Thursday, October 5, 2023

BFF Open House

Happy Friday Eve, all. Hope everyone's had a good week. Finally had a couple of days where I got to switch to my Fall attire of Halloween leggings because it cooled off enough. It's the little things, right? It's also holiday full steam ahead time. I was able to get my house "haunted" so now I can work on Halloween cards for friends and family. 

Lots of great Halloween inspiration at last week's party so let's take a look at some!

My Halloween tastes continue to get creepier so these DIY Halloween Oddities Jars from Studio 27 are right up my creepy alley! 

Those jars would fit right in with this Bone Apetit Tablescape from Master Pieces of  My Life

I'm always in on a good Dollar Store Makeover and this Mirror Upgrade from Crazy Little Lovebirds. Perfect for a gothic Halloween, everyday decor, or both, is perfect!

Finally, it's both Pumpkin Spice and Hot Chocolate season so why not combine them into one? That's what Our Tiny Nest did as well as shared ideas for a Hocus Pocus party! 

Thank you to all who linked up and can't wait to see what creative mischief you've gotten up to this week! 


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Stephanie said...

Carol, thank you so much for featuring my upgraded mirror design. I appreciate it so much. I hope that you have a wonderful weekend. As always, thank you for hosting. :)

Nicolle - Our Tiny Nest said...

Thank you so much for sharing my pumpkin spice hot chocolate! Have a great weekend!

Pam said...

Thank you so much for the party!

mjmaterazo said...

Hi Carol- I am glad you're enjoying the cooler temps. It does help getting us in the mood for the season. Thank you for featuring my Boone appetite table & for hosting us. Have a great weekend. XO- MaryJo

Slabs said...

Thank you so much for hosting, much appreciated.

I linked up this week with = 43+44. Come and join us at SeniorSalonPitStop. You will find the linkup information under BLOGGING.

Jennifer Adams said...

Thank you for the feature!


Thank you for hosting :-)

I am on the road a lot ... but I do enjoy seeing, and reading, about what everyone in various places are doing.