Hubby and I went to pick the pumpkin from a local farm. As I thought, the pumpkins were overpriced, but we were on the field looking for them, so it was worth the extra pound. We also bought some fresh veggies and eggs at a very good price and fresh and local, things I care about. I made a list with Halloween ideas thanks to the lovely ladies that joined in my linky and I had some ideas too.
I took a wheelbarrow although I was sure I didn’t actually need one.
The farm was nicely decorated with hay-bails as minions and a big pumpkin. As it’s visible in the background, the car park was full in a weekday.
On the field there weren’t many left as they had a special day for picking the pumpkins. It was nice though to see the field and the kids excited.
I had appropriate jewellery, my handmade spider necklace that I wear more than just for Halloween. I also have a pair of bats I got from ebay at auction for £1 a few months ago.
Things to do for Halloween.
Lianne made a Halloween poster that I thought it’s a great idea if you have kids. I imagine it can be tricky if you have a small child and the door bell is keeping him awake.
Tina and her kids made this wonderful cardboard house. It looks cute and I think it’s great to get the little ones involved in some DIY and painting, keep them entertained while being creative.
This sweetheart is Becster’s daughter, isn’t she cute?! I love the outfit.
The spooky eyes are my idea.
I made black buns after seeing this idea on Instagram.