Besides the 31 Days of Halloween countdown, here is what I was up to this Halloween season:
I frolicked in pumpkin patches with lost ghosts.
I carved lots of pumpkins...this was the first pumpkin carving of
the season. I think my "Spooky" pumpkin came out pretty good!
I made ghost pizza!
I attended Delusion: Lies Within, an incredible interactive
play/haunt in LA!
I made these adorable skull and crossbones pumpkin cornbread
muffins from a Trader Joe's mix and enjoyed them with
some vegan chili!
My awesome sea-star (sister) sent me a Halloween care package
with this rad "Happy Halloween Witches" sweatshirt and cool
I had chick'n and waffles and made it look like a monster or a gorilla,
depending on who you ask (FYI the chick'n is Gardein's cutlets and the
waffles are from Nature's Path).
I got this awesome postcard from the Sproul's.
I bought these stunning collar clips and old hag necklace
I ate ALL THE VEGAN CHOCOLATE shaped like Halloween
black cats, coffins, pumpkins, owls, and various other shapes
from Premium Chocolatiers.
I sported Gothcupcake's adorable Halloween hair bow.
I baked Trader Joe's pumpkin cornbread into shapes like
jack-o-lanterns, skulls, and bones.
I ate more vegan chocolates, this time from Coracao Confections!
I ate more waffles, topped with So Delicious' Coco Whip and served
with cold brew coffee in my jolly jack-o-lantern cup.
I brought home this cute succulent in a pumpkin-shaped pot that
matched my orange nails.
I ate all the pumpkin things, including this pumpkin food haul from
Sprouts market - Pumpkin Snaps, Harvest Pumpkin Tortilla Chips,
Sparkling Pumpkin Cider, Pumpkin Spice Hummus, and Maple
Pumpkin Butter. Yep, everything is vegan!
I drank a lot of pumpkin ale, like this Saranac (which is vegan),
and ate a lot of vegan pizza, like this one I made that is shaped like
a pumpkin and topped with kale, artichoke hearts, vegan cheese,
and vegan bacon.
I set up a Halloween card swap with a few friends and it was a lot of fun!
I couldn't resist these So Delicious Pumpkin Spice frozen treats, and
neither could my skeletal friends.
Everything is Halloween themed, even my homemade deodorant
(get the recipe!)! I used Halloween ice molds I got at the Dollar
Store to make Halloween deodorant!
I did a Halloween swap with talented artist Naisa Gómez Plúguez
and received some of her stunning artwork!
I made a few new friends...
...and so did my baby-bat kitty-cat Havoc!
I picked up a few new horror tees and some festive boxers to sleep in.
Of course, my drink of choice this season was Ghoul-Aid!
I started planning for Creepmas and checked out these
adorable bat ornaments at Roger's Gardens.
My teenage goth dreams came true and I got to see
Marilyn Manson for the first time ever!
Added bonus: it was in an intimate small space!
On Halloween night, we carved pumpkins, hung out with our
skeleton Frankie, and handed out candy to trick or treaters!
I scared little kids at the door with my skull makeup on
All Hallow's Eve.