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Even though this blog looks like my old one, Debbie-Dabble, "Debbie-Dabble Blog" is my new Blog that I created on June 23, 2016, after my old one was hacked through my Debbie-Dabble Face Book Page which I have now deleted!!

I am a Victorian Soul, live in a small townhouse, not a huge Mega Mansion, with my Hubby Joe. I recently went Part Time after working full time night shift as an RN on a Hospital based Rehabilitation( Physical Medicine) Unit for 32 years and have been in nursing for 38 years!

I DABBLE IN A BIT OF THIS AND THAT!!!!

" IT IS NEVER TOO LATE TO BE WHAT YOU MIGHT HAVE BEEN"
George Eliot
George Eliot was actually a pen name for a woman named Mary Anne Evans......

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Wednesday, October 12, 2016

Halloween Tree and Village, 2016

Our Living Room is decorated in an Elegant Fall Theme but I decorate the Dining Room in a Blcak , White and Silver Spooky Halloween Theme.......

Today, I am going to share my Halloween Village and Tree in the Dining Room........
For my Halloween Tree, I started with a silver Tree that I bought at a Church Flea Market several years ago.......
Hanging above the Tree, in the corner is a Halloween Tussie Mussie that I made.......
To the side of the Tree, on the wall is a shelf......
A Skeleton Bride and Groom......
Back to the Tree.........

I used a set of White Lights and a set of Ghost Lights on the Tree.....
For a Topper, I made a bow using 3 different types of ribbon.......
The Tree is decorated with black and white garland bought at Dollar Tree........
A glittered black leaf garland.......
Skulls and Skeletons.......
Crows, Spiders.......
Black and Silver ornaments bought on Clearance after Christmas.....
Bats and Witch's Hats.........
Black and Silver Spider Web Butterflies......
And Pumpkins with Spooky Faces!!!!
On the shelf above the Buffet........
I bought this Halloween Village many years ago at Jo Ann Fabrics.......
I have added to it over the years , buying items from the Lemax Spooky Town Collection at Micheals.....

The bones that are scattered about is candy bought at Dollar Tree!!!
I will let the photos do the talking......
This fiberoptic piece was bought many years ago at Target........

I hope you enjoyed seeing my Halloween Tree and Village........
In my next post, I will share how the rest of the Dining Room looks all decked out for Halloween!!!

So I hope you will come by and visit  again!!

And thanks to those who took the time out of their busy day to spend a little bit of time with me!!

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Hugs,
Debbie
   I am linking up to these parties:

Happy Halloween Link Party 

Halloween Blog Hop 

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THURSDAY
The Homemaking Party
Home and Garden Party Thursday
 Share Your Cup Thursday
Share Your Style Thursday Link Up Party
Thursday Favorite Things Blog Hop 
 Idea Box- Thursday Linky Party
 Creative Ways Link Party
 Inspired Creations Linky Party
My 2 Favorite Things on Thursday
 Thoughts of Home on Thursday
Vintage Charm
 Grace at Home Party

FRIDAY
Simple and Sweet Fridays
The Creative Exchange
Home Sweet Home Friday
Friday Features Linky Party
Foodie Friday and Everything Else
 Funtastic Friday
 Friday Favorites
 Home Matters Linky Party
 What To Do Weekends
  Flaunt It Fridays
 Friday's Five Features Party 

SATURDAY
 Pink Saturday-Anything Goes!!
Best of the Weekend Party
The Creative Collection Link Party
 Simple Saturdays Blog Hop
 Saturday Sparks

SUNDAY
Share It One More Time Sundays
Snickerdoodle Sunday
Bouquet of Talent Linky Party
 Sundays at Home
 Silver Pennies Sunday
 Happiness is Homemade Linky Party
 
MONDAY
Inspiration Mondays
Busy Monday
What'd You Do This Weekend?
Cooking and Crafting with J & J
Metamorphosis Monday
Blue Monday
Make It Pretty Monday

TUESDAY
Show and Share Party
Tuesdays At Our Home
Wake Up Wednesdays
Ducks in a Row Wonderful Wednesdays Blog Hop
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Sizzle into Summer Party
Talk of the Town Party
Party in Your PJ's
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17 comments:

  1. Your skeleton bride and groom caught my eye.....so cute! And your Halloween tree is gorgeous....the use of a silver tree is perfect! hugs....

