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What’s one sure way to scare the dickens out of trick-or-treaters? Animated Halloween decorations. The ones that look innocent at first glance but then catch you by surprise. We’re helping Design Happens fans get ready for October 31st with four giveaways of Halloween decorations from Grandin Road. Last week’s frightful delight…a Haunted Magic Mirror with a ghoul trapped inside. With this week’s giveaway — Velma and Evander Interactive Talking Halloween Busts — we’ve got the perfect pair to welcome and scare guests visiting your haunted lair. They’re sure to be spooked by what happens when stone-faced Velma and Evander come to life and engage in creepy conversation.

Grandin Road - Velma and Evander Talking Busts - HGTV design blolg - Halloween decorations

You’ve got until 12/11c Monday, October 3rd to leave us a comment. That’s all you have to do for a chance to win.

This week’s question: How would you describe your Halloween decorating style? Campy and vampy? Sheer terror? Kooky and kid-friendly? Classic horror?

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  3. Coolgirl says:

    Wow! I know I would love to have that as a scary suprise for our trick-or-treaters!

  4. Wokerwoman says:

    What a nice way to scare the children. Fun! They will love it!

  5. margot says:

    kooky and slightly creepy. we love to get the kids involved. they love spiders and skeletons, and a couple of real scares!

  6. Tami G. says:

    A little of everything. But mostly spooky and fun. Kids run to the door and sya "lady your house is scary !" But they come back every year :)

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