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Halloween at Aldi

By Evette Garside @evette77

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Aldi is about to turn very spooky with the launch of some very inexpensive Halloween accessories, including costumes, masks, decorations, food and lots more.
We have been sent over some spooky goodies to test out.

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First our rather scary Pumkin mask. there are 3 other masks to be found and they are excellent value, costing just 79p each. They make a great addition to costumes.

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Also a spider headband. This one is probably more silly than scary but again would go with most outfits and again very cheap costing just £1.49 each.

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For those wanting to push the boat out this Halloween and decorate their whole house, there are these very low cost LED berry lights.

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The lights come with a choice of 3 colours and with 40 lights a piece. They work on batteries so can be hung literally anywhere. I think they would be best hung over those big hanging skeletons or horror statues. These lights cost just £4.99 each.

Finally and probably the best item is our big pack of Play Doh. in the packet are 15 small individual tubs of assorted colours.

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This Play doh was soft and squidgy enough to use straight from the tubs and is very easy to work with.

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Ryan seems to love this stuff. Jordanna started making some things but got fed up and walked off so it was left to Ryan to make some spooky creations.

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The Play doh does state that it’s suitable for ages 2 and over but I was a little wary about letting Izebella play with this just yet. I can imagine her trying to eat it and getting it everywhere, hence why she is not in the pictures either.
Anyway the Play doh costs just £4.99 for a 15 pack and will bring lots of fun even once Halloween is over.
So for a relatively inexpensive Halloween I would advise everyone to get down to their local Aldi as products seem to sell out very fast in stores. Many of their Halloween products can also be viewed on their website here.

Aldi also have a cool range of downloadable crafts and activities here

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