We have had some great crisp fall mornings and I love to take my pooches out for a walk and I always bring my camera along with a poop bag...it never fails...every time we go for a walk Snickers gets to about halfway down the block and there she goes, never fails..why do dogs do that? Anyway as we go out for our morning stroll I've been snapping pictures of the cutest fall decorated porches in our neighborhood. There are a few vintage homes in the area and they are always my favorite to take pictures of.
One house over is my friend Cyndi's house, remember her designer kitchen here? I got some more pictures to share of her home and her tablescape but her is her porch for now.
This is one of my favorite houses and I love the autumnal colors they painted the house, kind of a dark khaki color. It has so many architectural details and those great windows with a hanging porch swing!
As was this one....a very colorful Victorian, which happens to be on the market. If you dare to gamble a guess as to which movie the two above homes where in I'll send you a prize if you are the first person to guess correct. The prize will be a very cute fall wreath. Leave a comment here on this post and by next week Wed, November 6th by midnight Pacific time the first commenter that is correct win the wreath! I'll annouce the winner on the 8th and reveal which Halloween movie those classic houses starred in. But before I leave you, here is the Cottage on Cullen's Halloween 2013 porch.
I got the idea of the floating witches' hat from Brooklyn Limestone, if you have not seen her blog..this is the best time of the year to do so, she has the BEST Halloween party ideas and decorations, I mean THE BEST!
Here is the side view of my porch...with my Candelier suspended from the ceiling. See the tall white funkin?? I had intentions with a capital I, to have my witchy silohuette done and plaster it on the funkin but I guess that project will have to wait until next year...time sometimes seems to get away from me.
I did whip up this raven wreath yesterday...I was at Michaels picking up some things for my daughters' costume and the glittered raven was 70 percent off I had a feather boa in the supply box and a wreath form from a yard sale...so using a hot glue gun, wham-0 got a wreath for the door.
Don't forget to leave a comment on this post on the Guess this Halloween movie giveaway? I hope you have safe Halloween Nights with Frights, Sights and some good bites!!