I am really excited to show you my Halloween Decorations this year. I wanted to have a big impact but I did not want to spend a ton of money. This is what I did above my white buffet.
I got the bats from Target and I also got the Halloween pin wheels from there.
The Skeleton Print I got from the Caravan Shoppe and I am totally in love with it. I got it printed at my local Staples. It’s an engineer print and it’s 36 inches by 48 inches and it was around $7 to get printed and only $5 to have three awesome Halloween prints.
I made the Happy Halloween Banner in PicMonkey. I got the idea from Destiny from Just Destiny. She made a really cute Fall Printable that you can find HERE. I love it but I needed a Halloween one. I got the banner printed at Walgreens and I believe it was like $25. It’s such a great size, it is 2 feet by 6 feet. Now I want a banner for every holiday. If you want to print one just click the image below and save it to your computer and then you upload the image onto Walgreens website HERE. Then you just have to cut the banner out and hang it up.
The gold pumpkins Mallory and myself made, you can check out the full tutorial HERE. The black beaded pumpkin and the black and white dot pumpkin are both from Joanns.
I love every bit of my Halloween Buffet.
Now on to my fireplace. I did not want my decor to be to scary but I did want some texture and a few scary elements. The fireplace was the perfect place for it.
I have collected a few of the items over the years. This year though I did get a few new things. The trick or treat banner I found at Stein Mart. The keep calm sign I believe I found at Micheals and the black hanging netting is from Target. It is normally for outside but I just used pushed pins to hanging it into my ceiling.
One of my favorite elements is my jars. I got all the jars in the dollar section at Target and I got the bottle labels the very talent Lia Griffith and you can find the labels HERE
Halloween decor would not be complete without a few creepy pictures.
I love the floating witch hats. I hung them with fishing wire and push pins.
Love how it all turned how! I love that there are pops of color and all the decor is kind of timeless and I know I will be to use it for years to come.
What do you think?
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