazmat: If you’re really looking to give someone a scare, show up in this bright yellow hazmat suit and stay safe while collecting your prize for best costume.

 

Hallloween pet costumes

Oscar Mayer your pup: Do we even have to explain this one? If anyone’s going to cheer you up on Halloween night, it’s your furriest friend.

Halloween Decor

Halloween decorSpooky up your home: If you’re not planning on leaving your property this Halloween, this inflatable haunted house is filled with all the trimmings to make your yard extra spooky.Halloween decor

Put out your pumpkins: No pumpkins to carve? These inflatable LED options make a mess-free alternative.

Halloween bags

Halloween goodie bags: These reusable treat holders are a must this year.

Halloween colouring books

Colour your heart away: Get crafty and buy some time with a collection of adorable Halloween-themed colouring books or give them out instead of sugary candy!

Melaina Gasbarrino

Melaina Gasbarrino

Melaina Gasbarrino, is a certified reiki practitioner and yoga teacher. In 2017 she founded SALT to TREE, a wellness and conservation company that integrates the practices of movement and healing to live WITH the Earth. With her innate connection to the Earth, she always knew she was called to heal. Her experiences include teaching in Niagara, Toronto, New York, The Hamptons, Hawaii, Costa Rica, Muskoka, and Mexico.

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