A little bit o’ Halloween Decor…
Well I finally got my Halloween decor up … somehow it seems like I should have more photos of stuff.. since it seems like it was more work than what actually came out of it… I thought I’d go ahead and share some of my decorations with you….
This is above the island in our kitchen. At Christmas I hung giant candy canes between our pendants, when I was at a craft store I got the idea to hang spiders up there… I still had the nails in the ceiling from Christmas.. so up they went! (it’s a terrible photo I know… there is a lot of light in that room, but hard to photograph for some reason)
Here’s my fireplace mantle… This year I decided to change things up a bit.. I went for a spooky theme instead of the pumpkins (I’ll pull them out at Thanksgiving)… The bird is still a little wonky looking… I need to figure out the best way to hang him up there… The mantle was still missing “something” tho… So I got to work this weekend and remedied it! The good news is I made two.. so watch this week for a giveaway!
I think my kids come up with the best ideas. 3 years ago my daughter was a witch and hung her broom on this mirror that was in the hallway at our old house (she did this out of laziness not decorating) … it looked so cute there I thought I’d just “go” with it… So each year I hang my brooms on our mirror in the hallway… This year I ordered a vinyl sign that says “Leave your brooms at the door”… Just need to get it hung up above the mirror. At Christmas I hang Santa hats on the hooks…
My dining room table… This is a bowl my Mom got me… I filled it with paper mache pumpkins, and apples…
My apothecary jars. I love to decorate these out for the Holidays… A little bit of fake cobweb makes anything spooky… In the bottom of the glass jar are light up eyeballs… a fun addition this year… Along with my Martha glittered skulls and bones.. I keep the middle jar full of candy.. It’s quickly being depleted..
Now off to take photos of the porch!
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