Hello friends. It's not up for debate...I have a lot of Halloween things. I also have a lot of fall things. But does this stop me from wanting to get more each and every year? Nope, not one bit! Until the stores stop making such absolutely adorable items for my favorite season and holiday, I will continue to hoard :) Please indulge in this passion of mine with me, and allow me to take you through my brand new finds...
I love this rug!!! It was only $3.00 from the little dollar section they have at the front of the store.
This jackolantern dog dish is for Cinder. It was only $2.00 (also from the front section). The little owl on the left is a nice decorative accent. The bottle on the right is actually an owl-shaped soap dispenser! The soap inside is a deep purple, so it's hard to see the owl detail. Also, it's licorice scented for Halloween. Bottom left, I love this nail polish! The bottle is a skull :) Lastly, some fall leaves pocket tissues.
These plates are so colorful and fun. Even with my pumpkin obsession, I think the skeleton is my favorite!
These jackolantern candle holders are covered in glitter. The bottom half of the black candlesticks are embellished with sequins! The top half is left clear for burning. The candles and the holders were purchased separately. I really love this skeleton hand! It reminds me so much of the Haunted Mansion. There's a ribbon at the end for hanging, but I have it propped up against a real mini pumpkin in my bedroom. It really looks like it's reaching up for the pumpkin ;)
The jackolantern goblets are plastic; the fall leaves goblets are glass. I love them both :) The little tombstone is another Haunted Mansion reminder for me. "Stay Scary" is written in black glitter.
My mom actually made this glass votive! Using "gorilla glue" (any strong glue will do), she glued the glass candlestick holder to the bottom of the glass container. Both pieces can be found at Dollar Tree.
I then filled it with some adorable red leaves and yellow acorns for my fall dining table. The colors really pop, and the mix of glass and translucent plastic gives off a lovely sparkling effect :]
Thanks so much for reading!