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One more Witch cottage tour

Posted by luvstocraft (My Page) on
Thu, Oct 21, 10 at 13:15

Here's another tour for you to enjoy. Lots of neat ideas which she shares on other posts if you want to browse a bit. enjoy! Luvs

PS. Can you tell I'm spending waaay too much time enjoying all these Halloween decorating blogs????? LOL

Here is a link that might be useful: Witch cottage tour

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RE: One more Witch cottage tour

Ewwwww...that "wicked" witch sitting there....looks like a long, lost relative! This is one spooky cottage! TFS! Jeanne S. Creepy, creepy, think I'm becoming a "sissy" in my "older" age! LOL!

RE: One more Witch cottage tour

I like the vintage Halloween decor...but I agree with
Jeanne..ewwwww Creepy stuff.
I would feel very uncomfortable staying there...too many creey things...Like That Witch In The Chair! Geeezzz Louise - Not For Me! lol


RE: One more Witch cottage tour

Loved it the creepier the better for me.

RE: One more Witch cottage tour

Loved the wreath and mantel. Looks like a pretty neat home, however, I wouldn't want to go there alone at night. Way to eery for that.


RE: One more Witch cottage tour

I love her door decoration! I like everything else too, but the door is my favorite!

RE: One more Witch cottage tour

I really liked her door decoration too Williamsburgjane, it must be something she purchased, I didn't see it mentioned in any of her "how to" posts.

She does tell how she did the witch in the chair--just an enlarged picture. Said it probably cost her around $60 to have it enlarged and laminated. I think her photography plays a big part in how great it all looks--just the right lighting and good close ups.

I thought it was fun, glad you gals thought so too.


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