Aldi Is Selling Glow-In-The-Dark Roses For Halloween
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And now, Aldi has the perfect ornament to make our homes scary yet still chic with these gorgeous glow-in-the-dark roses.
For those looking to put the ‘boo!’ in ‘beautiful’, the Halloween bouquet (priced at a very reasonable £4.99) includes a mixture of glow in the dark chrysanthemums and roses – giving an ethereal green glow when all the lights are off.
Meanwhile, the Hocus Pocus bouquet (cheaper still at only £4.49) includes five roses in either classic white or pumpkin-orange with blood edges.
Who says spooky can’t be stylish?
If you’re keen on making these intriguing new flowers part of your Halloween centrepiece, then they’re available to buy from Aldi from the 28th October.
But as they’re classed as Aldi Specialbuys, they’re of limited stock – so once they’re gone, they’re gone for good. Run, don’t walk, guys!
In other Halloween décor news, some people have decided to create their very own Halloween trees as their living room centrepiece during spooky season.
Because who says a tree is just for Christmas?
The spooky decor has been popping up all over our social media feeds - and we've got to admit, we're a teeny bit obsessed.
Mum Gemma Evans told Tyla that in her house, Halloween is always a big occasion. And with everything going on this year, Gemma wanted to make the occasion extra special for her kids.
"Halloween is usually a big thing for us, but this year I wanted to make it extra special for the children as they have missed out on so much this year, I didn't want them to miss anymore. My twins love it!" Gemma explained.
But you don’t have to break the bank either with your creepy tree.
Jo Price explained it's the first time she's tried a Halloween tree, but with all the restrictions in place, she wanted to be a little extra for the kids.
"This is the first year I've done it, with all the restrictions we wanted to go a little extra and still make it feel festive. The children absolutely love it," she told us.
Jo explained they even managed to keep it on a budget, with everything costing less than £30.
You can see some of our favourite examples here…