Green Halloween Tips 2013

When it comes to the holidays the majority of people aren’t really concerned about the costs and they don’t mind spending on items that they will never use again. However, if you would like to make sure that you will have a green Halloween, there are some tips that you could try.


It is believed that people spend more than $1.2 million on children’s costumes and just as much on adults’ costumes. In order to reduce waste and costs, you might want to come up with a DIY costume. There are a lot of costumes that you can create at home with the items that you already have.


People buy a lot of plastic decorations of Halloween that they throw away after the holidays. It might be a good idea to go for natural decorations, such as leaves, pumpkins, and apples. The best thing about them is that these can be composted so there will be zero waste.
Trick or Treat Candy

Although this is something that children don’t really tolerate, there are some things that you can substitute candy with. You should offer items like friendship bracelets, seashells, or temporary tattoos. It is even better to buy organic products which don’t have an impact on the environment.


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