New Orleans loves to celebrate Halloween, and I do too. I used the large spiders on the facade, and I love their creepy look. I’m no arachnophobe, so spiders do not bother me.
I love the spiders wandering on the 2nd floor balcony. The wreath sprayed flat black is filled with flicker lights. It looks so spooky at night.
I again used my gas lantern that I purchased last year from Bevolo on Royal Street.
On the transom, I used a willow mesh ribbon that I sprayed black. I filled the ribbon with flicker lights and love the effect at night. A chain and a crow complete the look.
Real pumpkins placed in each cast iron urn add to the seasonal decor. Lighted jack o’lanterns and pumpkins fill the spaces around the urns.
On the front porch wall, my oyster wreath is decorated with a glittery BOO sign surrounded by spiders. I love the ribbon that I found recently--- orange with web designs and spiders.
In the garden, a terracotta jack o’lantern purchased in 2004 from Boxwoods in Atlanta is a seasonal favorite. I fill it with flicker lights too.
I hope you enjoy this Bootiful facade. Thanks for stopping by.
BOOtiful facade, y’all!