halloween 2009

  • eyeball jar
    the theme for '09 was "the bride of frankenstein/mad scientist lab". we created the lab inside the garage because the weather was rainy. it was a lot easier because that gave us more time for set up than when it is all outside. we were able to set up with the door down and raise it for 'showtime'. a lot of people felt this was a scary year, but we didn't think it was as scary as previous years. maybe we are jaded?

Halloween 2008

  • Chop shop
    the creepy cafeteria and the bone chilling butcher shop were our themes this year. we served up candy and popcorn as treats but it was the show most people came for - and what a show it was.....click on the thumbnails to see a full photo and caption

halloween 2007

  • closeup of samuel
    some pics from halloween at the smart house. this year we did a scarecrow theme with hay covering the front yard and a row of cornstalks set up. the trick/treaters had to pass the zombie farmgirl and scarecrow, then head up the row past me (as another scarecrow) to get to sam and samuel for the candy....we set up a strobe/fog machine in the center to add to the spooky factor. it was a huge success, we had probably 150-200 kids come through....

halloween 2006

  • grim reaper
    photos of our spooky house on halloween night. i like to make a lot of our effects and props to keep costs down and add to the originality. plus then if i decide to change it out, i don't feel guilty for spending a lot of money. keeps my creative goth side busy....

christmas 2007

  • matching set of balls
    a peek into our house this holiday season....

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I think you did pretty good getting it all out of boxes and put away...you know where it is so that is organized enough. Ah, organizing....I *like* to organize, remember? I would loooove to have that much stuff to organize....heck, I just want that much to play with!! Love the green with the blacks. And the doors going outside would be awesome so all the stinky stuff could be easily carried out there to work. So glad you finally shared!


Looks good, Mo! Much cleaner than my mess! ;)


Hey there! Thanks for a peek into your creative room...love how it's bright & cheery! Have fun in NJ! Used to live there (W. New York...next to Hoboken & Weehawkin) and now in Chicago! Hope to meet you in person @ CHA! MargieH in Chicago!


thanks for the sneak peek, so fun to see where everyone spends their time and gets creative.

Kimberly Mahr Kwan

awesome! i'll be right over to create some messes....

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