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Here’s How to Cast a Halloween Projection on the Windows of Your House This Year 

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We all know that shopping for Halloween begins on August 1.

So if you already have a shopping list of specific Halloween decor you would like to buy this year (because who doesn’t), trust me when I say that you’re going to want to add a few more things to that list.

After all, there’s no such thing as having too much Halloween decorations.

So, take the outside of your house to the next level on the spooky radar with this homemade Halloween projection you can create right at home!

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Thanks to TikToker @thehalloweenpage, we know now how to make the house come alive this Halloween season!

And the best part is that you’ll only need a few supplies to get started on this Halloween project including a bluetooth speaker, an LED flood light, a shower curtain liner, and a projector!

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To start, you’ll want to first setup your projector, (which can be found on Amazon) and connect it to your laptop.

Once you’ve finished hooking up your laptop to the projector, you’ll then want to find and select a few of your favorite scary videos to project onto your house’s front window.

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Hang a shower curtain liner on one of the window’s inside of your home to create a screen that the projector will cast on once it’s turned on and running.

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The bluetooth speaker will be used to play the sound from your videos, just make sure to connect the speaker via bluetooth to your laptop as well!

Place the speaker in a bush on your front lawn or behind a tree trunk so it’s hidden.

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Take your flood light and place them outside in the front of the house as well; you’ll want to make sure you set up your flood lights near the window that you’re planning to cast the videos onto.

Pick any color to cause attention to your windows or a color that matches the video that’s playing; you can find flood lights on Amazon just incase you need one or two!

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Turn on the projector, the bluetooth speaker, your flood lights, and press play on your selected scary Youtube video to watch the magic happen!

Prepare for your home to look like an actual haunted house this year.

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