Tuesday, October 4, 2011

My Halloween Decor

Say Hello to Fred. He has been with us two years now. We purchased him last October at Target, then put him in the truck with a wig and sunglasses and drove around town just for laughs. 
This year he is wearing a vintage wedding dress at the dinner table.

 My youngest has creeped some people out with him. She took him everywhere for awhile. Even drug him into the sandbox to play. It's funny to see a tiny 3 year old dragging around a skeleton and calling him by name, having tea parties and conversations.
I made the Halloween sign from an old piece of furniture that broke off. Painted and distressed!
 The rosettes were made from card stock and a $1.00 stamp at Michaels.



 This is George...all of our critters and creatures have names!
 Here the rats are trying to sneak into the sugar bowl.

I'm having a lot of fun with the $1.00 Trick or Treat Stamp. 
Both of my oldest kids have smaller birthday parties this year because we are gearing up for a giant Halloween party. Woohoo!!

Linking to:
My Uncommon Slice of Suburbia
Momma Hen's Coop  
Faded Charm 
DIY By Design 
Modern Country Style 
Shabby Creek Cottage 
The DIY Show Off 
Simply Designing 
Whipperberry 
French Country Cottage 

25 comments:

  1. love..love! that owl is so cute and that stamp..wow..getting a lot of mileage out of it i can see! i must look for it! ;)

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  2. The story of Fred really makes me laugh--and he doesn't creep me out as much as George!:) I love your halloween decorating--your blog is beautiful and I am your newest follower!

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  3. ...i spy, with my little eye,
    George!!
    i have a "George" too...only my owlies name is Henry, he is married to Lily (she is a snow owl) and they have a fledgeling of 9 baby owls ~ LOL!!
    look at us, naming our fun props!!
    love it!!
    xo, Rosemary

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  4. Best mix of creepy & shabby I've ever seen!

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  5. HA!

    hope you'll stop by and enter my giveaway!

    michele

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  6. ooohhh... can you imagine a kid peeking in the window. Scary :). Fun!

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  7. Looks great Nicki!!
    LOVE that owl and where it is perched!

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  8. Nicki, you win the prize for best Halloween decor, my friend. Excellent!!!

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  9. Oh my goodness!! I had to do a double take to see who that was sitting at your table....scary!

    But I love it that you've named him!!

    Thank you so much for linking up to to Modern Country Style's Fall In Love link party.

    Sarahx

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  10. This is so cool, I love Fred and how cute is that that your 3 year old loves him too!
    Coming over from Sarah's party!
    Have a great day.
    xo

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  11. Everything looks great - I especially like the owl!

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  12. Love it all!!!! I think Fred is awesome! I was looking for a somewhat life-size or large size skeleton for our parlour to sit at the harmonium!

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  13. Somebody get me a fainting couch because I am about to swoon.

    I adore it all.

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  14. Wow! Now that looks fun, or should I say spoooky! You did a beautiful job, and know your family and friends will enjoy it! I love how your youngest has warmed up to the skeleton... ":o)

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  15. Fred is so cute! Love how he works perfectly in your room :)

    Coley @
    www.whatyoumakeit-coley.blogspot.com

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  16. Hi. I am popping over from Sarahs (Modern Country Style) Happy Fall.

    Such a cultured Fred . . . lace and all.

    Fondly,
    Glenda
    #48

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  17. I heart your Halloween decor!! Thanks for sharing!!

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  18. Love your Halloween decor! Both Fred and George are fab *winks* I can just imagine the looks as your three yr old toted Fred around! Lol! Vanna

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  19. Your home decor is fabulous! Love your spooky guest at the table! Everything looks so creative and fun!
    Happy Halloween!
    Hugs,
    Terri

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