Our Halloween Decor

Hey there!  Get ready for picture overload because I am sharing our Halloween decor today…finally!  This post has been in the works for a while — the first batch of photos I took I wasn’t happy with, and then I moved some things around and zhushed some things anyway, so I’m glad I waited to share.  🙂

Our Halloween Decor {Details Blog}

Welcome!  🙂

Our Halloween Decor {Details Blog}

So, I really like how this vignette ended up turning out, but it took some time.  That web was more difficult to get “right” than I thought it would be!  It was tricky, but I think I learned some things for next time.  🙂  The spider is from Target, and I ended up gluing a small hair clip to the back of him so that I could clip him to the mirror and make it look like he was scurrying down.  I used E6000 — hot glue did not work, just FYI.  Much like my DIY Creepy Crawly Wreath.  The printable can be found here and I always like using a fun one in this frame.

Our Halloween Decor {Details Blog}

Our Halloween Decor {Details Blog}

This cloche is from Target, as well as the small skulls and the skeleton hand.  I added a bunch of moss and you should have seen me trying to get these skulls under here…  It was ridiculous, lol.

Our Halloween Decor {Details Blog}

I hot glued the spider (also from Target) onto the candle votive.  I thought I could sacrifice one in my collection in the name of permanent Halloween decor.  😉

Our Halloween Decor {Details Blog}

Our Halloween Decor {Details Blog}

Of course I had to decorate our trays on our coffee table that are a constant staple.  I was just thinking the other day that I may be ready to do something a little bit different here.  Maybe after Christmas…  I do love it, but kind of craving something fresh.

Our Halloween Decor {Details Blog}

This skull is from the Target Dollar Spot… I think it was $3?  It’s one of those easy little DIY paint projects, but I knew I wanted to keep it white.  I put black sand in the bottom so that it kind of looked like dirt, then layered the moss and placed the skull.  The spider is just an added creepy bonus.  😉

Our Halloween Decor {Details Blog}

Cocktail napkins from HomeGoods, of course.  They have the best.

Our Halloween Decor {Details Blog}

Fun skull candles from HomeGoods, too.  I added a little bit of moss for extra spookiness.

Our Halloween Decor {Details Blog}

The orange-y pillows felt like Fall to me.  The fabric is soft and cozy, too — they are great napping pillows!

Our Halloween Decor {Details Blog}

Our Halloween Decor {Details Blog}

Our Halloween Decor {Details Blog}

My hubby’s pipe station got a little bit decked out for the holiday, too.  He was happy about that — can’t forget him!

Our Halloween Decor {Details Blog}

This is just a little display in our kitchen.  It takes up valuable counter space, but it’s cute!

Our Halloween Decor {Details Blog}

Thanks so much for stopping by today!  I hope you have a great rest of your week.

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