The zombies were having fun. The party had just begun. The guests included Wolfman, Dracula, and his son. The scene was rockin’, all were digging the sounds. Igor on chains, backed by his baying hounds. The coffin-bangers were about to arrive with their vocal group, ‘The Crypt-Kicker Five.’ They played the mash, they played the monster mash. The monster mash, it was a graveyard smash. They played the mash, it caught on in a flash. They played the mash, they played the monster mash.Could you name that tune?
10. The Great Pumpkin
It wouldn’t be Halloween without Charlie Brown and his crew of friends.
9. Harry Potter
J.K. Rowling might not be adding to the original Harry Potter series anytime soon, but that doesn’t mean the magic has ended.
8. Andy’s Room (Keep Out!)
This is the perfect Disney theme combo for your trunk and kids’ costumes. All you need is a long table to make the bed and 90 minutes to re-watch Toy Story for some inspiration to complete the rest.
It’s not only a hat tip to the classic board game, but also a clever pun. Get it? Trick or treating for candy …. in Candy Land!
6. Mad Scientist
I don’t think Halloween is complete unless a scientist somewhere mixes the wrong potions together and creates a terrifying accident.
5. The Mystery Machine
Transform your car to your very own Mystery Machine and help the gang solve another one of their puzzling mysteries.
“And I would have gotten away with it too, if it weren’t for you meddling kids and dog , too!”
4. Alice in Wonderland
Stop pretending, “we’re all mad here” for this trunk or treat idea! Just look out for the Queen of Hearts, you might lose your head.
3. Luau in October
Nothing beats the chill of October like bringing the heat. Unless you live in Southern California where it’s never cold.
2. The Sandlot
It wouldn’t be Halloween without a bit of Nostalgia, either. We are forrrr-evvvvv-errr loving the throwback to 90’s kids movies.
1. Pirate Ship
There ALWAYS has to be one pirate ship in the lot. Who else is going to protect all the buried treasurrr-I mean candy?!
Each picture is linked to the original blogger who came up with each Trunk or Treat theme, so click on any image that strikes your fancy for an in-depth description and how-to.
What’s your favorite Trunk or Treat/Halloween spot for the best candy? #askingforafriend
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