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Halloween House tour…..come on if you dare!

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Halloween House tour…..come on if you dare!

Boo! Happy Halloween!

Boo! Happy Halloween!

At our house we love Halloween, more fun than frightening!

The front porch becomes the main attraction to welcome the trick or treaters!

We hope you enjoy the treats and a few tricks to help you do it yourself!

Halloween DIY Decorating, Halloween Decorating

Ribbon tied in half bows then gather ingredients with fun signs, ghosts, and pumpkins

The garland around the front door is where we started. I love to leave in the permanent screws to secure the holiday decorations.

Now to add the finishing touches.

The carriage lights need a Halloween bow.

The carriage lights need a Halloween bow.

Bow is tied and wired to the top of carriage light

Bow is tied and wired to the top of carriage light

Whimsical Halloween bow adds the finishing touch!

Whimsical Halloween bow adds the finishing touch!

The big planter needs to be "Tricked" out.

The big planter needs to be “Tricked” out.

Adding a Twister Grass wreath to match to garland fits just right.

Adding a Twister Grass wreath to match the garland, fits just right.

Black and orange pops against the lime green potato vine

Black and orange pops against the lime green potato vine

Matching bow is wired on to Twister grass wreath.

Matching bow is wired on to Twister grass wreath.

Theme-Halloween, color story Orange, Black and White, ribbon choice supports both

Theme-Halloween, color story Orange, Black and White, ribbon choice supports both

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Add in a contrasting black and white diamond pattern ribbon.

Add in a contrasting black and white diamond pattern ribbon.

Finish off by tying the Black and white polka dot over the middle

Finish off by tying the Black and white polka dot over the middle

"Has any one seen my sister?" add in witch legs and a broom for some laughs!

“Has any one seen my sister?” add in witch legs and a broom for some laughs!

White bench is accented with a Happy Halloween roll pillow (Miss Cayce’s Christmas Store, in Midland), fresh pumpkins and a black cauldron filled with orange mums (courtesy of La Casa Verde Nursery, Midland)

“Trick or treat, smell my feet give me something good to eat!”

BooooOOOOOOooooooooo!

Happy Halloween!

Happy Decorating y’all,

Becky and Kathy

P.S. next blog, a peek inside as the Halloween house tour becomes spooky fun!


4 comments

  • Sherry Jacobson: October 11, 2015

    I stumbld across this repost on Pinterest.The style reminded me of Miss Caycee’s, my favorite store, when I lived in TX. I was shocked to see it was your store!!!

  • wanda: October 07, 2013

    Hello Becky and Kathy
    I do want to know how to fix this pot with the witches legs standing in it and where can you get these legs or how can you make them? I love this ideal so much that I want to do this at my front door on my big country porch! and I also think that having a Santa head pop up would be great to for Christmas any ideal on that one?

  • Shannon : October 01, 2013

    I absolutely love your entryway Halloween decor.
    I’m wondering what you attach all the ornaments and bows to?
    When I do my entryway for Christmas it’s easy because I use the green garland, but I can’t think of what to use for Halloween?
    If you have time I would love to hear your secret.
    Thank you and happy decorating!

  • Shannon : October 01, 2013

    I absolutely love your entryway Halloween decor.
    I’m wondering what you attach all the ornaments and bows to?
    When I do my entryway for Christmas it’s easy because I use the green garland, but I can’t think of what to use for Halloween?
    If you have time I would love to hear your secret.
    Thank you and happy decorating!

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