Saturday, October 29, 2016

This is Halloween

It's Halloween!
 


I have lots of leftover decorations from the wedding, so I decided to use them in my Halloween decor. 




This weekend, I'm planning on making caramel apples and my Halloween costume

 
Are you planning any festive activities?
 
~Jess

22 comments:

Regine Karpel said...

Love.

DUTA said...

Caramel apples are fun to make and fun to eat. They can also be given as gifts after they are chilled and wrapped in a plastic wrap. There are many good recipes that render delicious caramel apples.

Shirley Wright said...

Your decorations are beautiful.I am not planning anything as my children are grown..our street is quiet.Some of the great grands might come..most have plans for church activities.I love this time of year!

Mildred said...

Fun pictures and I love caramel or candied apples! Have fun.

Red Rose Alley said...

Jess, I just love your home pictures. The lighting is always just right. That is the cutest pumpkin wine cork. :) ~mom

Susie said...

Jess, I love the initials with the pearls. That would be cute hanging on your Christmas tree also. Your decorations are looking very nice. Hope you have a fun filled Halloween. Bless you, xoxo, Susie

NanaDiana said...

What a cute post. I love all your Halloween (wedding) decorations! Have a wonderful Halloween. xo Diana

The Joy of Home with Martha Ellen said...

Jess, your decorations are very creative. I too love the pumpkin wine cork! Very clever. Have a great Halloween. ♥

roughterrain crane said...

I am looking forward to having a chance to see your great Halloween costume.

Patricia said...

What an interesting glimpse into your halloween decor. I love that red velvet pumpkin! Enjoy the day Sheri.

Castles Crowns and Cottages said...

I never decorate for Halloween but rather decorate for fall....so my pumpkins have been out now for about 3 weeks and will remain until after Thanksgiving! Looking good, Jess!

Optimistic Existentialist said...

I love all of these - and I LOVE decorating for Halloween :)

Pilar said...

Your decorations are beautiful! I don't have any plans for Halloween, but I put up a few flashing lights black pumpkins as Decor! Thanks for the follow and I followed back as well! Can't wait to read more of your blog posts ladies!

Lowcarb team member said...

Love your decorations - great photo's.

Happy Halloween
Take care

All the best Jan

Carla from The River said...

Fun ideas ... please share your costume with us. :-)
We carved pumpkins and watched It's A Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown.

Kelly @ Homespuns 'n Hayfields said...

I remember my mom making caramel apples many years ago for Halloween - delicious!! I love your decor. It's hard to believe it's that time of year again, isn't it? We'll be taking my granddaughter trick or treating tomorrow night so I can't wait for that, we'll have to see if her wonderful manners continue after too many houses lol!! Have a great week, Kelly.

LoveT. said...

Happy Halloween! :)

Susan said...

Adorable decorations, Jess. Loved all.

Note to your Mom: Hi Sheri. The pink and green floral crocheted cover fits over a round trivet. So cute, wasn't it? Never saw one that was actually a trivet cover. Usually, those old doilies are just, well, doilies. Hope that answers your question. HAPPY HALLOWEEN TO ALL! Susan

marcia said...

Love it all, Jess. Happy Halloween.
xoxo

Summer said...

Love your decor so much! Especially the glitter pumpkin ♥

Beatrice Euphemie said...

I love your beautiful and elegant Halloween decorations, Sheri! The wine stopper is wonderful! We are staying in for a cozy, rainy night. Sending hugs xo Karen

Jeanie said...

Oh Sheri, how smart you were to have wedding decorations that could be so beautifully repurposed! They are elegant and fun. I've never seen a bottle stopper like that -- it's really unique. I'll have to keep my eye out. That would be a great gift for one of my Cork Popper friends!

Happy November. Stay cozy!