Available in various shapes like ghosts, bats, pumpkins, and witches, these Halloween candy bowls are now being used as succulent planters and they are adorable.
Halloween is going to be here sooner than you think and we are already getting into all things spooky. As a huge Halloween lover, I have already started binge-watching my favorite Halloween horror movies, buying a lot of Halloween decor to make my home Halloween-ready and constantly in search of more things to do.
But if you are looking out for creative, unique Halloween decor, Target has you covered for all your needs. Target is now selling Halloween candy bowls to keep -- well you guessed it right -- candies inside!
They are available in various shapes including ghosts, bats, pumpkins, and witches and the best part? They are absolutely adorable! Although most people would buy these Halloween candy bowls to keep their sweets, there are some creative people out there who are using it as succulent planters.
These Instagram-worthy succulent planters are not only adorable but they are also perfect Halloween decor for your homes.
Target called the candy bowls as an accent that can "instantly add a touch of frightful charm to your space." It also adds to "use it to serve candy to your family, or simply leave it empty for a fun, spooky accent." As reported by Pop Sugar.
And don't worry although they look really fancy and extremely cute, these Halloween candy bowls go easy on the wallet. You can get it for anything around just $3 to $10, depending on the size and shape. And with Halloween around the corner, these products are selling like crazy and you might want to get these bowls planters as soon as possible.
Now if you are looking for something a bit more spooky, you can even try out black succulents that are truly out of this world. If you are also obsessed with succulents, these ones are exactly what you need to spook up your Halloween decor.
These black succulents are indeed the perfect home decor for our cold, dark souls. Known as Sinocrassula yunnanensis, they come with densely packed clumps of rosettes.
The black succulent's pointed leaves might remind some of you of mini pine cones or hedgehogs. And they are basically dark green hue, however, that color is so dark that it looks more like black than green.
Will you be getting these Halloween products? Let us know!