With Halloween only a few days away, it's time for San Tan Valley's Spookiest House contest and we want you to enter!
If you think you have the spookiest house in San Tan Valley, please email pictures/video of your Halloween decorations to news @ santanvalley.com or message us your photos via Facebook messenger at https://www.facebook.com/santanvalley by Sunday Oct 28th at 9pm. Let us know your name, housing community (and address) and we will automatically enter you into "San Tan Valley's Spookiest House" contest!
Have you seen a great home in San Tan Valley that you think should be entered to win? Take some pics, and send them to us, along with the address and housing community info. (Be sure to let us know that it isn't your home.)
So how does the contest work?
- Submit your photos by Sunday Oct 28th at 9pm.
- SanTanValley.com staff will sort through all of the entries and pick our favorites.
- Those favorites will then be posted on our Facebook page, the week of Halloween, and the picture with the most likes will WIN!
We are looking for the spookiest house in San Tan Valley remember, so entries should have a "spook factor" about them :) If your home has lights, a tour, activities, etc, feel free to send us a video of your home as well as photos!
Voting will begin Monday Oct 29th. Good luck to everyone!
- 2017 - The Ashcroft Residence - Taylor Ranch
- 2016 - The McCaslin Residence - Pecan Creek South
- 2015 - The McCaslin Residence - Pecan Creek South
- 2014 - The Reyna Residence - Johnson Ranch
- 2013 - Jeff & Elyssa Mock - Laredo Ranch
Here's a little extra something to do with the kids too this year.
Total Time 1 hour
Stationed on a walkway or porch, these homemade lanterns will extend a ghostly greeting and good-bye to all your holiday visitors.
What you'll need
- Clean plastic gallon milk jugs
- Black permanent marker
- Craft knife
- String of 50 clear low-wattage holiday lights
How to make it
- Draw ghost eyes and mouths on the jugs. Tip: Leave the caps on while you do this, so the jugs don't dent.
- Use the craft knife to cut a half-dollar-size hole in the back of each jug (a parent's job).
- Arrange the ghosts near each other and string the lights between them, stuffing several bulbs into each of the jugs.