Not sure how the fox figures into Halloween, but he's too cute to move - so I'm letting him share the table with my papier mache cat, a ceramic pumpkin, the pumpkin/tree stump candle holder, a frog (which you can't see) and our 44 year old Halloween card (sent to my son when he was a baby). Nothing fancy, but it sets the mood.
A man named Tom Clark started making gnomes many years ago. I first saw him at a Christmas show here in Raleigh in the 70's and bought a small statuette known as Patrick. Somewhere along the way, I acquired Wizard. His froggy sits in front and there's a mushroom on the back (you can see it peeking out on the right).
Witchipoo is papier mache also, and proudly rides her broom. I think she stole those red shoes from Dorothy!
Witch Hazel is another of Tom Clark's creations. I just love her face; she looks too pleasant to be a witch, doesn't she? Mr. kenju would probably say they can fool you!
Here's Wizard in his place, along with some pumpkins, gourds, pears and Indian corn. I suppose I should change those candles and put orange ones there.
And now for some more Maxine cartoons. We can't get enough of her, can we?