Have you decorated your house for Halloween? We have. Come and see.
Some of our decorations are obvious, like the bats flying out of an empty picture frame and across the wall.
Others are more subtle, like Chopin’s “Funeral March” left open on the piano.
But everything is either homemade (like the bats and garland), already ours (like the music), or inexpensive (like all the tiny pumpkins). I think I’ve spent maybe $30 total on Halloween decor over the last two years. Simple. Cheap. Mostly reusable.
(Which reminds me…I’m thinking about adding these artificial mini gourds and pumpkins to the collection so I don’t keep having to buy baby pumpkins every year. Plus then I wouldn’t have to worry about gourd guts exploding everywhere when the girls decide to start throwing my decorations across the room. Yikes.)
is at his writing desk.
And this time he’s quoting Shakespeare instead of Poe, which was the obvious choice last year.
Some artwork was added or changed out, like these Dia de los Muertos revelers and a new print from Caravan Shoppe.
Best part is, all we really have to do is put away the skull
and other creepy stuffs and we’re ready for Thanksgiving.
What does your house look like this time of year?
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