The moment the calendar comes towards the end of September my heart starts jumping for joy, it’s a sign that pumpkin pies are being baked which means fall is in the air. By this time of year I start thinking of all the beautiful decoration I can bring into my home and that just places the biggest smile on my face that lasts all the way till Jan 6. Here are some cute ideas for Fall.
Sometimes we’re so busy that the last thing we think of is what to wear for Halloween, but we are always coming up with some adorable ideas for our little ones, here are some of my favorites DIY outfits for Halloween, take a look.
#7. On the list is Sean S. Cunningham who is responsible for why you’re always looking back every time you walk down the streets alone, and also why you’re superstitious about the 13th day of the month falling on a Friday.
#6. Darren Lynn Bousman has made a life out of scaring me out of mine. His vision is so twisted that I believe it’s what has landed him a spot on my list. I still can’t sit through a, SAW movie without looking through my fingers.
#5. Tobe Hooper scared the coach potato out of me, I refuse to sit in front of a television for a long period of time, afraid that flying tennis balls or giant worms or crazy clowns will be coming out of nowhere just because a crazy spirit is obsessed.
#3. Steven Spielberg I have added Spielberg to the list because this man is the reason why no one like to jump into the beach and play chicken anymore. It’s because of Steven that when you see something floating in the water you think dead body or SHARK!
#2. William Friedkin is nothing to mess with; his vision is so demented that it’s sure to scare the devil himself. His intension is strictly to make you want to fear even your own shadow and boy is it working even to this day.
#1. Alfred Hitchcock is the master of suspense who has directed well over 65 films, and the person to blame for why you’ re always checking to see if someone is hiding behind your shower curtain. I know I do.
Saturday night I found myself in a dilemma. I waited to the last minute to buy the perfect mask to wear to Bardot, for their masquerade Halloween bash featuringSpace Between Words, and RadioBoxer. Yes I am a loser! Not only was the rain ruining my parade, but so was the thought that I wasn’t going to show up bare face to the event of the year! So I did what I always do best when I can’t find something to wear, stayed home!
At around 9pm my phone starts to go off, from all the notifications coming in about whether or not I was attending Bardot…after a few “I’m lame and have nothing to wear” excuses , I recieved a text from my buddy Rafael with this beautiful link to this wonderful last minute resort. He was having some mask issues himself, and found this lady who so happens to live in Miami, so he jumped in his car, rain and all, drove to her house, and bought a mask. He also came across a beautiful orchid one which reminded him of me, so he immediately had to let me know !
Needless to say I had already decided to stay in for the night, but had I known this two days prior to Bardot, I would’ve been knocking down her door for that enchanted orchid one as well! However I’m glad Rafael came across this lady because I love masks, there is no set rules that says you can’t wear one for all holiday events! ;)
If you are anything like me, and wait to the last minute for a quick Halloween treat, then here is a cool youtube video with some pretty neat websites where you can find something to put together for tonight. Good luck & have a safe Halloween!
So this year I have decided not to buy a costume for Halloween. Instead of driving myself insane I have chosen to pick one from past Halloweens, and this year I’ll be recycling my daughters Alice in Wonderland’s dress. How do I look?
Traditions in my house had always consisted of heading to the pumpkin patch, dressed in our Halloween’s best, to pick out the biggest pumpkin there. Last year I swore I would never put myself through that again, after walking around in the heat or slight breeze depending on what mood mother nature was in that Fall. I had ended up with a million and one pictures hoping to find the perfect one for our annual Halloween cards & nothing! This too was suspended rather quickly. Every year a pumpkin would come in to the home, and the children wanted nothing to do with the decor: the older they got the less Jack o’lantern it looked. So this too became obsolete. Until this year, where I decided to buy a pumpkin, and dedicated to music! What do you think?
I went to the inter web to see what I could find, and what I came across was spectacular. There are some really fun looking pumpkins out there dedicated to peoples favorite bands, and musician… take a look!!
This one is inspired by John Mayer’s heart Break logo for the Battle Studies winter/summer tour.
This one was done by Michele showing her fangirl love for the band Colourslide
Tonight I will be heading to Tobacco Road for their Halloween batch hosted by Queen Of the Scene, to watch 7Seas rock the joint & then I’m off to the Billiard Club in Miami Lakes for the force that is, FALSETA!