Hauntsville is the name of my Halloween town.
It’s the place where haunted houses and trick-or-treaters can be found.
Don’t let Mr. Bones keep you from going inside. . .he’s just as afraid of you.
In fact, once you enter he’ll run away and hide!
And this smiling ghost. . .well he just stepped out to say, ‘hi’.
Who knows, if your nice; he might teach you to fly!
Hauntsville really is quite a friendly town. .
They have a fountain of pumpkins you can buy by the pound.
A black widow spider is hanging around. . .to see if any left over goodies can be found on the ground.
Although this house says, ‘do not enter’, the path looks quite fun. . .
Once you’re inside, your journey’s begun.
Treats are on the mind of this scaredy cat. . . she’s willing to take a chance and enter in her party hat!
Ha, ha, look who’s there pretending to be brave. . .yup, that’s me, I stepped out of my witchy cave.
The lamp post and the moon keep the town well lit.
That’s why for trick-or-treaters this town is a hit!
Come to Hauntsville. . .hurry come fast!
We all have a sweet tooth and the goodies won’t last!
I picked up the 2 chipboard house kits at a thrift store last year. I used papers and embellishments I had to decorate them for this ‘kid friendly’ town.
Using two other houses that I already had, I placed it on a bed of green grass(burlap).
I decorated my table more for the grands this year. 5 year old, Saydee had fun exploring it one day when I was baby sitting her.
I hope you felt welcome in Hauntsville!