Whether you are expecting small, excited monsters who go trick or treating, or you are having friends over for a Halloween dinner, it is fun to welcome them with spooky, glowing pumpkins!
The custom of carving pumpkins goes back to the Irish legend of Jack, who made a pact with the devil. Because he didn’t keep his promises, it became difficult for him to get into either heaven or hell. Jack had to wander aimlessly in the darkness between heaven and earth, only with the light from a lantern made of a carved out turnip with a glowing piece of coal inside.
If you want to make your home creepy and scary for Halloween, follow these five steps: