I think I just like saying that word.
Halloween décor can be pretty Spook-tacular.
See, there I go saying it again.
Speaking of saying things, I will say that Halloween is one holiday that my boys loved decorating for.
They were pretty pumped about adding spiders and flies to Mom’s flowers.
There may or may not have been approximately fifty spiders and flies piled up on top of one bloom.
Kind of reminds me of the way that kid’s decorate the Christmas tree…with all the decorations concentrated in one little area.
But they were having fun, so who am I to rain on their spider-placing parade?
I waited until they’d gone to bed to go back and ‘edit’ their arrangement:)
Oh, and today 14 of my fellow bloggers are sharing their own Spook-tacular Halloween House Tours as well!
I can’t wait to see how they have decorated for the holiday… all the links to their fabulous tours are at the bottom of this post.
So without further ado, come on in for the mini-tour…
Paper spiders traipse across our wall and DIY large wooden sign…
This year my DIY black and white hand sketched sharpie pumpkins grace our window ledge…right beside the drop cloth sharpie pillow I shared recently…
Some of the ‘edited’ spider covered blooms…
My oldest son’s favourite thing to decorate with was this netting that I got at the dollar store last year… along with some little crows and owls it makes for a super quick and easy way to add a Halloween feel to our gallery wall.
The dining room has been invaded by crows. There is something super creepy about crows… kind of reminds me of the crow scenes in Vampire Diaries. If you don’t follow that show, you are truly missing out.
Another easy way to add a little Halloween feel? Throw some giant spiders in your fall centerpiece.
The boys love these giant tarantulas- and I must say they are pretty popular each night during dinnertime.
While they love the spiders, I love the contrast of the orange, yellow, and browns against the crisp black and cream of my easy DIY drop cloth striped table runner.
Maybe you read about how I transformed a cheap plastic skull from the dollar store into this faux mercury Pottery Barn Knock Off? I did the same with all these mini skulls from the dollar store as well… a cheap and easy vase filler.
Done for today!
Next week I will show you a little of our outdoor Halloween décor…and our entry hall.
Ready for another Halloween tour?
I know that house tours are my fave!!
You are in luck!
Today you can head over to these fabulous blogs for some more Spook-tacular Halloween inspiration!