The ‘witching hour’ is almost nigh. . .
Soon, yes very soon; the crow will caw. . .
And the bats will fly!
Little goblins that look so sweet. . .
Will soon be saying, “Trick or Treat”!
Sweet goodies they will gladly take. . .
Chocolate, gummies, even a cupcake.
I made my fun Halloween wreath at a workshop held at my hairdressers salon.
It was a fun ‘girls night out’. We were served delicious bread and soup while we enjoyed a night of visiting and creating.
We pinned layers of paper, coffee filters, tissue, and paper doilies onto a straw wreath. (Tip: wrap the wreath with tuelle so it won’t be so messy) This created the base.
Then we made and tucked in black and orange tissue paper flowers and other fun objects. Last of all we added tuelle, burlap, and cute fabric strips.
Perfect Halloween addition to my chippy green door!
Less than a week a way until the fun day!
*This post was featured at Boogieboard Cottage
p.s. I want to thank Jody from Rooted in Thyme for featuring my Front Porch Greetings post at Simple and Sweet Fridays. Also thank you to Debra from Common Ground for the same post as being one of the top visited links.
I will be sharing with these fun parties: