Snake Wreath

I happen to live in a neighborhood where everyone is very uptight, but think they’re cool. Those are the worst kind. My family stands out, needless to say, and I have no problem with that. At least we have a sense of humor and don’t call the police every time an African American chooses to walk down our street. Pretty much every house has some cutesy wreath on the door. You know the ones I’m talking about. There is the dried flower ones, plastic flower ones, the weird ones made out of different colored balls, the branch ones etc. I personally hate them and refuse to ever put one on my door. It’s so suburban and just drives me crazy. I have a black feather one that I put on my door once, but it was almost too pretty so I took it down. Today I ordered one that I might actually put on my door with pride. This Snake Wreath with the great Medusa vibe is meant as a Halloween decoration. I hope at $29 that it actually looks good, but we’ll see. I’ll probably remove the sound/vibrating box as I want this as a year round decoration. I can’t wait for everyone to see it. I just love to piss off my neighbors. Is that wrong?

5 Responses to “Snake Wreath”

  1. faye Says:

    you go girl!!
    I think we must live in the same hood. I too spend time thinking of ways to send my stuffy neighbors off the deep end- seems like worthy hobby:)

  2. Death Ann Says:

    So have you gotten it yet? How is it up close? I was considering buying one.

  3. jane Says:

    Sorry for the late reply. I love it and it’s great for Halloween, but I don’t think I’ll leave it up. It’s pretty cheaply made and I don’t think it would hold up in severe weather.

  4. K Says:

    Martha has a tutorial:

  5. Raven Croft Says:

    You do what you want. I bet you don’t tell them any thing
    about their lame, goody too shoes, decor so why would they open their mouth. Remind them that everyone is special and unique in there own way. How horrible and boring the world would be if everyone was the same. A most horrible nightmare indeed.

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