With falling leaves and cooling breezes, it is apparent Halloween is almost upon us. I’m surprised to see how few houses are decorated for Halloween this year. When I first moved to my neighbourhood I was surprised by the enthusiasm my neighbours have for Halloween decorations. My experience has been that people only put up the occasional spooky lawn accessories, and light their pumpkins on Halloween Day. Not so here… weeks in advance people line their porches with up to a dozen pumpkins. Skeletons hang from trees, scarecrows peek out from gardens, and other creepy things I try to ignore stare at me from nicely manicured lawns. I love Halloween but I don’t like to be scared. I’m not a fan of gore. This year, aside from the occasional hanging skeleton I’ve only seen a lot of pumpkins. I think maybe the unusually warm weather is to blame for the delay. Which reminds me, I need to go buy a pumpkin.
I’ve created my own little tribute to the holiday. It is called Trick or Treat. Yes, I went all out with my creative titling. I made a digital kit, a separate alpha, a separate set of alpha tags, and if you’re subscribed to the CatScrap newsletter, you’ll have access to a coordinating freebie AND a printable hybrid project!
The Digital Kit (baby not included)
Here is the layout I made with the kit… and the CatScrap Newsletter freebie.
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Have a great day and a spooktacular Happy Halloween!