Trick-or-Treat, smell my feet, give me something good to eat! Utter aloud tiny witches, rubber-masked scamps, paper covered goblins, and bed-sheeted ghosts as they outspread a bag across for chocolate. 31st October is coming and its Halloween time!
Why is Halloween Celebrated?
Halloween is celebrated on the twilight of October 31st, the evening beforehand the Christian feast of All Saint’s Day. The Celts/the peoples of Iron Age or Medieval Europe believed that at the end of harvest season, Samhain, the lord of death becomes powerful and overpowers the sun god. Samhain brings together all the evil spirits who had died in the past year and enable them to return home to visit the living.
These days Halloween is celebrated as the festival of fun! Children dress up themselves as monsters, witches or ghosts. Let’s celebrate the festival which straddling the line between life and death, fall and winter and plenty and paucity. Throw a party on or around this day, make festival cards to invite your friends. Dress up as skeletons, ghosts, vampires, zombies or mummies by using many terrifying figures but the basic symbol of the Halloween is spiders, bats and pumpkins.
Make custom greeting cards (Card Maker App) and celebrate a festival that is connected with evil spirit! Knock the door say “Trick-or-Treat” lots of goodies are waiting for you.