Come with me to visit the House on Windy Hill. Legend has it that a woman lived there long ago. They say she could talk to spirits. Spirits who came to visit her in the eerie calm of the night. No one has seen or heard from her in nearly fifty years yet once a year, on All Hallows Eve soft candle light glows from her windows and doorway. Shadows flicker across the barren yard and if you listen closely a woman's voice whispers your name, ever so softly. Who dares to visit the empty house on this haunted night?
Perhaps this brave little witch looking for a treat?
Or this pumpkin fairy with her jack-o-lantern bucket.
The House on Windy Hill also happens to be in a cigar box. My husband got it for me a while ago and I was finally inspired to do something with it. It's still a work in progress so stay tuned for more.
Last week I posted my collection of Martha Stewart magazines and Wendy reminded me of this one from last year. I forgot to include it in the picture so this week she gets her very own spot.
Can you see her just beyond the candlelight?
This little fairy decided my Halloween Fairy Wand would be a lot more fun than that cigar box. I was inspired to make this after seeing some lovely ones at the Paperie Party. I also used black tulle and this fun polka dot netting along with paper.
You might remember my witch Lucinda who came to join me for the Mad Tea Party. She adores candlelight as you can see.
Even my Luna thought the candles were just too magical to pass up. She's so excited to have her first Halloween with us this year.
I found this fun Halloween countdown widget at WiddlyTinks.com. There are a few other designs to choose from if you'd like to put one on your blog too.
Happy Spooky Mondays!