Scrapendipity : scrap·en·dip·i·ty

The gift of making fortunate discoveries by accident, a talent for making discoveries while searching for other things.

Tuesday, October 27, 2015

Halloween Home Decor House Tour!

Hi all my friends! Karla here today, and I thought I'd share a quick photo tour showing you my Halloween decorations. The girls were so excited to decorate for Halloween, but we definitely don't get too spooky!

Here's our mantel. I printed off a Halloween Subway Art printable last year on photo paper and placed it in a frame. Underneath I created a banner using my Cricut and stamped images. We hung a spooky chandelier and added a few more accessories. You can see the details on the banner in my post here last Halloween!

Looking in from the kitchen, you can see this fun sign from the dollar store.

I love this canvas I made last year with my Cricut! You can see all the details on this project here.

I placed it above a shelf, around the corner from my kitchen.

Last year at the Scrapendipity Make 'n Take we made Halloween tags with Holly and then framed them in this wooden frame that I painted black and stamped with a scroll stamp using gold ink.

I placed the tag sign in my entryway along with some pumpkin and fall flower decorations. You can even see the outline of our purple skeleton behind the curtains!

I have an Ikea shelf in my living room (with lots of toy bins in it!) that I decorated on top with a wooden shadow box with lots of vintage Halloween papers and stamps. I added the wooden witch sign and a yummy pumpkin candle from Bath and Body Works along with some other Halloween decor. You can find the details and close ups of the shadow box here.

On the hutch in my kitchen I added a few fall trinkets on top and a lantern and ghost candle holder to the shelf that holds my recipe books. I seem to use so many online recipes now that I've only kept my fav cookbooks!

Thanks so much for joining me! I hope this gives you some inspiration to use some papercrafting items in your own decorating. Even framing a cute Halloween card gives your space a personal touch! 


fairyrocks said...

Very sweet collection of Halloween decorations. So clever and pretty.

Karla Yungwirth said...

Thanks Pam!