Halloween House

Updated: Oct 18, 2020



The creepy, the kooky, the mysterious and spooky. I love it all. October (and let's be honest... September) is my month to pull out all the ghosts, ghouls, and cute little creepy creatures I've collected over the years.



In the insanity that has been 2020, I felt the need to start this process on September 1st. If you're going to be stuck inside your home, why not have it the way you love it best?



Between gifts (my friends know I'm a ghoul), day after Halloween clearances, and the thing or two I just can't resist each year, I've curated a mildly out of control (if you ask Dan) collection that's a little glam, a little freaky, and all just my style.



To help promote safe distance trick-or-treating, I picked up a 25-foot flexible drain pipe and plan to... that's right... drop candy out the second-story window in my homemade candy chute. I think the neighborhood will get a kick out of it and I'm certain my kids will love this twist on a stranger than usual Halloween night.



What are your plans for this not-so-normal celebration?



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