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October 27, 2019
Halloween is right around the corner and it's time to start thinking about how you are going to pass out candy! Getting up to answer your door every few minutes can get tiresome, if not annoying and leaving a bowl out isn't any fun. Looking for a different, more comfortable way to pass out candy seems to be the only option to this predicament. We, at Abba Patio, have a great idea to help you and the energetic little trick-or-treaters get the most out of your Halloween.
The best way, in our opinion, is creating a stylish, cozy, outdoor spot that all of your neighbors will be jealous of. Now how do you get a perfect cozy spot together? Well we will help you there. First of all is location. Some people set up in the front yard or driveway. This will give you enough room to relax and the kids will be able to find you easily.
Next you need some shelter, it can get cold on these October nights and even if you live in a warmer climate it's nice to create a small enclosed spot. Abba Patios canopies with walls or Porta - Pop will give your candy handout station a cozy and accessible feel while also giving you shelter. If you decorate the canopy with some lights it will make the spot bright, giving the kids a nice spot to rest before heading back out for more goodies. Most parents will appreciate a small break as well.
With the canopy up you can throw some chairs and a table into place so there's a place to relax. All that's left is to decorate with some spooky decor and enjoy the night!
Alternatively you can add a fireplace outside of the canopy for more light and aesthetic. Just make sure it's not too close to the canopy for safety. With the fire going you can set up your area outside the canopy and put food or drinks inside to make a nice little spot to grab a snack before heading back out to the fire.
So grab a few friends and pass out candy in style this year with Abba Patio.
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