For my first Halloween mani of 2012 I choose a carved pumpkin theme! I figured it would go with the weekend fun we had planned; this past Saturday, Mike, his brother Greg, his brother’s girlfriend Maggie and I went to Night of Terror at Creamy Acres Farms, which is a huge Halloween event in South Jersey. It was opening weekend!
There are six attractions at Creamy Acres that include a hayride, cornfield maze, tons of dark rooms, a 3D crazy clown fun house and scary people – and lots of chainsaws. It’s amazingly well done, well organized and a total blast!
While completely scared over and over, I’m proud to say I didn’t scream like a little girl this time around!
Night of Terror was regular price $30, but we had a $5 coupon so it was $25 a person. For more than an hour and a half of entertainment, it was definitely worth the price! Oh, and I’m a huge night time sky geek, and the stars in the field were AMAZING! Mike and I even saw the same shooting star as we were on the hayride, about to start our scary adventure! It was beautiful.
For my pumpkins mani, I used:
- Sephora by OPI I Think I Cayenne from the mini set called Spice Market
- Black Konad Special Polish
- Stamp plates A37 and D03 for three different pumpkin designs
- China Glaze Ghoulish Glow for effect
Here’s how it came out!
I didn’t get a picture of the Ghoulish Glow effect, but at one point, we were grabbing each other’s backs as we walked through a completely dark house (I think it was the Mayhem of Darkness) and I saw my nails glowing, gripping onto Maggie’s sweatshirt LOL
In celebration of the Halloween night of fun, I wore two new rings I picked up from Avon!
I love this one, but the spider web ring does pinch my skin and after a while I have to take it off. I made it for three or four hours with it on Saturday night though.
Love this vampire and blood droplet ring! Avon always has such cute costume jewelry!
And of course, I wore a T-shirt that I bought months and months ago at Hot Topic:
My Zombie killing T-shirt, my favorite flannel and my Wet n’ Wild matte-finish lipstick in Cherry Bomb. I was SET!