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Sunday, October 27, 2013

Halloween-izing The Kitchen

The kitchen gets most of my Halloween-izing.
Dish soap in the ghost dispenser. 
My foamy soap in the orange cow 'wine'
bottle and homemade pumpkin spice sugar
hand scrub in the mason jar.
It all sits on the wood base from a 
thrifted cheese dome next to the sink.
Jack-O-Lantern dish.
 Leaf and pumpkin plates in the back of the
dish cabinet. All the Longaberger baskets get
 fall or Halloween liners.
 The left of the stove.

 Fall and Halloween aprons hang on the 
chicken-wire cabinet doors.
 Halloween dish cloths and dish towels are brought out.
 Lucy's cookies are put in a glass pumpkin jar.
 Lucy's Halloween 'tablescape'.
 Napkins and silverware are handy in baskets 
by the breakfast table. They're on the antique 
wood bin next to the coffee station.
 Drinking coffee in October means using my 
Halloween mugs. More fall baskets.
 All the fall/Halloween napkin rings, some of
 the napkins and placemats are stored in
the wrought iron stand.
 The end of the kitchen island. Black and
 white plaid placemats.  Orange lights in a
large glass canister replace the kitchen lamp.
 A pumpkin cookie jar and ivory
Longaberger pitcher filled with orange and
black rolled Halloween napkins.
 I printed several 'Love Potion No.9' 
wine labels on cream colored
(the flip side of old) stationary.
for a few of the wine bottles.
You can get the printable HERE.
Cheers!

9 comments:

  1. OK, have to ask you; I have the foamy soap too and would LOVE to put it into something pretty and seasonal. How did you do that??? Maybe I missed a post about that? Love all your "Halloweening"!!!

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    1. Click on the link word 'foamy soap' in the post. It will take you to my post on how I did it. Thanks!

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  2. This is pretty awesome..You are really prepared for the Halloween.

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  3. Love the Halloween touches in the kitchen, love the little touches of orange and black and I absolutely adore the dog dishes that coordinate, so cool...

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  4. Oh, your kitchen looks wonderful and full of fun!

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  5. How thoughtful of you to change up Lucy's tablescape. I'm sure that darling girl appreciates the seasonal touches.

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  6. Perfect decor for the kitchen. I love it. Thanks tons for linking to Inspire Me. Hugs, Marty

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  7. Sweet decor and I love Lucy's treat pumpkin and her bowls...so cute!
    Thanks so much for sharing at AMAZE ME MONDAY!
    Blessings,
    Cindy

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