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  2. Hi Deb. The silver tree is the perfect backdrop for the skulls, crows and all the other bits and pieces that make Halloween so fun. The bride and groom are perfect But the scariest thing of all is that pic in the right hand corner of your blog, especially if it didn't have the red line through it!!! You did good on that one..Happy Wednesday..Judy

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  3. Your tree looks great! I love the big skulls:@)

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  4. Hello Debbie, your tree is amazing all the lovely holloween things.. I love the bride and groom to cute. Wishing you a great Thursday with love Janice

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  5. The tree is gorgeous, and such a lovely idea ♥

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  6. The halloween tree is very original and well done. The skeleton bride is my favourite.
    HUgs Alessandra

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  7. Debbie, your Halloween tree and village are "spooktacular"! I love every inch of this tree! Great inspiration for my tree that will hopefully go up this weekend.
    Catherine

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  8. What a great spooky display! I love the black and silver with touches of orange! Thank you for sharing this post at the Halloween Blog Hop and $100 Giveaway! -Marci @ Stone Cottage Adventures

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  9. fun halloween village, the silver tree was a great idea to use for halloween decorations, looks great with all your decorations!

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  10. You village puts my tiny village to shame...lol. I actually didn't even bother to decorate for Halloween this year and this makes me want to pull it all out. BTW - what is a tussie mussie?

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  11. Whoo you tree looks great Debbie, love the Halloween themed tree :) Thanks for sharing at Creative Mondays

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  12. Debbie, I just sent my little grandson an assortment of miniatures for their Spooky Town. I actually found them at the thrift store ;) Your tree and village are appropriately spooky, lol! Thanks for sharing @Vintage Charm!

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  13. Wow, Debbie, you went all out and it's awesome! So many interesting things to look at that I wish I could shop some of your decor. LOL. I love the tall skinny bride and groom, along with the smaller round table with the Victorian style hurricane lamp that has the witch hat perched on top. That's something I do with a few of my hats. You really have a fantastic collection of Halloween decor. I just thinned out a lot of mine, giving it to a dear friend who has young daughters. She lost all of her holiday decor in a divorce and with the two bonus kids and brand new baby and a new home with her loving family, I figured they would get much more enjoyment out of it than I do.

    It has been to many years since I went all out for Halloween. I shared just a few little spots on my blog. It's not nearly as exciting as yours with so many details and interesting things to see.

    I'm sure your family is enjoying such a fun home to live in.

    Thank you for sharing with us at Thursday Favorite Things. I will be featuring this afternoon on my blog. If you would like to reply, I'm going to leave a coded email so I don't get creepy spammers snagging my email. You are always welcome to catch me on Facebook or comment directly on my blog. I read every single comment and reply to 98% of them. (I try to reply to everyone, but sometimes I get distracted).

    reinvented(dot) co (at) gmail (dot) com is my everyday email.

    Olivia (at) reinvented collection (dot) com is my official business fancy schmancy email. You know, everyone says as a business it's tacky to have a good old .gmail. Either one works but I reply much quicker to the fuddy duddy one.

    Again, thanks for sharing with us.

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  14. Debbie, your Halloween tree and village are wonderful! What a fun display. Thanks for sharing your creativity with us at Snickerdoodle! Pinning

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  15. The silver tree is so creative and fun! Loved seeing your beautiful village :)

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  16. Everything is so pretty! :)

    I would love for you to share this with my Facebook Group for recipes, crafts, tips, and tricks: https://www.facebook.com/groups/pluckyrecipescraftstips/

    Thanks for joining Cooking and Crafting with J & J!

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  17. Your Halloween tree is amazing! I love the skulls and Jack-o-lanterns in the tree. This has to be the best Halloween tree ever!

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