Happy Halloween! I am over at The Neighborhood today sharing my tips for green ways to say so long to your pumpkin after the festivities this weekend. Pop over to see how easy it can be to show the planet a little love instead of just throwing that jack-o-lantern in the trash. Head over to The Neighborhood for the full post on how to dispose of your pumpkin in a green way.
UGH WORDPRESS- here is the post that was schedule for yesterday! I have a hard time loving Halloween. Trust me, I have tried to get into the spooky spirit, but always find decorating for the holiday a little too cheesy for my taste. Instead of trying to decorate the house, I am opting to do my version of a classy (ugh, I hate that word) Halloween table setting by adding some simple scary touches to my everyday tableware. Here are some of my favorite finds that have me ready to hit up my local Michaels this weekend. These bloody cups are simply genius! Snake Candleholders, yes please! I might spray paint mine silver to tie the center of the table together. Spider Plates– the perfect DIY to add to your everyday plates or for a larger event you could apply this to clear plastic ones to make them extra special. I have a couple of Halloween parties coming up and still no costume. Any ideas?
So many exciting things coming to jentertaining this season and one of them is my partnership with Vivint. They create fabulous home automation systems and have a great neighborhood blog packed with helpful info from safety tips to entertaining ideas. When they asked me to come up with some ideas for a neighborhood-focused Halloween party, I immediately wanted to bring the festivities outside. Follow me over to the Vivint Blog to see how you can change things up this Halloween.