Firstly, I hope you’re all enjoying the Halloween festivities as much as you can in this uncertain and ever changing time. I hope not being able to trick or treat hasn’t put a damper on things and you’re all still embracing the spookiness as much as you can.
Now as you may have already guessed by the title of this post, after Halloween a lot of people have no idea what to do when it comes to disposing of their pumpkins. Well look no further I have complied a list below of ideas for you and your family to make a longer life of your pumpkins that served you well over the festive season of Halloween.
So it is now officially autumn season (my favourite season!) and this means I have so many activities and places I want to visit to help myself and others get in the ‘autumnal’ mood. I’d love to hear what your favourite season is and why?
I do love the typical autumn walks with the crunchy leaves and the trees turning orange and brown. I also love the crisp mornings with the dew on the grass and the not so much ‘pitch black’ skies but the darker moodier mornings. Below I’ve complied a list of a few things I want to do/places to go during autumn:
Visit a Pumpkin Patch.
Buy and carve/decorate a Pumpkin.
‘Cosy-fy’ the flat (fairy lights, candles, throws and cushions).
Evening walks in the crunchy leaves.
Movie Nights with hot chocs, candles & Halloween films.
Visit a Bonfire around Bonfire night.
Coffee shop dates.
Celebrate Thanksgiving in some way.
Go Conker picking.
Bake cookies / buns / cakes etc.
Make my own hot drinks (Pumpkin spiced lattes etc).
If there are any other things you think I may have missed off my list please be sure to comment them below or let me know somehow. I am excited to see a lot more autumnal content and all the neutral colour schemes that will be bracing our Instagram feeds soon (if they haven’t already).
If you have a favourite season, let me know what it is and why!