Wednesday, 26 October 2016

10 things to do this halloween

1. Carve some pumpkins with Sean, we did this last year and they both went terribly wrong! Now I think we could be ready to do them properly.
2. Bake some spooky treats. I am loving looking at Pinterest for some inspiration, I have some ideas in mind.
3. Have a long Halloween Lush bath using the sparkly pumpkin bubble bars. I have been waiting for the perfect opportunity to use one and I think Halloween will be the perfect day to do so, as it is full of uplifting oils and has a hint of sparkles.
4. Take my youngest cousin treat or treating. Last year it was her first time and she really loved it, so I have decided to take her again.
5. Grab myself this adorable velvet cat bag from ASOS.
6. Paint my nails in dark, vampy shades.
7. Create some smokey eye looks using my Urban Decay Naked palette.
8. Curl up on the sofa with a new book, Frozen Charlotte sounds like a great book for Halloween.
9. Have a Harry Potter movie marathon with some treats like Mr Kiplings Frenchie Fancies.
10. Visit Homesense for more home touches for this time of year. They are amazing during A/W time.

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4 comments

  1. Love love love. I think doing all these things is on my list of things to do but the end of October! Not long to go :)
    Gemma xx

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  2. Need to get myself down to Homesense and stock up on pretty autumn things!

    Parie x
    Class and Glitter

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  3. That's a great bucket list! It inspired me to also create my own little bucket list for this halloween.

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  4. Ah I love this.. I actually painted my nails a vampy shade on halloween night.. that's about as far as my celebrations went haha. Your picture is stunning too! Obsessed with your blog, keep up the amazing work! x

    adelelydia.blogspot.com

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