October 1, 2012

Halloween Sunroom Tree...

When I wasn't at Varsity Marching Band competition this weekend for Emma, I spent a few hours pulling out tubs of Halloween decorations.  Rather than overwhelm you with a zillion pictures, I'll focus on a few collections at a time starting with our Halloween tree.

Even Luna joined in on the fun.  Her new favorite napping spot is the orange tree skirt.

The tree is filled with honeycomb pumpkins, lots of vintage Halloween picks and handmade ornaments.




For those of you who have followed me for awhile know that our family {loves} Halloween! NOT the icky, scary, gross-kind of Halloween, but the fun, vintage, Orange and Black Halloween!


 Happy October! Happy Halloween!
 

25 comments:

laurie -magpie ethel said...

I told you I was going to pull my bins out this weekend with Halloween and never did. Seeing that you have started makes me ready to go pull them out tonight. Bring on that black and orange!

craftyles said...

Kim, The tree is wonderful. I love the vintageness of it. Is that a word? I love that you guys decorate the tree for different seasons. How fun. About the skeleton hand on my mantle-I can't even remember where I got it. Probably after Halloween sale at Michaels or Hobby Lobby. Love that tree!

Lee said...

Looks amazing, as usual! you might need a second tree soon...LOL
Thanks for the cheery look of Halloween at your house!

vivian said...

woohoo! this makes me smile! happy orange and black month!!
xoxo
vivian

KJ@letsgoflyakite said...

Your tree looks beautiful,I love that merry Halloween card!

Shirley Hatfield said...

This is where I tuned in last year to your blog...how fast this year has flown! I loved your tree then and love it even more now. You do a great job! =D

Jodee said...

Love, love, love your Halloween tree! Bring on all things black and orange!

Donna W said...

Cute, cute, cute! Love all of your special vintage touches. Looks like Miss Kitty approves!

Laurel Leaf Cottage said...

I love your halloween tree!! You have some great ornaments!! I just started a harvest tree this year and it's almost complete! I added a few more decorations today, and I just bought the burlap for the tree skirt!! A few more touches and it will be complete! Luna looks darling under the tree!! =) Deanna

vintage grey said...

I love it Kim!! How sweet is Luna!! I just did a little decorating for Halloween yesterday! So fun to your Halloween tree! xo Heather

Nellie said...

Wonderful tree! Just the perfect spot for Luna to nap!

xo Nellie

Tammy's in Love said...

Lots of fun to look at and I bet it's even better to LIVE there! There must be a huge number of little and big girls that want to come to your house!

La Vie Quotidienne said...

Thgis is amazing...so many things to see and enjoy. Will you be doing another party this year?

chris mckinley said...

Your Halloween Tree is terrific!! Can't wait to see what's up next!! BTW...we have a cat named Stella, named after the bat in the book Stella Luna....we have a pair!!


chris

A Little Creation said...

Love the huge Halloween tree, what a great idea!
Chris =]

Happier Than a Pig in Mud said...

I love the owl and mummy glittered ornaments! Pretty pic of Luna too:@)

LBP said...

I love your tree! You have the cutest decorations on it.

Blessings

Linda

Jboo said...

Love it -- that is so cute!!

Creative Breathing said...

Oh Yeah! I think I love this tree the very best. The vintage inspired ornaments are fabulous. Kim, you have me giggling today with your Call Center comment. Fabulous! E

Janet said...

I just love all your vintage deocorations, Kim!

Karin said...

I love that you decorate your tree for every holiday. It's so pretty. I miss my sunroom...wah! :)

Pam said...

I have always loved your seasonal trees, but I think the Halloween one is my favorite. The black cats that play instruments are so cute!

Lynne said...

Such an amazing collection of Halloween you have . , . wonderful! . . .

Life in Rehab said...

I'm pretty sure I heard a chorus in the background when I opened this post. Feel free to do more photos of your decorations, oh Queen of Halloween. I love your style, and every spooky, playful nuance.

Debbie@Debbie-Dabble and A Debbie-Dabble Christmas said...

Kim,
Now you know that I adore your Halloween tree!!

I wish my house was larger so i could have a big tree decorated for Halloween like you do!!

Hugs,
Debbie