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Happy Halloween (For Thursday)..



This is actually the first year that we are 'celebrating' Halloween and by that I mean giving out sweets to trick or treaters and dressing the windows with Halloween related decoration. And to be honest, I have to admit, I'm pretty excited about it!


We got these awesome Halloween bits from Wilko, except for the spider (Spiderpodium) which you can slightly see in the front there which is from breffo and is mostly used for camping. It glows in the dark and will hold pretty much any device, i.e. iPhone etc. So it's pretty useful, but we're using it as a Halloween accessory, haha :)


RRP. £14.95 buy here


The Pumpkin light is completely awesome, it costs something like £7 only and even included the batteries! It has a suction on it so will stick to a window or a wire to hang from something if you choose to. I cannot wait to put it up in the window on Halloween night. Most people have Pumpkins but this pumpkin light is so much more awesome ;)

The Pumpkin on the first photo costs runs £5 and can be re-used every single year which is what I love about it. It's probably the easy option for people like me who don't have the time to carve their own pumpkin and don't want to spend out each year. I'd make a right mess with a real Pumpkin so this one from Wilko is definitely for me! I just popped a tea light candle in the back and ta-da, it's ready to go! I love it. 

Check out Wilko's full range of Halloween goodies including loot bags, costumes, baking tools, accessories and much more here.



These mini milk chocolate pumpkins go nicely with the whole pumpkin theme and cost me just £1.50 from Tesco.



For Halloween we are drinking this! The limited edition sparkling Shloer Berry Punch - which tastes gorgeous and is the perfect drink this Halloween!
 

Oh and I couldn't leave this out of my Halloween post! This was taken a couple of weekends ago for my sister-in-laws (pictured middle) school art project, the whole family got together and recreated this spooky version of The Last Supper which she will now paint onto a canvas! 

I hope you all have a fantastically scary Halloween this Thursday, whatever you are doing!

3 comments

  1. That's a brilliant photo of you all, good luck to your sister-in-law with painting it, it looks like a huge job!

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  2. Lol LOVE the photo!! You'll have to show us her finished painting!

    xx

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