Last month I visited multiple shops looking for fall home decor inspiration. I always love to see various new ideas and ways to display the season’s beauty. Today’s photos are from a trip to Bealls Outlet. It is a Florida discount store that offers clothing, home goods, and kitchen ware geared for the Sunbelt climates. Their seasonal display this year is huge. Previously I shared fall decor inspiration from this trip. Today let’s have fun with Halloween decorations.Read More
My October Porch
I’m recycling a post from the past, my October porch 2016. This year I have a wreath and 2 potted yellow hibiscus shrubs but that year was a time for more fall decoration. I hope you enjoy it. My porch is hard to decorate as it is long and thin with no steps.
The weather here in central Florida is getting a little cooler with less humidity, but it’s still like summer in comparision to up north. Highs still in the 80’s and mostly blue skies and white clouds. I’m looking forward to cooler weather in the next two months.
Halloween Vampire Gnome Printable
October is the month for cute Halloween treats and decorations. Today’s free printable is a little vampire gnome for Halloween. He’s a cutie and sized 8″ x 10″.
4 Day of the Dead Prints
Halloween is the second most popular holiday in the United States. We love to decorate with all things spooky. Today I’m sharing Halloween decorations with a Mexican flair – Day of the Dead prints. Read More
Halloween Spider Eggs
Today’s treat is another fun food art for your Halloween gatherings – Deviled eggs decorated with black olive spiders. Like last Monday’s recipe for Monster Eyes, use your favorite deviled egg recipe or mine. If you want a gross monster look, add a few drops of green food coloring to the egg yolk filling. I’m not crazy about food coloring, and I stayed with the traditional yellow filling. I think it’s still fun. Cut your eggs in half lengthwise and fill with your deviled egg mixture.Read More
Vintage Halloween Pumpkin Card
If you’ve visited me before, you may know I love graphics and vintage graphics in particular. Today’s printable is based on a vintage Halloween card with a child, large pumpkin, and Halloween Greeting. I added a border and reformatted for printing. It is sized 8″ x 10″. Read More
Halloween Monster Eyes
Halloween will be here in a few weeks and it’s a time of celebration and fun! This year I am adapting deviled eggs for monster fun. Use your favorite deviled egg recipe or try this one. If you want a gross monster look, add a few drops of green food coloring to the egg yolk filling. I’m not crazy about food coloring, but I am showing you my result. The amount of coloring is up to you. I think they’re still fun with the traditional yellow filling. Cut your eggs in half lengthwise and fill.
Polka Dots & Skeletons
Halloween is next week and I finally have my Halloween table ready. I started with a small roll of fabric and a bag of trim I got at the thrift store. $1.00 for the fabric and $1.50 for the bag of trim.