Halloween Gift Guide

Orange and pinkish purple text stating "Adafruit's Electronic Halloween" with an animated image of a jack-o-lantern with one blue LED, one green LED, one red LED, Cappy the blue and black capacitor in a Mario-style costume, AdaBot the blue robot in an astronaut costume, and Mho the resistor in a ghost costume

We're crunching leaves under our feet, we're slurping apple cider, we're marking up our calendars with trips to the pumpkin patch, which all means...Halloween is just around the corner! And we are so here for it.

That being said, it can be tricky picking just the right flourish to tie together your costume design or finish your fright-tastic front-lawn setup, so we thought we’d treat you to a list of some of our spooky season favorites.

For those of you who don't know exactly what your mad scientist is cooking up, we also suggest Adafruit Gift Certificates.

Scroll down to see some of our fav products and guides from the Adafruit Learning System that will make your Halloween a little bit spookier! 

Petrifying Products

Killer Kits

Bewitching Bits and Bobs

Ghostly Guides

Build a model TARDIS or dress your pet as one with this wearable-scale project
Become your favorite video game character with 3d printing and diy electronics
What's in the box? Open it and find out! AHHHHhhhh!!!
Glowing NeoPixel Jewel Eyes
A no-soldering Halloween project
Breathe spooky life into an old radio by adding a Feather microcontroller to read the dial and play mysterious sounds and music!
Make a spooky digital portrait come to life with a Raspberry Pi Zero image player
This is Hallowing..this is Hallowing... Hallowing! Hallowing!
Create bitmapped light paintings with HalloWing or Circuit Playground Express!
Answer any question with a shake of the Magic 9 Ball!
Create your own motion reactive laser swords with the HalloWing and NeoPixel strip.
The not-so-mystifying oracle
You can turn a milk jug into a light diffusing, screaming, inner-lit skull filled with HalloWing-driven NeoPixels
Scare someone with a rubber spider or roach dropped right in front of their face! HalloWing with a PIR sensor and servo motor do your scaring for you!
Trick or treat with this Xenomorph candy bucket
Yo dawg, I heard you like monsters, so we put a MONSTER M4SK in a monster mask…
Creepy Eye Candy Bowl
Bluetooth Controlled Lights and Sounds
Electronic eyes, similar to those in Adafruit projects, make their big-box-store Halloween debut
Light up the dance floor with a gradient color pattern driven by the colors around you!
Glow in the Dark Wearable Acessories
100+ Hints and Tips
Build an interactive tombstone for Halloween