Halloween is probably second to Christmas as far as the full-on excitement it generates in my girls. They start talking about Halloween in early September! October 1 is the day I typically drag all our decorations out for the holiday.
I love decorating for the holidays and I like to add a few decorations each year. I don’t have many Halloween decorations, though, much to my girls’ chagrin. Pottery Barn Kids always has cute, well-made kids Halloween decorations so I was thrilled to review a couple of their Halloween decor goodies that I can bring out every fall.
The Halloween Tree Centerpiece is now sold out so I am so glad I was able to add it to our Halloween decoration collection! It is much, much larger in real life than it appears online and I can’t wait to add some spooky ornaments to it. It looks great in the center of our breakfast bar and on our table.
Speaking of table, we also have the fun Pottery Barn Kids Halloween tablecloth! It’s on sale now for $36.99 and would be a great way to spook up your kitchen table. One thing I love about Pottery Barn is that they always have great after-season sales.
If you’re still searching for costumes, the PBteen 2011 Halloween Collection is also worth checking out for fun ideas for teens. The collection includes choices for boys and girls, from doughnuts and cupcakes to Frankenstein and the mad scientist, and right now costumes are 35% off (plus free shipping!) Pottery Barn Kids is also offering free shipping on all costumes and treat bags.
Have you decorated for Halloween yet? What are some of your favorite decorations? Do you like the ghastly horror type decorations or more cute, vintage type decor? I tend to like the more classic (and cute) decorations that aren’t too scary. Now if I can just scare myself away from all the candy that’s supposed to be for trick or treaters.
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