I’m just wondering….
The other day I saw this charming Halloween idea that I want to copy.
happy 18th day of October!
Maybe when I return home I will, but haven't yet.
Beautiful! I don't have an entry (apt) but it would be difficult to choose a favorite here.Pumpkins are so very expensive here ~ little ones are $10 +. Needless to say, I won't be buying any. :)Hope your weekend is wonderful!xoPat
Great inspiration. We have, but quite simply this year.
Those black cats are adorable! I bought a mum last weekend but have yet to get it in my urn so it is sitting on my front porch ~ so does that count? lol
Love the idea of serving hot cider for the little ones who stop by. Haven't done our entry yet, but working on it this week. It will be simple with new plants in the pots and perhaps some pumpkins. Saw a really cute clay jack-o-lantern at Lowe's today. May just add that to the steps. Would love to see what you do.
Oh...you tease!!Hope all is well with you, pretty lady!Jane xxxx
I kept my Halloween porch décor pretty simple this year using pumpkins and gourds from my garden, a few mums and some ornamental kale. ... Maybe one year I'll throw a Halloween party and go all out!
I took a potted plant in fall colors from the back porch an put it on the front porch. Whoohoo! I did decorate the back porch, which is where my friends come in. Maybe we should serve cider on Halloween. We always make a fire in the fire pit and sit out in the driveway for a couple of hours during trick or treating. Then we turn off our lights and walk down the street to a Halloween party. Yes we do smell like a campfire, but campfires are sexy, right?
So much inspiration here today Leslie! Normally my entry IS ready to go .. however under the circumstances there is nothing to decorate :( Next year I will make up for it! Hope you are enjoying your Sunday! xxL
We have had our pumpkins out for a few weeks now as we were preparing for our Thanksgiving. I love mixing fall mums with pumpkins. Great images.
I've hung a wreath for fall on the front door and put a couple of pumpkins out. Clearly, I need to do more! :-) One year I bought corn stalks and did that routine but in Southern California I think it might have looked like I was trying too hard. I like the idea of the candles and pumpkins lining the walkway to the front door.Karen
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