Getting Your Trucks Halloween Ready: Ideas For Your Road Monster
Halloween is around the corner and you are busy transporting gifts to people across the country. You may not be able to go home, but you can have a little Halloween party inside your own truck. You can get all sorts of decorations, spill your creativity, and let your family know that you are also celebrating along with them. But, where do you start? Don’t worry, here are some ideas to get your creative juices flowing. You can build on them to make your very own Halloween-y truck.
Pumpkin ManiaWhat screams Halloween more than the good ol’ carved pumpkin? Nothing! So, why not start there? Instead of carving a pumpkin this year, paint some scary ones on the side of your truck. Make them have that evil laugh and let them scare people around with their hollow yellow eyes! A monster of a truck with monster pumpkins painted all over. Well, that’s some Halloween horror right there.
Clown-PhobiaThis is another good one. Clowns are supposed to be funny, but movies have made them frightening figures. And with IT, the 2017 movie, recently bringing back all the clown phobia trending, this is a good time to use it for Halloween. Get some clown dolls and put them on the dashboard, and around your truck. If you find time, do not forget to paint some scary “IT” clowns on your trucking rig. This will further add to the scary Halloween theme. However, if you are into comic books, you can also go for the legendary Joker on your truck. That would be one serious attention getter.
The Monster InsideThis is by far the easiest way for you to get into the whole scary “Halloween” vibe. All you have to do is paint some teeth on the front grill of your truck. This will make your truck look like a monster right out of a horror movie. It may take up very little time and effort. But, the overall effect of monster teeth on the huge truck will be big. You can paint a lot of things on the grill to have the same kind of powerful impact. It can be anything from yellow-orange fire to scary faces or something else.
The Double DoorsThis is another part of the truck that you can totally use for your Halloween decorations. Actually, you can do a lot here. Of course, you can paint whatever you want. But, consider something like witches creating a concoction in a cauldron or two small monsters asking people to enter the doors of hell, or something equally scary that has a mysterious edge. You can also hang a few decorations here and give it a 3D effect. The possibilities are endless.
Quaint HalloweenThese two words do not go together. But, if you are not in a mood to do a lot of paint and still wish to be part of the celebrations, then go shopping for soft toys. Get all kinds of pumpkins, scary dolls, and do not forget the red or yellow lights. Put them up in your truck and you have your very own Halloween party right inside your truck.