Sweet and Spooky Halloween Ideas

   By SheSpeaksTeam  Sep 18, 2020

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Make your Halloween one to remember with these creative ideas. These ideas will be sure to help you get a head start and reimagine how you create Halloweeen memories and traditions! No matter what you plan, be sure to grab your favorite HERSHEY® candy before it’s all gone!

Enter below to win a $50 Walmart Gift Card & a variety bag of HERSHEY® Candy. 

Outdoor movie night: A movie night isn’t complete without some yummy snacks. Decorate a tray with a variety of candy for a treat that the whole family will love, while keeping everyone’s snacks and treats organized for the movie. 


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Boo Baskets: Fill a bucket with chocolates and other Halloween decorations to make a sweet (or spooky!) surprise for your friends, neighbors and loved ones. Who doesn’t love a good surprise and delicious HERSHEY treats? 


Check out these three easy ideas for making the perfect boo-basket. 


Themed table decor: Who wouldn’t love a candy centerpiece? Whether you’re celebrating indoors or outside, you can’t go wrong with a Halloween tablescape to make the most of your family celebration. Get creative and use fun and festive decorations to create a table set up the whole family will love.

Jar of goodies:  Here’s some Halloween fun that’s all treats, no tricks. Create your own goodie jar full of candy to satisfy your sweet tooth all season long. Pass these treats along to teachers, neighbors, friends and save a few to treat yourself. 

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Enter to win the #HersheyWalmartHalloween Giveaway! Tell us your favorite way to celebrate Halloween or a tradition that you have! One lucky winner will receive one (1) Hershey’s Halloween Variety Bag and a $50 Walmart gift card. 

Hershey Halloween Giveaway

*One lucky contestant will be chosen at random to receive a variety bag of HERSHEY® candy and a $50 Walmart gift card. Giveaway is open through October 10, 2020 to U.S. residents at least 18 years of age. Entrants must be a member of SheSpeaks. If you are not a member, click here to join. Winner will be notified by email.

Update: Thanks to all who entered! Congrats to our winner, SheSpeaks member nagroskopf.

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daholte by daholte | STOUGHTON, WI
Sep 23, 2020

Setting up my Halloween village

LoraineyE by LoraineyE | OMAHA, NE
Sep 23, 2020

We like to watch scary shows with popcorn and hot chocolate and candy!

Sugaree1021 by Sugaree1021 | Philadelphia, PA
Sep 23, 2020


scifelli3 by scifelli3 | VERNON, NJ
Sep 23, 2020


jagerwench by jagerwench | LEXINGTON, SC
Sep 23, 2020

Devoring and the candy!

linzer_08 by linzer_08 | Christiansburg, VA
Sep 23, 2020

I love decorating the house and baking pumpkin treats. 

rajeespot by rajeespot | Coppell, TX
Sep 23, 2020

Taking kids for trick & treating

glad2bamom by glad2bamom | WOODBRIDGE, NJ
Sep 23, 2020

Taking kids for trick & treating! 

samie1 by samie1 | SUDBURY, MA
Sep 22, 2020

Making cosumes and decorating the house 

basilandcatnip by basilandcatnip | GARLAND, TX
Sep 21, 2020

I always call my dad, even as an adult going to the pumpkin patch is the best.  Looking forward to trying the Vampire Kisses too, look like fun!

eswright18 by eswright18 | Garland, TX
Sep 21, 2020

Going on a haunted hayride is my favorite.

Jenny391 by Jenny391 | Port Isabel, TX
Sep 21, 2020

Love to decorate my porch very spooky, hand out candy to the kids and see all the creative costumes.

mami2jcn by mami2jcn | Willow Spring, NC
Sep 21, 2020

Last year it rained so instead of trick-or-treating we did a scavenger hunt for candy around the house.  My girls enjoyed it and I plan to do the same thing this Halloween due to covid19.

Sep 20, 2020

I love to go shopping for the candy!!!

MNichols18 by MNichols18 | LEXINGTON, SC
Sep 20, 2020

My oldest child is at an age where he wants to pick out his costume. This makes Halloween more exciting! Plus, I always enjoy seeing what other children in the neighborhood come up with. You can't leave out the teens either because at least they are trick or treating versus getting in trouble!