Posted by: vmlay | October 28, 2009

Wordful Wednesday

Wordful Wednesday’s are hosted by Seven Clown Circus.

One of our Halloween traditions is the “ghostie tree” as the kids look forward to hanging up the ghosts every year.

Here are some photos of Alex and Mac putting up the ghosties, they worked really hard to get every one hung up even though the wind was blowing quite hard and the ghosties kept trying to escape!





By the time we finished it was dark, next time we won’t wait until after dinner to get started.  But the tree looks nice and spooky according to Mac 🙂




  1. Awww. They did a good job.

  2. Looks like fun! 🙂

  3. great pictures. i didn’t make ghosties this year. i thought about it, but got lazy and forgot. next year it will be a great project to do with kiddo. thanks for sharing and take care.

  4. Oh so cute! I love that idea.

  5. That reminds me of Christmas tree decorating, except that I’m always telling them where to put the

  6. Those look great up there and they can float in the wind!

  7. So cute! Looks like a fun time.

  8. What a great idea! I love it! Very perfect for this halloween week!

  9. I love neat traditions like that! Makes the holidays so much more meaningful.

  10. I love it that you have traditions like that. Your kids will be able to tell their kids about how they would make ghosties and hang them up on the tree… 🙂

  11. First I have to say I LOVE your blog header. So adorable! (I am a kitty fanatic!)
    And fun WW… love this idea for spooking up the tree.
    Thanks so much for stopping by to say hello!

  12. It looks like they had fun decorating!

  13. That’s a cute tradition. My kids always lament the lack of outside decorations at our house so maybe they can do something like this next year!

  14. This is a great idea – how did you make the ghosts? Are the plastic bags? or pillowcases? Thanks for entering the giveaway over at Playing by the book – it will be a pleasure to see you again over there – especially as I’m a fellow cat lover!

  15. Fun Fun! My kids like seeing those in trees. 🙂

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