Tuesday, October 4, 2011

A little Spooky!!

 I love Halloween....
 I love to unpack and spend the day decorating.
 I love these sweet planters

 anyway I thought I would share a few little spooks
do any of you decorate for Halloween?
I admire those homes in town that go all out for Halloween decorations in there yards.
I must admit I tend to like the sweeter side of this spooky holiday!


  1. I only put a few things out for Halloween. We will decorate the entry hall for the trick or treaters who come by. I see your little tin teacups there on the shelf!!

  2. I love all of your stuff, I would love to come to your house and see all of it and 'trick or treat' too! - I don't have very many decorations but use what I have. xo

  3. I really love your decorations, they are really qute! Halloween is quite a new tradition here in Norway and the not so sweet side of it has had a tendancy to overtake. I usually make a scary party and we all dress up, have scary cakes and scary food ;)I also make a huge red punch and fill it with spiders, worms and other horrible plastic things. There aren`t many children round here, so we invite. Almost forgot the pumpkins...just love making pumkin lanterns :)! Enjoy your decorating, october and halloween:), hugs Pamela

  4. No halloween decoration here….In the Netherlands people don't celebrate
    halloween…it's a pity ;O) Two years ago we'd a halloween party at the house of Australian friends….it was amazing :O)…
    Have fun Heidi!!!

  5. I see that your are ready for halloween! we don't have it here, but i was doing some decorations when the children were little! Catherine

  6. We have some Halloween things here, Heidi, expecially in shops, but it's not our tradition, anyhow there are some new Halloween party, when I was a girl there were not. Nowadays the children makes some Halloween at school, not everyone, but it is increasing every year.
    I love all your pumpkins! you have a funny happy home!

  7. I love the funny Halloween things. In our village there is a Halloween bicycle tour. Thats very spooky!
    Lieve groetjes

  8. that's awesome you put up the halloween decorations up already!! :D

  9. awww you have some sweet scary things ;-)) I used to dress the window and house up when the boys were little. Now we just make pumpkin lanterns and they sit outside the house. dee xx

  10. What cute spooky things you have! Your house is all ready for Halloween. Love the little witch! Diane

  11. Love all your scary bits and bobs! Must be fun at yours on Halloween! I think the US go in for Halloween in a huge way unlike the UK!
    Nowadays for us (with a teenage daughter)we tend not to decorate much but just carve a pumpkin or two for the front porch with a tea light ready for trick or treaters - thats about it!
    I remember going touring Holland one autumn and nearly every door step had a display or pumpkins!
    We just dont do that here!
    Gill xx

  12. Halloween in the UK is traditionally a bit nasty, and Christians there have tended to avoid it. I prefer the way that it's cute and friendly in the US! Here in France it's treated a bit like a second Mardi Gras - another chance to dress up and parade around, but it's not as important as the real Carnaval, of course. We do love pumpking carving, though, and tend to celebrate British Bonfire Night (Nov 5th) with carved pumpkins still glowing on our gateposts.

  13. I adore Halloween, always have since being a little girl. I decorate the house, garlands, lanterns, all sorts, everywhere. I heart your Halloween decorations so much, we just don't get the same trinkets in the UK. The witch is so sweet and the smiley pumpkins too. x

  14. Isn't Halloween fun!!! So many wonderful memories, I just loved it as a kid. It was the one night a year I could go off into the night with my friends and my parents didn't tag along! Don't think my mother would allow that anymore! I love all the decorations you put up, totally cute!!!!

  15. Hi Heidi,

    It does look spooky in your house!!! We don't really do very much about it in Holland. I suppose it is something typically American.

    Enjoy your decorating :-)!

    Lieve groet, Madelief x

  16. You must have a lot of stuff woman!! At least you are organised and neat about it all!

  17. So many super cute and pretty thing! Adorable post!
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  18. hello mrs h
    honestly hate halloween
    love the fact that
    i am back online
    and in bulgaria
    where i can
    catch up
    with your near
    arctic antics
    hair looking good
    mrs camera shy


  19. Hello dear Heidi,

    sorry for being so long abscented in the blogworld and here on your interesting blog. Your halloween decoration looks great and the party crasher is too funny. I love to see wild animals in the nature (okay here in front of your house -big grin-).
    I have no halloween decoration at home only two big pumpinks made of glass which are laying in the garden.
    I love your header - you know my passion for enamelware. Today I was on a little flea market and found two enamelware things which I will show next week. Tomorrow we will go to two pretty fleas - hope it isn´t raining.

    Have a nice sunday,

  20. you have to have the most unique halloween stuff of everyone!

  21. What fun.....I have a few things I spread around the house but nothing as fun as your treasures. Hugs to you my friend.

  22. I have so many Halloween decorations but since I've been in the flat haven't had time to decorate and think I'll be short of time this year too!!! I am visiting my brother though to take the children trick or treating and they'll have some decor up!

    Victoria xx

  23. Thanks for sharing your spooks with us. We don't do much over here, but when the kids were younger I think they went trick or treating once.

    We don't decorate like you do that's for sure. x

  24. hallow e'en.
    such a great runner up to christmas, even if halloween isn't the same thing over here. we just miss the ball, i'm telling ya!
    even thanksgiving we're doing up the wrong way 'round...

  25. I love all this spooky goodness. Next year my darling girl will have her 13th birthday on Friday the 13th, what better way to party than the gruesome, spooky, scary way?? Love Posie