Ginger and Cocoa, two Dachshunds from Williamsport, PA, dress up
for their local Humane Society's Halloween fundraiser. We dog owners
(dog owned-ers!) can really get caught up in the holiday spirit, can't we?
This chandelier might be taking the Halloween theme a bit far.
It's quite ghoulish but, at the same time, eerily fascinating.
Remember when . . . . . . . .
. . . .way back in the olden days we Trick-or-Treated
with noisemakers to scare off the ghosts!
And, we put a lot of time into designing our homemade costumes.
Need some last minute front door decoration inspiration?
Was there ever a more perfect treat?
Make this easy candy corn inspired dessert with
pudding, canned fruit, and whipped cream. Yum!
This mummy-inspired cake was made with vanilla fondant
strips and googly candy eyes from the Dollar Tree.
The Halloween tablescape, below, was created with covered cans,
spray-painted tree branch, and construction paper. So cute.
Create darling Halloween topiaries with styrofoam
balls, straight pins, candy, and repurposed jars.
Extend the life of your front porch pumpkin by decorating it with
buttons and bows. This saves your pumpkin for those favorite
Thanksgiving recipes. Very fleaChic!
Regardless of how you celebrate it, have a safe and fun Halloween.
Hurricane Sandy update: I sincerely thank those of you who prayed and uplifted my family during the devastating storm. They're fine, warm, and (Hallelujah!) had their electricity restored late last night. We are so grateful.