Anyone that knows me, knows that I take holidays very seriously. And creating a must watch movie playlist is ALWAYS on the agenda. There are only 31 days to celebrate my favorite holiday and you can bet that I’m taking FULL advantage of that. I cram as many Halloween themed movies into the month of October as possible. One movie, each night, all October long. Think you’re up for the challenge? I’m sharing my printable halloween movie list with you guys this year and trust me, it’s a good one! 😉
Guys, I’m trying not to get too ahead of myself here, but I don’t think I can wait to bombard you with all things Halloween any longer. Multiple people, and I do mean multiple, have made comments about me getting a little too excited too early, but I say, screw it. As soon as September 1st hits my calendar, I’m ready for ghosts, goblins, caramel apples, and skeletons galore. And, technically, I did wait until the middle of the month to jump into the swing of things, so I think I’ve been patient enough. 😉
Either way, Halloween is hitting the blog and I’m thrilled. It’s my very, very favorite holiday and one that I celebrate to the fullest. But, to ease you guys in, I’m starting with a fall themed project first. These DIY football pumpkins can be used throughout September and well past Halloween too! They couldn’t be any easier to make and you only need a few cheap items to throw them together.
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If you guys have been hanging around the blog for a while now, you know that Halloween is my absolute favorite holiday of the year. I go all out and try to cram in as many October themed activities as possible to really get the full “All Hallows Eve” experience in. I usually like to throw some sort of get-together for my friends and family too. Whether it is a Halloween themed party, dinner party, or just a movie marathon night, I infuse as much Halloween goodness as I can into all of my entertaining plans during October.
One fun way to incorporate some spook into your next Halloween gathering is with a fun Halloween dessert table! I love putting dessert tables together because they really let your imagination go wild and who doesn’t love treats?!