Monday, October 4, 2010

Halloween is coming!


Sharing a few pics of my last year's black twiggy tree




Bugs and Hisses,

20 comments:

xinex said...

Very cute, Stephanie!...Christine

sissie said...

Hi Stephanie!
I just love your spookey tree and all of the sweet ornaments!
I also like your signature all drippy and scary looking.

hugs
Sissie

Kerrie said...

Great post, loved the old Victorian card!

The Urban Chic said...

Stephanie, that is a really cute tree. I might take some things out after the cleaning crew is gone. The fire has really gotten me a little depressed. Hugs, Pat

THE OLD GEEZER said...

I added myself to follow your blog. You are more than welcome to visit mine and become a follower if you want to.

God Bless You ~Ron

Paula said...

cute tree Stephanie...bugs & hisses, too cute:)

Leann said...

Too cute! I just got out my white feather tree to decorate for fall. It'll stay out now til after Christmas!

Enjoy the week!
Leann

IsabellasCloset said...

Stephanie, What an adorable tree.. Don't you just love Halloween! Makes me feel like a kid again. Take care sweet friend!
Hugs ~Mary~ :-}

www.MaisonStGermain.com said...

I just love your Halloween tree:) I have to try that sometime, maybe for Christmas. Isn't it amazing how pretty branches can be?
~Debra
Capers of the vintage vixens

Queenie said...

What fun Stephanie...love that tree and all of those cute Halloween ornies too! This time of the year is such fun :)

To answer your question about the oxyclean, and how long I soak things...I soak things about 2-8 hours...depending on the fabric and how stained something is...keeping a check on them often and following the instructions on scoops per gallon on soaking. I have had it to eat through and deteriorate thin and old fabric on hankies before, just be careful and keep a check on it...as soon as the yellowing or stains are gone, take it out, and rinse it well. Hope this helps to answer your question and good luck to ya.
Hope you have a great rest of the week sweetie :)
Big Hugs,
Queenie
P.S. Loved the beautiful Rose China Mosaic...in the post down below!

Tardevil said...

Sooo cute, Stephanie! Did you make the ornaments yourself?

Natasha said...

That is such a cute tree. I might try and make one of these too-great idea!

I love your blog Stephanie. I am now following this blog and your Christmas one!

Best wishes,
Natasha.

Marydon said...

G'morn, Stephanie ~
What a darling idea ... you come up with the most beautiful ideas & this is such fun!

Have a beautiful weekend, my friend.
TTFN ~ Hugs, Marydon

Dogmom Diva said...

Hi Stephanie, love your tree and ornies! Can I aske, where did you find that tree, I have been looking for one!!

Thanks for stopping by, very sweet of you!


hugs
Barb

Jil~Say It With Roses said...

Love your twiggy tree!
Jil

Janean said...

a twiggy tree is a great solution for so many who are on a strict budget too. thanks for the inspiration.

Susan said...

Hello Stephanie...Adorable decorations. Thank you so much for stopping by my blog and commenting. I will always love your visit. Susan

Deanna said...

How adorable the spooky tree is! Anything with candy corn is just up my alley!

Have a great day!
Deanna :D

Twyla and Lindsey said...

Hi Stephanie! I'm catching up with you today. Hope you are having a beautiful autumn! Twyla

Celestina Marie Designs said...

HI Sweet Stephanie,
Oh I love your spooky Halloween tree and cross stitch cuties. I bet K really enjoys to see this too.
Halloween is so fun and I know you enjoy to decorate with your grands too.
Love your graphic and blog look. I tried to get to the phone this week, but no luck. LOL! I am so busy these days, but I think of you all the time and send my love always.
I'll try again soon.

Thanks for stopping by and your kind comments.
Love and Blessings, Celestina Marie