Celebrating All Hallow’s Eve

After the trick or treaters have come and gone, how will you spend what’s left of your hallowed evening? For me, it’s going to be a relaxing, candlelit bubble bath.

Lots of autumn candles scented with pumpkin and cinnamon.
Makes me wanna just climb on in.
A good book is a must when you want to linger in the bubbles.
A variety of candles is heavenly, as long as you make sure the fragrances blend well.
I wrapped a few mason jars with fall leaves and secured them in place with twine.
The leaves got a thin coat of Mod Podge to ensure they didn’t dry and curl up.

Since it’s All Hallow’s Eve, let’s turn the lights down a bit more …
I love lots of candles on Halloween.
Hope you had a Happy Hallow’s Eve!

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  1. Jennifer beautiful photos! Enjoy your bath! I wish I had time for that.After trick or treating is over it is dinner time,making lunches and movie time with my husband!
    Have a great evening!

  2. now THIS is the way to do the holiday right.

    hope you’ll stop by…i am now happily sharing photos and info about my paris trip (but none of the ‘croissant-top’ i earned)!

    smiles to you.


  3. Thank you for popping over to my blog and leaving your kind comment.
    It must have been a very relaxing bath… you created such a wonderful atmosphere in your beautiful bathroom and those candles must smell divine.
    have a fabulous weekend!

  4. Hi Jennifer,
    I can’t think of a better way to relax and unwind from the busy trick or treaters. Love, love your beautiful bath and those candles are so beautiful.

    Hope to have my new bath ready soon. Can’t wait.


  5. Oh how wonderful! I love relaxing baths. Your decor is so lovely for fall- I absolutely love the idea of wrapping the mason jars with leaves and securing with twine- that is genius and adorable! Everything looks beautiful- can’t wait to explore the rest of your blog 🙂