But not forever!
Unlike some Halloweeniacs, I also like Christmas. Not as much, but a lot. So it’s finally time for Halloween (or, well, most of it) to go into storage until next year. Before it goes away, here’s a little photographic tour of the house. Sorry some of the pics are crap. I think I need to clean my lens.
This shelf normally holds a lot of creepy collectibles, anyway. It’s just more festive now.
To the left of that shelf is the entryway. I’d already taken down the stuff in the foyer, but here is one of the several banners. I like banners.
In front of the parlor shelf lives the collection of ash globes. They are sitting on a favorite Target item this year: the ouija board tray.
For the south wall of the parlor, it’s neon and skulls. There’s always a pile of skulls that grows every year. The LED neon was also from Target this year. Love. It.
Entering the dining room is another banner. I made this one a few years ago.
Hutch #1. The vampire hunting kit is part of my normal decor. Because of course it is.
The witches were one of the first things I put up. I repainted two of their faces. They’re new this year, and I’m over the moon with them.
Here they are under cover of darkness.
The view as you enter the family room. This is where I put all the collectibles and kitsch. Yep, that’s a new Stranger Things ouija board.
I like Halloween pillows. There are more in the parlor, but I didn’t get a good picture. Please ignore the cat hair. They like pillows, too.
Hutch #2. I ended up with some Halloween Village stuff from an estate sale. I think this could become addicting.
Closer look at the village.
There were other odds and ends about, but this was the bulk of it. Next, Christmas Atheist gets busy.