Sunday, October 22, 2017

Halloween Decorations

The gardens are haunted for the Halloween season. We have goblins, ghosts, and ghouls scattered about the gardens, along with festive pumpkins, and other not so scary decorations. Special thanks to Jim Thorpe sister Marj and her creatively wicked designs the gardens are spooky! With two Halloween Teas scheduled this month, our community Streets of Treats where the kids and their parents trick-or-treat at the local businesses, and our Annual Garlic Dinner coming up soon, the haunted gardens get a lot of attention.

So feel free to visit the gardens, we consider them public gardens, open from dawn to dusk. Stop by if you dare! And how do we decorate the tea room for the season? Well, we try to maintain the serenity of the tea room, with little touches of Halloween tricks and treats. This little skeleton drapes loosely over a framed teapot picture.

And we have creepy spiders crawling up the lace curtain, not everyone notices the spiders! And pretty little spider stencils are scattered about on a table that displays some china.

Of course we have fall decor, a pretty little pumpkin teapot and colorful fall leaves grace the tables. But beware, the teapot might hold some Gangrene Tea or Creepy Cappuccino for the unsuspecting visitors!

1 comment:

Marilyn Miller said...

How I wish I could walk in your creepy gardens in the evening dusk. Love the tearoom decorations too.