There is more Halloween stuff about than you can shake a broom at, and I combined some old and new in this post. Firstly, there is a hunt on the Pure Dreams sim for 10 objects (pumpkins, of course) which are 10 linden each. The Halloween sign, the spooky bookcase, the white pumpkin and the candle on the corner of the counter are all prizes. The cafe building itself and the stool have been featured in the previous post.
On to the food. The little saucer of garlic and the lanterns (black and orange) are also in the Pure Dreams hunt. The stool and the glass cabinet were also in my last post. The apple pie (gives slices) with the blue serving cloth was part of an autumn scene I bought at Boathouse recently. From Poche are: the sweets on a tray in the bottom section of the glass cabinet, the muffin set on the round tray (those were both free) and the tray with the meat pie and pie slice (50 Linden). The candy apple dish with the skeleton hand is from Fooding, the mug and apple pie slice (in the cabinet) are from LISP.
The pots of berries were free, and I found out about them via the gorgeous Poche cafe. If you go to ISO VII- at http://maps.secondlife.com/secondlife/Jiminy/241/207/3701 you will find free frondy grass (it’s in the last picture below) and fields of poinsettias. Also if you join the subscriber board there, and then call up the History, there are further plants and trees in History: I also used the latest gift, which was a dark tree.
I don’t think that Sway’s Pumpkin Carving set is new, but it is still good. when you click the basket of pumpkins you get pose props (knives and pumpkins). In the background is a campfire and logs from Garden of Dreams, which was the prize in the Autumn Hunt. The skull rug is from Mia Snow, the apple bucket part of a set from Artilleri, the pumpkin from HPMD and the broom (no longer available) from DP Yumyum.
Finally I wanted to show more of the trees. The one on the far left is from Poche (50 Linden, copiable) and the other ones in that photo are from Forest Floor. In the picture on the right, the right hand tree is a 2 prim oak from New Trails and the dark tree on the left is from ISO VII, as above.
I blogged my outfit here and if you want to visit the location for these pictures it is here.