Saturday, October 13, 2012


The Dining Table Center Piece. Notice those Eye Balls! One of my fun -lovin friends gave them to me last week for our party. The're filled with salt & pepper and ready for the laughs!

Burlap Pumpkin made for me by my Secret Sister in Beta Sigma Phi one year for  the holidays

The Kitchen  Display Shelf has log cabin birdhouses covered with falling leaves and orange lights. The  "Happy Fall"  sign is one of many seasonal signs I have made for displays.

Kind of blurry, but it shows the great room chandelier with fall leaves

This kichen counter pumkin is on all day, but at night it is quite interesting!


I have Halloween Party Colleges displayed on  the refrig and pantry shelves. We've had Halloween Dinner Parties for over 35 years so I' am running out of room to display them! But it is fun to look back thru the years. Sad too as several of the mates have died since we started our parties.

A cute little set of carved pumkins I enjoy on my kitchen windw shelf over the sink.

The Kitchen Chandelier over the table changes with the seasons too!

The "Black Baby" shelf is ready for Halloween too!

Four of our Six Grandkids plus our precious Great Grandson "Eli" posing with the spider pumkin we saw at Hy-vee's.


Erica of Golden Egg Vintage said...

I love it all! Especially the black doll collection (is that Barack in there??? haha), and the Halloween picture collage! What fun memories you must have from those parties!
Thanks for sharing :)

laurajane said...

All lovely,thanks for sharing.Great memories of past parties.
We don't really do much with Halloween in the UK.the kids dress up a bit now days,but that's about it.

The Polka Dot Closet said...

I love the eyeball salt and pepper shakers and how great that you have past Halloween pics posted!!


The Polka Dot Closet said...

PS: So nice to meet you, thank you for stopping by!


Marilou Bain said...

Hi Marlynne, I love all your post and can see I have missed alot. Wonderful family pic's and past parties. Love all the displays and decorations too.
Our church makes quilts for the kids with cancer and national disasters, the local marine base and many others. What a worthwhile thing to do I think.
Hugs and Happy Halloween. xoxo Marilou