Welcome to Prospect Dark | Halloween Stoop Decor

It's that time of year again!  Time to open my literal closet full of skeletons and decorate for Halloween. Welcome to Prospect Dark!


A few months ago, I stumbled upon this old baby pram that started me on the idea as a play on our local park, Prospect Park.  Of course our version is only for the dead and their leisurely pursuits.

This park has a mom and dad fussing over baby, a cyclist, a graveyard, spooky plants and of course one angry dog.

I made the two large tombstones using some scrap wood.  One to honor the famous designers of the real Prospect Park and the other to reference our planned family costume, The Addams Family. I usually like to make the décor match our costume more closely but I made an exception this year and just keep the décor in the generally creepy category. I think the Addams family would be happy to spend time in this park, don't you agree?


  1. As always...perfectly perfect in everyway..

  2. i look forward to these every year!!!

  3. Wow, such a fresh idea! LOVE!

  4. Every year, I wonder what the Halloween decor will be like and I have to say I'm never disappointed!

  5. Anonymous8:42 PM

    You come up with the best ideas every year. Does it cause cars to drive by slowly to take it all in?

  6. Looks amazing as usual!

  7. Anonymous8:56 AM

    Where do you get the eyeballs in the plants? Those are adorbs!

  8. As every year, I am a fan by the declination of the theme and aesthetics in every detail. You rock !

  9. I can't with this whole set-up!! Forever impressed.

  10. Anonymous6:34 PM

    I love you more every HALLOWEEN!! Details, details, details!!!! It's absolutely brilliant!!

  11. Anonymous7:29 PM

    Another winner! Of all the blog posts around Halloween, yours is the one I most look forward to. You are incredibly clever and talented.


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