Some photos from the local Home Goods. Not too thrilled with this year's designs. Hopefully some more traditional decorations hit the shelves.
There's FINALLY a Home Goods by my house! The ceramic pumpkins look great as do the wax vintage looking jack o's :)
Whoa! Your HomeGoods is leaps and bounds ahead of mine! I went this past Sunday, they were JUST beginning to put it out.... I saw some things in those pics I am definitely interested in! Thanks for the sneak peek ;)
My local TJ Maxx and craft stores haven't inspired me yet. Perhaps I am just spoiled? I don't pull out my wallet anymore unless an item is very high quality, unusual, and perfectly in line with my aesthetic (witches and fauna, not so much the skulls or gore). I actually found a few really cute things at Pier 1 last year.
I bought three signs at Homegoods on Sunday and some battery-powered candles for my lanterns. Awesome metal lanterns, I might add, that I got on super-clearance from Michael's just a couple of weeks ago (about $5 each). I feel extra triumphant over them because Michael's now has about the crappiest STYROFOAM lanterns in the Halloween section for--I believe--$12.99! Did you catch that? They're Styrofoam!
BTW, I'm loving those little wax retro jack-o-lanterns in your last photo. They didn't have those at my store.
The last pic redeemed the rest . LOL. I'm undecided,too. Too shiny. :/
Yeah, your store as ALOT more out than the one here. But at least they started.
Still slooooow at my H.G. Yeah, i'm not digging the shiny glass pumpkins trend.
Diggin the ceramic & wax pumpkins as well.Did they have any headless horseman stuff? Both of our statues broke last year :(
Definitely no headless horseman stuff.We'll keep checking each weekend...i'll post more pics.
i like the little dudes in the last pic, they're a nice "modern" homage to the old time paper jacks.
Very Martha Stewart-ish. Not spooky enough, although it looked like there was lots of yummy candles!
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