Fall and Halloween decorations do not need to be over the top crazy.  A few subdued decorations are enough.  A wreath on the door, sets the tone, and makes me smile every time I walk into the room.

A neutral base that can be used year round, with a few seasonal leaves, and some curly ribbon is enough.  I don’t need anything more for my door. This will provide color through the season, until it is ready to be redone for Christmas.

Reuse is a wonderful thing when you live in a dollhouse.



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      1. Helloween has really only been a thing in this country for the last 10 years or so (sine the shops worked out they could make money from it). There was pockets of people who celebrated it but very few. The most I ever did was watch horror movies. So that same idea has kind of grown into our kids. We don’t bother celebrating it or doing any decorating. I don’t even think the school is having a dress up day for it this year.

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  1. Hubby is so happy with our Fall/Halloween decorations. I am planning Christmas decorations for this year, and have enjoyed looking at them, but I don’t think I will over do those either.


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