Sunday, October 12, 2014

Halloween in a box ~

 For Halloween and Thanksgiving I was planning to fill my new box with white pumpkins and dried hydrangeas, but when I brought up the decorations from the basement and started going through them I found some adorable Halloween plates from Debbie Mum that I had forgotten I had.

I simply had to use them.

So...the white pumpkins and dried hydrangeas will have to wait,  

here is my version of Halloween in a box. 

Love this cute little witch, she's not the least bit scary and reminds me my other little witch that is currently holding court in the media/library.

Doesn't she look like Old Black Witch in the book?

After Halloween I will trade out the plates, add a couple other things, and be all ready for Thanksgiving!

This is such a fun time of the year!

Thank you for visiting, I hope you have a lovely day.
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  1. Cute!

    Glad you did - this surer must bring a smile to your face every time you look at it!

  2. Absolutely beautiful decorations! I love the Halloween plates.

  3. Adrienne, I love it. The Debbie Mum plates are perfect and the whole thing just looks great together. That is such a great spot, too, to set up your displays. I love the large picture window for a backdrop.Sweet little witch..Happy Sunday..Judy

  4. I love this. Looks wonderful in your window sill! Hope you're doing well.
    Be a sweetie,
    Shelia :)

  5. I love your box! Did you make it? The plates are adorable!!! Thanks so much for your visit, I will now be following you.

  6. I love what you did and wished I had a mantle or window sill to do that.

  7. I love your box filled with fall items and Debbie Mum's plates - they are darling. Your window makes a wonderful backdrop for your lovely vignettes.
    Your kitty is beautiful is it a Scottish one?
    Have a great week - going to be cooler, yea yea yea.

  8. We have those plates too! They are my favorite! Love your special area for decorating.

  9. What a great vignette! I knew when you made that box that it was brilliant.


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