The month of October is upon us, which for many means last minute shopping for costumes, sweets for trick or treaters and of course pumpkins to carve.
The tradition of carving faces into vegetables dates to the Celts. As part of their autumnal celebration, they wanted to light the way to their homes for the good spirits, so they carved faces into vegetables such as turnips and squash. A light was placed within the hollowed out vegetable.
It is already that time of the year where our homes are filled with ugly and scary Halloween decorations which look so fun and creative. Just imagine taking a dead flower bed and sticking tombstones in it to make it look like a graveyard! Happy Halloween!! There are so many ways to decorate for Halloween. […]