We don't use our front door, but that doesn't mean I'm going doing to decorate there. We have had that Monsters, Inc. sign for years.
The white & orange pumpkins are fakes, but we grew the gourds.
Our vintage bathtubs seemed like a great place for our scarecrows, and a few leftover signs & pumpkins.
I took our usual items out of this box in the kitchen and added a few Halloween items. I made the blocks a few years ago, and the vintage looking trio in the center came from Michael's.
I didn't do too much to the old window, just added some cheese cloth and letter balls spelling out boo.
Layla asks me why I always have to hang this guy over her door!
I made this banner a few years ago. It's just burlap & paint, super simple. That spider tends to freak me out. Just passing by, sometimes it looks real!
The kids love these gel clings so I added a few to the other hallway mirror.
This gigantic thing hangs over the front door we don't use. After I put it up, Morgan asked me what it was and if it was real. Right, like I'd be anywhere near this house with a real spider that big inside! I also made that yarn wreath hanging on the closet door.
I picked up some striped tights last year on clearance & hung them with a witch's hat we already had. There are brooms hanging on the other side. The bunting is a printable from Dimple Prints.
This banner is another project made by me. I love how it turned out, but it's so hard to hang. The tags like to flip around.
I took the candles out of these candlesticks and added Halloween items. (WHAT color should I paint them now that they are basically the same as our wall?!).
On our gallery wall, I added a few mice, rats, spiders & snakes.
Black & orange bottle brush trees, a rat & a crow take care of this shelf.
Sadly, we don't have a fireplace, which of course means no mantle. So this is my "mantle", the top of our tv. My husband hates that owl painting, but I love him. The yellow is pretty bright, so I only bring him out for Halloween. I wish the Wii, cable box & DVD player didn't have to live up here, but they do.
My glitter pumpkins are in desperate need of being re-glittered. Maybe next year. There's also a dollar store crow and floating pumpkin candles (in the jar).
I took away the brightly colored books that were there, and added my Edgar Allan Poe book. The croquet ball on top of the spool was replaced by a glass pumpkin. And yes, that is a McDonald's chicken nugget dressed as a jack o'lantern. That awesome skull is from Indigotwin.
On my side table, I again changed out the books for more spooky ones, and added my favorite glass crow, a glittered Target pumpkin, a tree and a shadow box, again from a swap.
This picture isn't great, but in the hall is the apothecary area.
Ugh, I don't know why these uploaded down here. And I don't feel like moving them. This is the broom hanging opposite the witch hat & tights.
I added some pumpkins to out kitchen table, too.
Are you all ready for Halloween? I still have to buy costumes!
Linked to: Whatever Goes Wednesday at Someday Crafts, Hookin Up with HoH at House of Hepworths, Transformation Thursday at The Shabby Creek Cottage