This will give the guest a hint of what the party inside will be like.
Although I am going to have to change out that picture on the wall as it just takes away from the whole black and white look. I saw a black rose wreath at Michaels the other day. I think I may have to go get that.
I also may put a black cloth on the table with some tea stained cheese cloth with ripped holes. What do you think? Do you think that would be better or should I just leave it as it is. After all it's a kids party. Do they really notice the details or is it only me?
I love that clock as it has such a Haunted House feel to it. We have it up all year and the same with the little white bird. I love that bird but felt it was great for the black and white Halloween theme too. A scary bird is what it is turned into. LOL
Meet Wanda. I keep telling her she must eat more but she just won't. She is sitting on top of a white candle holder that I normally have in my office with a pretty pink candle on it. Her hat is from the 99 cent store. I made the BOO letters. I got them at Michaels and painted them black the sprinkled Martha Stewart black glitter on them. They turned out great.
The ugly skull head is from a clearance bin from last year and here is another one of the spider candle holders I got from Target. This time I have a black and white candle holder on top. I got this from Target's Halloween clearance also last year.
These are some of Wanda's beauty products. There is Rat Scat & Whisker Sauce that keeps her complexion nice and clear. Tragic Magic Worm Slime that she uses on her hair. OK, so since she doesn't have any hair I don't know if that means it doesn't work very well or if she likes that look and it works wonderful. Then there is The Heebie Jeebies that she uses for her special smell she has.
I know, my decorations are not really SPOOKY. But then again, isn't Halloween meant to be fun. My decorations are really for Trinity and her friends. They are at the age where they like a little scary but not enough to really scare them. I think I got that going. Don't you?