In the family, room, I filled the printer's tray with tiny Fall and Halloween fun.
My small Halloween paper doll collection occupies a couple of the shelves. The scrapbook on the right isn't a Halloween decoration, but it's a neat old scrapbook given to me by a friend. In our town, people don't throw away anything without first asking if I want it! Thank you, Kerri.
Fruit, pumpkins, and a pumpkin-headed girl fill another shelf.
Some more Fall/Halloween decorations bring the celebrations to an end table.
On the desk on the other side of the sofa, a few pumpkins add to the Fall décor.
Halloween has taken over the drop leaf table at the end of our other sofa in the room.
I hung a black cat cone on the lamp shade.
You've probably heard of turtles on a log, frogs on a log, and knots on a log, but you may not have heard of jack-o-lanterns on a log - only at Laurie's!
Another jack-o-lantern decorates a wooden box on this table.
I love sunlight streaming through the windows, but it sure makes it hard to take a picture of a cloche.
Under the glass are tiny vintage (and a little spooky) articulated trick-or-treaters I bought at an estate sale.
I love it when you stop by to see what I'm doing.