halloween tin
Halloween,  Halloween decor

Cute not Creepy

I can’t believe that October is just around the corner. I feel like I just got my pumpkins out and cooler temperatures have barely begun. A few days ago, I pulled out the Halloween decor and started planning where it all would go. All was well, until I got to the kitchen. My pretty little buffalo plaid and orange striped pumpkins make me so happy that the thought of putting them away made me sad. So, I began planning how to keep them. Why couldn’t my kitchen Halloween decor be more fall, less Halloween. Cute not creepy!

chalk board

Don’t worry, I’ll still keep it a wee bit wicked! Here at the castle we do love our traditional Halloween decor.

halloween tin

In years past, my kitchen had a traditionally Apothecary theme.

Lots of beakers, black cauldrons spilling over with eyeball filled goo, and mad scientist flashing lights.

When I found this super cute essence of black cat whiskers apothecary tin I knew it was the perfect bridge of cute not creepy. Plus, it had the perfect colors to match my pretty pumpkins.

I plan on adding fresh flowers to this sweet tin as the month goes on.

cute not creepy

My table place setting is pretty traditional.

Orange placemat, black charger, white plates and a cute sugar skull salad plate.

stripe bowl

My second new addition to my cute not creepy table is these cute small bowls.

Cute not creepy

While not a traditional  halloween design, I love the cute stripes and polk-a-dots.

Cute not creepy

Plus, they were the perfect size for a small boo pumpkin and some treats!

striped bowl

I did keep my potions and spell sign and my Halloween banners.

For me, my kitchen turned out pretty cute- not creepy.

chalk board

Like I said, while it is still  a wee bit wicked, I think it also falls under the cute not creepy category.

So, mission accomplished!

Until next time….

              Tammy

 

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