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Thanksgiving signs are a great way to remind your guests (and yourself) what the holiday is really all about. Whether you’re looking for interactive pieces that encourage your friends and family to share the things they’re thankful for, or a simple, welcoming sign to hang on the door, there are quick and easy projects that fit the bill. Choose festive fall colors like copper, scarlet, and gold. Continue reading “Thanksgiving Signs your Friends and Family will Love” »

It’s coming soon! The day when you’ll hear knock after knock on your front door. When cars will line up in front of your home. When your porch will get the most attention it gets all year. If you’re hosting your family’s Thanksgiving dinner, you want to be sure that your porch is ready. One of the simplest ways to put that stamp of uniqueness on your porch is with a welcome mat. Take a look at these personalised doormats and see which will add the most to your front porch. Continue reading “Personalised Doormats to Greet Your Thanksgiving Guests” »

Do you agree that the main fun of the biggest spooky holiday is not only the day of the actual Halloween, but all the process of preparing the decorations for home and yard? Besides the interior decor of holiday, you do not ignor your house exterior, since it will help you to create a perfect ambience on Halloween and amaze all those who passby your house. October is the perfect time for fabulous halloween outdoor decor when the nights are long and dark, but you can also prepare them in advance. Continue reading “Successful Outdoor Halloween Decorating Ideas Nobody Told You About” »

Let’s face it. Pumpkins are a staple of autumn. The classic pumpkin orange matches the colors of many leaves falling to the ground. They are the companions of black cats and trick-or-treaters at Halloween. They make great pies and desserts enjoyed at the holiday table. So, what is more appropriate for the Autumn table than pumpkin centerpiece ideas. Continue reading “Lovely Pumpkin Centerpiece Ideas for Your Holiday Table” »

While your youngest may still be too young to trick-or-treat or watch scary movies, the best thing about those first couple of Halloweens is that you have total say over your baby’s Halloween costume. Once they get to choose on their own costume, it’ll be an endless parade of princesses, superheroes, and Minions. But until then, you get to project your tastes and interests onto them. Continue reading “Awesome Halloween Costumes For Baby” »

There are some gifts that scream Halloween so loudly that the only time it makes sense to utilize them are in the days leading up to October 31. Then there are those spooky and eerie gifts that are worth showing off all year long; we love those kinds of gifts. Here are some options — from candles to cookware — that are both beautiful and boo-worthy. Continue reading “Gifts for Anyone Who Loves to Celebrate Halloween Year-Round” »

October is Halloween month, which means decorating the home with spooky decor is a priority on our agenda! The goal is to create decorative pieces that will scare your neighbors but amaze the kids who will come trick-or-treating on the scariest night of the year. Wreaths have long been one of the most popular elements on people’s front doors! Follow the tradition and find the inspiration among these epic and creepy DIY Halloween wreaths! Continue reading “DIY Halloween Wreaths for The Spookiest Time of The Year” »

Your new little bundle isn’t exactly ready to dress up like their (or rather, your) favorite Harry Potter character. But that doesn’t mean your baby can’t get into the Halloween festivities this year. Take your tagalong along with your older kiddo for a fab night of trick-or-treating, or bring your baby to a low-key, family-friendly Halloween party. No matter where they go on the 31st, they’ll look boo-tiful dressed in one of these holiday baby outfits. Continue reading “Adorable Halloween Outfits for Babies” »

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