HIBS100 – 5 Ways with Halloween


We’re just around the corner now from the spookiest time of year and here at HIBS100 HQ we are boldly peeking out from behind our sofa to see what you’re up to for Halloween.

Over at Champagne and Petals, Sarah has a chic take on the whole pumpkin-infested business. Have a look at her lovely wreaths, pretty decorations and table displays:


There are some great ideas for 3D displays over at Life at 139a with Stephanie. I can’t resist this black cat bunting:

Have you ever seen anything like these truly revolting edible fruit scabs, from Craft Invaders? No child in the country could possibly pass up the chance to make, and eat, something this ghastly:

Bringing us back a little bit to the idea of harvest, here’s a gorgeous post from Claire at the Evans-Crittens Lifestyle Blog on picking pumpkins:

And here’s the absolute last word in Halloween cuteness from Victoria at Verily Victoria Vocalises from her own pumpkin harvesting:

Aww! Bless him. The most adorable ghoul we’ve seen this season!

What are you up to for Halloween? Leave us a comment below or tweet us at @HIBS100.

Alice Cullerne Bown is a blogger, author, journalist and fanatical cushion-plumper. She spent much of her childhood creating room sets in shoe boxes and now attempts to style her real-life home, despite the best efforts of her husband, two children, two stepchildren and two cats. She is addicted to home makeover shows and likes to Hoover while watching Obsessive Compulsive Cleaners. She blogs at DD's Diary, www.dulwichdivorcee.com, and you can catch her on Twitter at @DDsDiary

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