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Halloween Lighting

If your house does not naturally create a haunted silhouette in the moonlight, there are several techniques one can do to generate the desired holiday effects.

Flood Lights

Flood lights are a novice Halloween decorator's best friend. When used as a back drop they can cast the evilest shadows on the most friendly of props. A good design is to strategically these lights behind trees or "gravestones". Placing gels over the lights can also be used to cast desired colors or muffle the light for a softer glow.

Black Lights

Black lights are great for accentuating details such as writing, or electrifying whites and neons. Stay away from overuse and use black lights to highlight important decorations in the house or yard.

Candelabra Lights

Turn your lights and lamps into dim candles with candelabra bulbs. This effect is great for indoor gatherings and outside lights alike. Candelabra bulbs naturally age the house reminiscent of the days when gas and candles were the only sources of light at night.

String Lights

Not all decorations need to be spooky. String lights are a great choice for setting the tone of a festive Halloween environment. The more strings the better. Just remember, try to stick to purple, orange or white. Christmas is a couple months away.

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