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With lots of families spending more time at home than usual this year, it can be hard to think of activities to keep small children entertained. If 2020 has taught us anything it’s the importance of celebrating the small stuff, and bringing a little magic and excitement to whatever we can to give us a boost! So with Halloween right around the corner, although the usual trick or treating may be off the cards, we have some tips to keep your little monsters in the spooky spirit!
Whether it’s alien buns, spider cookies or eye ball pop cakes, mixing up some potions in the kitchen is a great way to get into the Halloween spirit. There are plenty of fantastic recipes to try at this time of year and young children will love decorating cakes with spooky cobwebs or googly eyes.
Children love being creative, which is something we as a company love to encourage! A wide selection of our children’s beds come with a built in desk space, which is perfect for arts and crafts. Why not make your very own paper pumpkins to hang up in your children’s bedroom window? All you need is paper plates, orange and black paint, pipe cleaners, sticky tape and glue. You can even use a battery candle to really bring your crafty creations to life.
Why not turn your child’s bedroom into a witch’s cave, a dragon’s den or a vampire’s lair with the help of a few decorations. Play houses in children’s bedrooms are excellent pieces to decorate and transform into creative play spaces. Add some strip lights, Halloween bunting or some light-up pumpkin lanterns to create a play den your children will love to use throughout this spooky season.
Orange and black are the go-to Halloween colours. Why not tie in an orange throw into your child’s bedroom scheme, as not only is this in keeping with Halloween, but a key autumnal trend colour for the season. Our Chevron Fleece Throw in chilli is the perfect accessory to warm up your child’s bedroom with a pop of seasonal colour.
We would love to see the Halloween themed rooms and crafts you create. Tag us in your children’s bedroom pics on Facebook or Instagram @roomtogrowbeds, you might even feature on our social channels.