Sunday, November 8, 2009

Some late Halloween photos!

Every year this family does this to their house. This is a normal looking house every day of the year except Halloween! Check out the stained glass windows! Click on the photos for a closer look!



I have heard they work in the film industry so that explains how to can get this sort of facade for their house! The garage is behind the wooded door! Sorry I couldn't get better pics, they seemed to be home and I was on their front lawn taking photos!


The posts with the chains on them are cardboard pipes. The next day this was all gone! Such dedication! At night this looks very spooky!

This is what I wore on Halloween. I do realise those are snowflakes but I couldn't find another turtleneck to go with the vest. This is one of the scarves I wrote about in a post a few weeks ago - it has witches and pumpkins on it and I have the same one in green so I can mix and match! I wore this with jeans and high heeled boots and got lots of compliments - I swear it is the scarf!



Have a fabulous day!

7 comments:

Jill said...

Wow~ that house is really decorated for Halloween. I probably wouldn't want to decorate that much b/c I wouldn't want to take it down and store it. Ha Ha... I'm really lazy. BUT it looks amazing.

Katiesperk said...

What a house! That looks like so much fun!

Scottish Twins said...

Wow. That house looks amazing!

Semi-Slacker Mom said...

My word. How do they decorate for Christmas?

Beth Dunn said...

Love the pics. Beautiful home. xoxo

SC

PS love your vest.

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Gwen said...

How fun!!! I would love to visit a house that looked like this on Halloween night. :) XOXO