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Colourful Fridays with Robyn @ Daisy Quilts – Colours of Halloween

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As we don’t really celebrate Halloween here in Australia, I don’t really associate anything more than orange and black with Halloween. So instead of hunting for Halloween colours and things, I am posting a few pics from our Halloween last year, where we joined an American friend who loves to celebrate Halloween. We went trick or treating around her neighbourhood with about 17 kids and had a great time.

And the highlight of the evening for the kids (other than lots of lollies!) was making the pumpkin jack-o-lantern, especially helping to remove the pumpkin guts!

Happy Halloween to all who celebrate it!

To see what others find in their hunt for colours of Halloween, visit Daisy Quilts to find links to the other colourful participants!

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Author: Elaine

Artist, writer, married, mother, living with Ankylosing Spondylitis and winning (most of the time). My creative impulses have led me to drawing, pastel painting, writing, handcrafts and photography.

10 thoughts on “Colourful Fridays with Robyn @ Daisy Quilts – Colours of Halloween

  1. I gotta say…
    These pics are fantastically scary!!
    Sounds like the kids had a blast and I bet you did watching them.
    Hope K is feeling better very soon.

    Boo!!

  2. What fun pictures. Your blog is so pretty. I think the signs were great to include. Love Lois

  3. Wow, great photos. Happy Halloween

  4. Hi Elaine.
    What great memories and what a lovely opportunity to be able to share in this with your friend. Love the pics!
    Have fun!

  5. Trick or Treat – Loved your pics!
    The kids looked like they of fun πŸ™‚
    Cheers

  6. When someone says the word Halloween I always think of pumpkins. Charmaine

  7. Pumpkins, pumpkins everywhere. Got to love them πŸ™‚

  8. Great pictures , fun fun!

  9. Cool photos…I love the idea of the jack-0-lanterns!
    Happy Halloween

  10. Great photos, looks like you had a fabulous time.

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