Of course, we’re all privy to the long-time debate on whether Nightmare Before Christmas is a Halloween movie or a Christmas movie. Everyone has thoughts but if you’re looking for some Halloween decorations, these are worth looking into.
Created by Gemmy, you have your choice of delightful Halloween decorations to put up before the season ends. While the brand features some bigger items, you can always grab something smaller to keep in the house.
Some Halloween fans want to go big while others just want to add a few little touches of Halloween so no matter where you fall, Gemmy and Home Depot have you covered for the Halloween season.
Gemmy shares new Nightmare Before Christmas decorations at Home Depot.
Let’s break down the products Gemmy shared with us and give you a look at how spookified your home can look. First up is the Airblown Inflatable Archway which features Oogie Boogie and it is 13 feet by 10 feet. In addition, there is a Jack Skellington in a sleigh shaped like a coffin which is a fun mix of the two holidays.
Lastly for inflatables, Gemmy has some of the Nightmare Before Christmas characters including Jack Skellington, Oogie Boogie, Sally, and Zero. Given how beloved this movie is, I can see a lot of people grabbing these or at least, wanting them for next year. It’s especially cool if you’re doing a different theme every year.
If you’re looking for something to add some pizzazz to your house, you could either grab a Jack Skellington plush which dances to a version of “This is Halloween,” or an Oogie Boogie that dances to “Oogie Boogie’s Song.” Last but not least, you can complete the look with some Jack Skellington string lights that sing along with your choice of battery-powered lights in the styles of Jack and Oogie.
As mentioned, you can grab all of these exclusively in Home Depot stores and online. Of course with Halloween vastly approaching, it’s time to grab those decorations, costumes, and everything you need.
What do you think of these Halloween inflatables? Will you be grabbing some for 2023 and beyond?