Never more…

If you have a phobia or fear of ravens, you might want to avoid popping over! They have literally taken over the house. No bats or spiders here, just birds.
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The living room has been converted into a scene from The Birds.
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I think it would look even spookier with some cobwebbs intertwined, but lord knows that I found that stuff around the house until well after Christmas the last few years. So we have decided bypass that tradition for now.
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Wren is absolutely enthralled with them, and sits in there talking to them all day long!
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My favorite decoration so far? My Whippy Cake-d skull.
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I’ve been rocking my favorite Whippy Cake headbands (and my petticoat) non stop so I figure even skeletons need a little glam in their ghastly life.
Some might call it overkill, but we are just warming up with our Halloween decorating!
Never more…

24 thoughts on “Never more…

  1. I haven't been able to see your pictures FOR WEEKS. Not in my reader and not on your blog. Very frustrating… CAUSE I WANT TO SEE! Anything I need to change/do??

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  2. I'm really happy to see that you're keeping that hutch with the books in it. I think it's some of the prettiest wood patina I've ever seen and if I were you I'd never sell it! Plus I think a little bit of natural wood really compliments all the white.

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  3. i am LOVING all these halloween decorations. we still need to get up in the attic and get ours down. you're making me so excited for it all! it's lookin' great!

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  4. I love it….great ideas without being cheap and cheesy. I always struggle decorating without it looking impersonal or commercial. Well done! And will the skull mind if you decide to rock that headband one day between now and Oct31st? Marissa

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  5. That is just SO cool! I LOVE the ravens on the driftwood; they look Great! And I think it actually looks more neat and realistic without the webs. Though, today I was bored & looking at Martha Stewart Halloween crafts and they have a way of making webbing out of hot glue strings (or you can actually buy Hollywood-grade guns made just for making webs), if you want them without the annoying stuff from the drugstore.

    Can you tell us where you got your birds? I love all their different sizes & poses, they look really authentic. And what did you use for the cool spooky photo effect? Thanks for all the really fun inspirations, Holly!

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