On the front door a small wreath with felt Halloween figures.
Here is my one quilt that I have up for Halloween. I know, pretty measly but I'm a walking scary decoration during this season anyway so everything else is limited to plastic and stuffed. This was a kit sent to me by my friend Noriko-san that she made herself. (Mine looks exactly like hers but she made hers an oblong shape). Unfortunately Noriko-san had mastered the art of paper piecing and had showed me the basics in a very short one hour lesson when she was visiting from her faraway hometown. After she went home I got out my sewing machine and proceeded to completely annihilate the paper foundation on one piece before giving up. Obviously I didn't have the slightest idea about the theory of paper piecing (folding the paper away etc. etc.) so I taped the perforated, ripped foundation paper together, made minuscule cardboard templates and long after that first Halloween finally made all the blocks by hand. Of course no one realizes the torture I went through to get this made and I love my little Halloween quilt but it came by hard work. Not long after I spent a year paper piecing by Internet lessons and I feel pretty confident now.
This is the craft project we are doing this week in my English class. It is a good thing I've only got three or four kids to a class! Here again I found the directions on the Internet and for fourth grade and above it is a good craft.
And this is my stuffed frog that only gets taken out during Halloween. It is too big to have sitting around on the sofa the rest of the year but Lemi loves it so much I may keep it out a while longer just for her. Funny cat. She usually hides away and people don't even realize we have her but since this frog has come out she sits between its arms on the armchair all day long. I know, Lemi and the frog and the armchair all blend together so it is kind of hard to see but everyone who comes in the house and sees them together wants a picture of them. My Halloween kitty and I didn't even know it.