ANCHORAGE Traditionally, Halloween decorations are black and orange, occasionally some purple and lime green to blend, but now the color turquoise is added to the list.
However, this is not a traditional decorative color, but the Teal Pumpkin Project, launched in 2014. You put a turquoise pumpkin on your porch to tell the kids that you can offer them something other than possibly allergy-friendly foods
It's a way to show food-allergic tricks or treaters that are anything but Have food.
It can be stickers, glow sticks or even toy vampire teeth. One in 1
No turmeric squash? No problem. There are several flyers that can be printed online for free. You can also put it in the hands of the children by asking if they would like sweets or a prize.
For more information about the Teal Pumpkin project, click here.