Monday, October 12, 2009

"It Was A Headless Horseman" - Ichabod Crane.

I adore this black and white Halloween decor-

I love the gold mask in this image- our Halloween stores carries handmade Italian one's.. very pricey but lovely.. being a collector, I would just LOVE to get my hands on an antique one!

Table setting in my favorite color scheme.. LOVE the black apples! So easy to recreate as well...

Another lovely pumpkin done in black and white... though the first is my favorite...

And what is a Halloween party without spooky decor through out?

What are your favorite Halloween decorations?


Anne said...
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Anne said...

Hello me again,
Sorry I didn't mean to remove my comment, so here we go again.
Really difficult to choose from all these great Halloween decorations, they look more trendy to me than anything else. I might finally start decorating my house for Halloween this year, no more tacky decorations, thanks!

New England Girl said...

Gorgeous decorations. I love elegant Halloween decorations that can be left out after the holiday and don't look too cheesy. These are some fantastic examples. And, like you, I adore the white pumpkin with the top hot and the Ichabod name scrawled across- perfect! :)

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