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It's time to throw inflatable pumpkins, skeletons, and witches on the lawn! Get your neighborhood in the Halloween spirit with the best lawn decor. These pieces look fantastic, but if you're looking to wow your neighbors at night and truly have the spookiest house on the block, consider a Halloween projector. Sure, they might walk past the jack-o'-lanterns, Halloween signs, and other decor during the day and think, "nice decor," but once the sun sets and they see the difference a Halloween projector makes, they'll be rushing to get one too.
These projectors cast scary figures that look like ghosts, bats, and more.
1. Our Top Pick for Halloween & More
Look at that spooky jack-o'-lantern. Yep, I'm totally going to convince my mom to get this projector. This is the Halloween equivalent of having a beautiful Christmas tree glowing by a window during winter evenings.
Trick-or-treaters are going to love the window projection! My favorite spec is the sound. The projector kit is pre-loaded with creepy sounds to give a spooky feel, perfect for your Halloween party. Not only is it great for Halloween, but it'll come in handy for other holiday decorations. It includes eight Halloween scenes, four Christmas scenes, one birthday scene, one dinosaur scene, one Thanksgiving scene, and one Easter scene. Digital decorating is the way to go, y'all.
2. Best Budget Projector
This $28 LED projector is weatherproof, making it perfect for rainy climates. It comes with a remote, so control it from indoors to change the pattern and speed. And yes, it's also a Thanksgiving and Christmas projector! There are 16 different patterns available. Customers say it's a hit with their grandchildren and even the neighbors!
3. Best for TVs, Monitors, and More
You can also opt for a USB loaded with fun Halloween decor — creepy clowns, zombies, you name it. It's perfect for adding a spooky aesthetic in the living room, office, or even the classroom! Use it with computers, monitors, and more.
This post was originally published on September 2, 2021.