Now comes the fun part—decorating! I put a black metal fence around three sides. When used in this basket I thought it gave it sort of a “gothic” or “spooky” look. Later, when all the Halloween accents are removed, it becomes a formal or Victorian looking fence. Since this was a Halloween centerpiece, I spray painted a small branch black to use as a “dead” tree in the back next to the fence, then attached Halloween stickers, bought at Hobby Lobby, using thin bendable wire. I loved the little bats wired onto the fence, and the moon with witch was just right over the black “tree”. But there were many stickers that I could have used: big eyes and small eyes, ghosts, black cats, spiders and on and on; you are limited only by your imagination. And if you are going to make this with your kids, can you imagine how much fun they will have picking out the stickers? The little Halloween house was very inexpensive; I bought it at Homegoods. It has a battery and changes colors from red to blue to purple to green to pink to yellow. It also flashes—this part didn’t enthuse me but kids love it. I added fake leaves for fall color but it would be easy enough to add real leaves; another fun project to do with the kids. I added small pumpkin lights and finished it by adding small pumpkins. The pumpkin wagon is a Department 56 piece that I have had for many years and it works very well in this little garden. In fact, when Halloween was over, I removed the “tree” and the stickers, and turned the pumpkins so the faces weren’t showing and just used the wagon—it was very attractive.