The colors of the leaves are changing, carved pumpkins and spooky decorations have begun to appear in front yards, and everybody is putting the finishing touches on their costumes. Halloween is just a few days away, and QR codes are coming out to play!
Whether you’re attending a costume party, trick-or-treating, watching scary movies with friends, or opting for a more socially distanced celebration, you can use Flowcode QR codes to enhance your Halloween experience in creative and unexpected ways.
What cool things can you do with QR codes?
You’ve probably scanned a QR code to access a restaurant menu or explore a product menu, but there are many other ways you can use QR codes to connect the offline and online worlds. Luckily, you can generate your own Halloween-themed QR code for FREE at Flowcode.
Here are the top four ways you can use Flowcodes this Halloween:
1. Use QR codes to share your costume inspiration
Halloween is exciting because you can dress up however you want and express your interests and personality. While the classic costumes – ghosts, clowns, witches, etc. – are still hits, many people like to go as more niche characters, pop culture references, or even their own creations.
Flowcodes are a quick and easy way to share your costume’s inspiration. With a quick scan, your friends and family can be sent to any URL on their phones, whether that’s a YouTube video, an image, or social media post.
You can subtly integrate a Flowcode into your costume to share what inspired your outfit. Flowcodes don’t look like the basic black and white QR codes and won’t distract from your ensemble. You can take advantage of lots of color and style design options to match your costume.
2. Use QR code to connect with your neighbors
Beyond the mountains of candy, trick-or-treating creates a sense of community and gives you the chance to connect with your neighbors.
Create a Flowcode and display it on your porch or mailbox to take your Halloween experience to the next level. Your neighbors can scan it and be sent to a virtual Halloween card, video message, or any other online destination.
If you won’t be home or have decided to have a socially distanced Halloween, this is a perfect way to still feel like you’re in on the action and participating in the festivities.
3. Use QR codes to contribute to an important cause
There are so many non-profits that work hard to ensure that as many kids as possible get to enjoy Halloween. These nonprofits distribute donated costumes, help support children’s hospitals, and fight childhood illnesses.
This Halloween, you can use QR codes to gather donations for nonprofits like these or any of your choosing. Create and display a Flowcode that links to a charity, and neighbors can donate to a nonprofit of your choice when they visit your house.
4. Use QR codes to upgrade your decorations
If you’re the type of person who likes to go all out while decorating your house, a Flowcode might be the cherry on top.
Add a Flowcode to your decor that scans to a spooky song, campfire story, or scary video to give visitors a memorable, interactive experience. Your Flowcode gives you a new way to create an immersive, atmospheric environment!
You can shop from a range of products on the Flowcode store including floor stickers, wall stickers, window clings, and more!
Want to make a Flowcode QR code for Halloween? Check out our website and create your own Flowcode now.