Last-Minute Halloween

October is my FAVORITE month.

Of course, I love celebrating Libra season, but it finally starts to cool off and feel like Fall. Plus, Halloween kicks off two months of quality time with friends, and family. 

I am super lazy when it comes to decorating for Halloween…I don’t allow myself to go full-ghost and ghouls until after my birthday (October 17) and then it’s like “what’s the point?” 

But my son absolutely loves Halloween. We already have a jar of candy corn in our foyer (yes, we actually eat it), a few pumpkins and fall flowers on the porch and we added some bats and cob webs for a spooky feel.

We always visit the pumpkin patch the week of Halloween and carve our pumpkin at a fun party we attend at our club the Wednesday before, so I never feel rushed to decorate…except when I went to Target this week, they already had CHRISTMAS out! WHAT!?! Get out of here, Santa. I need my fall decorations! 

So for those of you who aren’t quite ready to for the North Pole, I found a few last-minute Halloween decorations that can last until Thanksgiving not to be after Thankgiving. 

Happy Fall Y’all! 

Last-Minute Halloween

Fall Decorations

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  1. Ally wrote:

    Lots of cute items. I definitely slacked on the decorating this year.

    Posted 10.29.20 Reply
    • Same! Thankful that I have lots of faux pumpkins from last year! 2021 is our year!!

      Posted 10.30.20 Reply

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