I’ve gone over the fun Halloween merchandise to be found at Home Depot and Lowe’s this year, so let’s move on to the next store on my list: Walmart.
Love it or hate it, I’m sure you have a Walmart near you, and I’m pretty sure you spend a buck or two here each week. I, myself, spend many bucks, but that’s beside the point.
I might not love the place, but it still makes me happy to walk in and see their display.
No. It’s not spectacular or anything, but just look! There are costumes, big bags of candy, decorations, orange, and black everywhere! Really, anything Halloween gives me the warm fuzzies.
Walmart’s decorations are pretty run-of-the-mill, but they’d still be enough to really spookify your house inside and out. Hanging ghosts, skeletons, tombstones, lighting, cobwebs – you’ve got all you need right here.
And they did have these two little skeletal garden gnomes that I was quite taken with. I haven’t seen these anywhere else, so Walmart definitely wins the Halloween garden gnome race. That should be a thing if it isn’t already. Just look at these cool, little things.
They have a small selection of skeletons and skeleton animals. Because who doesn’t these days?
Walmart also has a great selection of Halloween-themed hats to keep your ears warm when you’re trick-or-treating. You know. If you’re lucky, and it’s not still 80 degrees by the end of the month. Cross your fingers, folks.
And Walmart also has a nice selection of non-costume Halloween makeup and nail art. Here’s some of my favorites.
So, no, Walmart might not be crazy innovative in the Halloween department, but if you’re looking for crazy animatronics, go to Spirit Halloween or Halloween Express.
Next up on my review is Target, so check back soon.