Halloween Orange Black and Boo
Halloween Orange Black and Boo is the name of the game on the 31st October in the English culture and tradition.
Coming from the old Celtic culture, we are still celebrating Halloween today and we adore having fun at this time every year. The sense of it may vary though… Some put on costumes and kids go out for “Trick or Treat” goodies. Some relate this day to superstitions and evils spirits to be avoided.
Here there are some posters based on my original travel photographs. I uploaded them to my Fine Art America gallery, and they are available as prints for wall, home decor and accessories as gift ideas. Just click on them for fore options:
Similarly, at this time of the year, Mexicans celebrate the Day of the Death (“Dia De Los Muertos”). No matter how you see or interpret this holiday, it’s all related to the Boo! … but most of all, FUN 🙂 Because, FUN was always the best way to get away from bad things, RIGHT?. This holiday is also related to witches, black cats and bats and I have those too 🙂 Just click on the images to see more options:
More Halloween gift ideas
Do you plan to have a Halloween party? You may want to use some funky coffee mugs, or ornate your living-room with a scary pillow or too…, just for fun 🙂 Here I’m showing you a few ideas, but you can see much more in my gallery
Do you want to start the BOO in your neighborhood? Easy: get out with a Tote Bag representing some scary/funny things 🙂
Some Halloween Tote Bags ideas from my Halloween gallery:
I think that the traditional lit pumpkins will do it in the best way. A funny pillow, shower curtain or just a coffee mug will also do the job, and you can see them all here.
Whatever you decide, I wish you a Funny Fun Halloween! 🙂
I like the simplicity of the image! Cool!
Thank you very much Terri 🙂