I am a Victorian Soul, who lives in a small townhouse that was built in the mid 1970's, not a huge Mega Mansion!! I just recently lost my Hubby Joe, who was a Retired Letter Carrier. I worked night shift as an RN on a Hospital based Rehabilitation( Physical Medicine) Unit for 37 years before I had Knee Replacement Surgery and officially Retired in 2019 after 41 years working in Direct Patient Care ... I am so glad that we retired at 62 years of age and got to spend that time together before he passed....I still do love Retirement!!!!


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George Eliot was actually a pen name for a woman named Mary Anne Evans......


Saturday, September 21, 2019

Fall/ Halloween Kitchen Tree, 2019

 Welcome to Debbie-Dabble Blog!!
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 Today, I will be sharing my Fall/Halloween Tree in the Kitchen!!

But first, I want to Thank the hosts of Funtastic Friday for featuring my post, Fall/Halloween Ornaments, as the Most Viewed from last week's Party!!
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A few weeks ago, I read a post over on Penny's Blog, Penny's Vintage Home, about how she decided to put up a Fall Tree in the Kitchen  this year making it easy to transition it to Christmas!!!!

I thought now why didn't I think of that!!

So I decided to set up my Tree that I usually have in the Kitchen for Christmas.....
And for Winter.....
I now will have one less Tree to set up when I start my Christmas decorating.....

I started decorating my "new" Fall/Halloween Kitchen Tree by adding a set of orange lights.....
I then wrapped a garland that I already had and bought at Dollar Tree last year, around the Tree......
I used this because it had red leaves on it, matching my Kitchen.....
I did not want to spend a lot of money on decorating this Tree so I decided to make the ornaments for it.....
If you missed this post, please click HERE....

I found this cute Jack O Lantern trim in my stash so I added it to a few of these ornaments that I already made.....
I made a bow for the top of the Tree out of ribbon that I had used to make other bows and a Fall wreath for the Kitchen last year....
Luckily, I had just enough of this ribbon left over.....
As a Topper for the Tree, I used an Owl Stake that I recently bought at Dollar General......
The cute little scare crow was bought this year at Dollar Tree.....
I  found bush of faux red leaves that I already had so I cut it apart and tucked the red leaves into the Tree....
I am going to let the photos do the talking.....
And here she is in all her glory......
 I am so glad that I decided to decorate a Fall/Halloween Tree for the Kitchen this year.....
I am really pleased with how it came out and it didn't cost a lot of money to decorate it....
It really blends in nicely with the display that I have on the desk area of my hutch.....
In my next post, I will be sharing how I decorated this part of the Kitchen.....
 I just finished decorating the Living Room for Fall......

It took me 4 days because I give the room a thorough cleaning, change curtains and linens, bring down the platform and set up the 7 foot slim Tree in the corner of the room and decorate it, set up a Fall Village and essentially decorate the whole room for Fall.....

All I have left to do now is to decorate the Dining Room for Halloween.....

Joe and our oldest son, Joey, are enjoying their annual trip to Pittsburgh to see a Pittsburgh Pens Exhibition Hockey game.....

They also visited the Heinz History Center which houses the Pittsburgh Sports museum......

Joe was in his glory!!!
Joe tells me he has taken a lot of pictures from their trip which I will be sharing in a future post.......

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  1. Once again you have excelled yourself and decorated the tree so beautifully, you certainly have an eye for detail.

  2. I really like your fall tree. It is very cute. I like those owls.

  3. I love it all but those owls really stand out! Very fun, Debbie!

  4. Adorable tree Debbie. Love how you used the owls. Hugs and blessings, Cindy

  5. That is adorable! Where did you find orange lights?

  6. Very cute, Debbie - love all the hand-made touches, too! All of your sweet vignettes on your little hutch are so darling and fun to look at. So nice for the guys to get away to see the game, too. So glad that you are recovering from your surgery and back to your creative self again. Love the front garden, it's so full of beautiful fall colors. Shows lots of work and love......Hugs xo Karen

  7. Hi Deb, your home always looks so cozy in the fall with all your pretties in place. Thanks for your visit and stay tuned for more..Happy Monday..xxoJudy

  8. Cute little owl tree with all your handmade creations. You must be a busy bee!

    1. Sarah,
      Thanks so much for taking the time to leave such a kind comment!!

  9. Your tree turned out so cute Debbie, your ornaments look adorable on it!

  10. Love your Halloween tree Debbie! I thought about doing one this year but I got sucked into just buying more Christmas decor. LOL.

  11. I think the owls are my favorite. :)

  12. Love the little tree! I have one just like it and I used to keep it decorated for every season! Thanks for linking up with us at the #GatheringofFriendsLinkParty 7 pinning!

  13. When I first saw your tree, I thought, now I know what she did with all those ornaments she made! Great job, Debbie! Thank you for sharing at Party In Your PJ's.

  14. Super cute, Debbie! Thanks for sharing at Vintage Charm!

  15. Debbie,
    As usual, you have created a fabulous decorated tree for Halloween. I love all of the decorations. Congrats, you are being featured on Thursday Favorite Things. I hope you will stop by.


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