Holidays, Spooky Visit

Aaaarrrrrggghhh…

 

 

Ahoy mateys!

 

 

I’m here to give you a spoooooky welcome!

 

 

I’ve been having some BOOS to celebrate your arrival

 

 

 

Come on in, we’re ready for spooky fall fun

 

 

A haunted house, a pumpkin pile, along with other fluff

 

 

Makes for a scene of very spooky stuff…

 

 

Be brave and visit the snack station, with many a face

 

 

 

It  can be a very scary place  👻

 

 

 

A skeleton bucket is full of treats, but it’s guarded by goblins and other creeps…

 

 

 

Flatware, plates stand ready with just a few motions

 

 

 

Goblet type glasses are ready for potions

 

 

Don’t forget to grab a napkin from the mouth of the ghost

But beware of the bottles the witch wants you to try for a toast

 

 

Before you go, stop by and pick up a pumpkin from the farm

 

 

 

I promise these pumpkins will do you no harm

 

 

Thanks so much for dropping by,

It’s hard to see you with my patch covered eye

 

 

My weary old bones had to have a seat, waiting for you to Trick or Treat!

 

 

 

Come back soon by the light of the moon!

Juicy Details

skeleton/Costco last year

skeleton bucket and plates/Home Goods last year

haunted house, ghost napkin holder/Target last year

potion bottles/Old Time Pottery

Pumpkin Farm here

utensil holders/Nora Fleming on amazon

painted glassware tutorial here

Spooky pillow and other Spooky stuff Society 6 here

25% off everything Oct 15-16!  Still time to get Halloween things!

see Halloween Collection here

see Autumn Collection Here

see Jolly Holiday Here

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I will be joining these fabulous parties and blogs:

Rustic and RefinedBetween Naps on the Porch, Gardens Galore  Make it Pretty Monday

Coastal CharmCooking and Crafting with J&J,  The Scoop,   A Stroll Thru Life 

Celebrate and Decorate,   Oh My Heartsie Girl  Creatively Crafty      Full Plate Thursday

Foodie Friday & Everything Else    Thursday Favorite Things   Home Matters

Share it One More Time   Delicious Dishes Recipe Party    Sundays at Home

Celebrate & Decorate Halloween Party       Hauntingly Beautiful Halloween Party

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31 Responses to “Holidays, Spooky Visit”
  1. Mary says:

    Jenna, Your pirate skeleton resting his weary bones on your bench is the perfect Halloween welcome for trick-or-treaters at your beach home…love his festive scarf and parrot skeleton pal! While it’s too early for booze this morning it’s never too early for boos for me. Thanks for the scary fun, I bet your grands get a kick out of him, along with your spooky snacks and chips!

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  2. Lynn says:

    The hook and peg leg are hilarious Jenna! The kids will flip out-have fun:@)

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  3. You are so into fall and I love it! That IS a spooky visit!

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  4. Very festive – my fav is the skeleton, having a cocktail!!

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  5. Jenna, what fun when your trick-or-treaters arrive at your door with the bone-tired skeleton greeting them! Your grands have a fun, Halloween-loving grandmother… lots of spooky going on on the coast! Happy Sunday~

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  6. Sharon Mann says:

    You are having so much fun Jenna! I love your Halloween displays, so creative,

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  7. “…some BOOS…” That’s funny! Heck, I’ll take it! So you and I strike again on stuff we have bought in common. I have that same Esben beachwood flatware! I regret having only bought a 4 Place settings, but perhaps I’ll add on later. It’s so nice with kind of a retro feel when you want, a rustic feel when you want…it’s got a lot of lives like a cat! Terrific Halloween decor!!!

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  8. Anonymous says:

    Your creativity is a treat, not trick! Oh, to be a little child playing in your spooky house!

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  9. Jill Kuhn says:

    You are so clever and fun! 🎃 Love the scarf on the skeleton !! And your poem was a treat! 👻

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  10. Linda says:

    Ahoy there yourself. Totally clever and perfect for Halloween. Love how you play. Thanks again for your concern and also sharing your lovely posts at DI&DI.

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  11. Jodi says:

    such halloween fun! do you get a lot of trick-or-treaters? We haven’t had any for years 😦

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  12. amberlyonferguson2017 says:

    Every year I love dressing up my skeleton for Halloween! So many fun and festive touches here!

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  13. thefrenchhutch says:

    Oh my goodness, you went all out for Halloween Jenna.. Sure wish I could bring Connor to Trick or Treat at your house. Gee, I would love to Trick or Treat through your goodies. I love everything but the Pumpkin Farm sign really caught my eye. Grand decor my friend!

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  14. What a fabulous collection of spooky goodies! I love it all, but I want those wine glasses!

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  15. Ricki Treleaven says:

    LOL That skeleton has a peg leg! I am d*y*i*n*g……so funny!

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  16. I am loving your skeleton! I am seeing them at stores and wish I could get one. Hoe cute is he sitting there greeting people!

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  17. Too cute! Love the poem as you scroll down. The peg leg and bird…too funny. You never disappoint with your creations…I don’t know how you do it….Kudos to your fun, happy creativity and energy. !!! chuckles!!

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  18. Kim says:

    This is the cutest post! I love your Halloween decorations. So funny. I wonder if your pirate will share that scarf with you. It hangs conveniently beside the door so you can snag it on your way out. Such a fun post. I know I’m early, but Happy Halloween! 🙂

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  19. Sandra Garth says:

    Oh, Jenna, you are so creative and you do have a way with words. I can only imagine the amount of fun you had putting this together. Thank you for sharing with us this week at Celebrate Your Story and we hope you will join us again next week.

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