Halloween Recap Well I only got to one of the new list of craft projects I posted on previously: Shrunken Heads Apple Cider. I found that the apple faces were not always visible—meaning I don’t think I got credit for the 20 minutes I spent carving faces on apples. So I will probably just do my regular apple cider next year. But I did want to share some creations that you can save for next year. Halloween Backdrop Yarn Spider Webs Pumpkin Place Card Holders Trash bag / Black T
Here is where I’m at on the Halloween staging that’s going on around our home. Kitchen china cabinet staging steps: Kitchen open shelves: Here we have the orange/coral Fiestaware (which are our everyday dishes in all colors) filled with spider web and spiders, bottles with food colored water and scary content labels, more of the $1 variety Halloween finds, anatomy drawing book opened up to a creepy page (Creepy only because it’s for Halloween—normally this is just scientific.
I love Halloween. No really, I LOVE HALLOWEEN!!! Costumes, creepy, spooky, candy, skeletons, spiders, and bats—Oh my! I think I have as much Halloween décor as Christmas décor. Most of the Halloween décor I have bought is of the inexpensive variety from Target $1 Spot, Dollar Tree, Walmart 97¢ OR have been product samples from my retail industry jobs purchased at discount employee only rates—lucked out on a carload of pumpkins and skulls one year! So excited that day!!! Here