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Alright, now that you've all joined and are finding amazing deals... I don't decorate our home for Halloween. I don't celebrate it. Adam loves horror movies (I made this piece of art while we watched Cujo) and he always declares October "His Month" to take the horror movie-watching to new levels. That is the extent to which we participate in Halloween. I would rather decorate for fall and focus on the season with family and remembering our many blessings.
That being said, I've had this idea in my head for a while now to make a wreath using googly eyes. I thought October would be a great chance to do something a little creepy...but more silly than creepy. It is a fun way to enjoy the cute and quirky side of Halloween without getting into the evil and dark side. I used googly eyes from Dollar Tree, ribbon from the dollar bin at Suck-Mart, and another one of those wonderful free cardboard circle forms for the base. I spray painted the cardboard with black paint and just hot-glued the eyes on top. I wish I could have found some other seasonal ribbon that would have matched without using the "Happy Halloween" one, but alas, no luck finding any. I'm not going to make a big deal about it. It's hanging up on my office door at work and everyone knows who I am an what I believe and that my intentions were good!
Love it? Hate it? How does your family have fun with costumes and parties without celebrating Halloween?
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