I love Halloween! It is my all time favorite Holiday ever! I remember loving it since I was a little girl. I love spooky things and pumpkins! Ghost stories and scary movies! I love Halloween pranks even more. Did you know that Best Buy has some amazing ideas on how to use technology to make Halloween a bit more spooky and fun with products from their store! Check it out here. One of my favorite pranks that I want to share with you is the Haunted House Preserved Head! You have to see the video below for yourself. 

All it takes is a digital camera, a color printer and a little creativity. You can find all you need to make this happen at Best Buy! How do you make this prank happen? First of all, visit your local Best Buy and find a camera of your choosing. They have so many brands to choose from! Look for the employees in the blue shirts to help you choose if you need to. You can score photo editing software and a laptop there too! After you edit your photo as seen in the video, print it out and get it laminated! If you don't have a printer, Best Buy has one of those for you too! Fill a jar with water. You can add a few drops of food coloring to make it look dirty. Seal the jar and you are done! Add everyone's faces in the jar for some amazing fun! You can even put them in the fridge to really freak someone out! 
Photo Credit: http://www.boredpanda.com
What do you think? Is this something you are going to try and do this year? Will make a great addition to a haunted house! Another idea would be to make a bunch and put them all on the porch to freak out the trick or treaters!!! Visit Best Buy on their website to see all of the products you can buy to get started today! You can also visit them on their social media to stay up to date with the latest!
*Disclaimer: The reviewer has been compensated in the form of a Best Buy Gift Card and/or received the product/service at a reduced price or for free*
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