I decorated outside with some themed things like this old frame. I found this frame in an antique store years ago and on the back was written "1910" along with the name of the baby pictured inside. So this frame is old. It's made of some kind of thin metal. I searched online for vintage moon illustrations and found one that is probably from the same time this frame was made.
I printed out my drawing of a witch flying over a haunted forest and then added some shimmery moons that were punched out of card stock. I happened to have a circle hole punch that was the right size. Look how shimmery that moon is!
A few doors down from Party City is the Dollar Tree. I stopped over there and scored a majorly cool deal. This amazingly glittery eyeshadow from Wet 'n Wild:
So here's my eye after it was glitterized:
Jumbo Clear Accent Gems
I got really into painting nail polish on the backs of these over the summer.
Like last year, we used those crescent roll baking sheets to make these moon buns. I just realized we used crescent rolls to make crescent moons. It was a funny process because the dough was being super stretchy.
Also, like last year we had the baked ziti dish.
Little witches were flying across the moon on these treat bags:
Another Dollar Tree purchase were these little trees. They sold out right away, so I'm glad we picked them up when we saw them. They're working as place card holders holding these little moons with our names.
And this little kitchen towel. Well, that's what it will be once we add water. I haven't tried that yet. There's a little flying witch cookie cutter with it.
I'm planning the annual Halloween Blog Party for next weekend, so if you have a costumed photo of yourself from any point in your life and would like to join the fun, please email it to me!