If you haven't yet carved out some pumpkins...here are some of mine and others...so go grab some of those dollar store pumpkins and start decorating!!! This one is painted using black chalkboard paint... This one is from Better Homes and Gardens...Beautiful Bonfire!!!! So how easy is this for a fantastic look....All you have to do… Continue reading Halloween Pumpkins- Part 2
I wanted to create a centerpiece for my coffee table for the fall season.I was thinking...scarecrows and sunflowers. I went to the dollar store..where I purchased a cute 21" Scarecrow, and a bouquet of sunflowers.I purchased a block of Styrofoam and used a urn planter I already had. Stick the Styrofoam in the center. The large Sunflower… Continue reading Adorable Scarecrow Centerpiece
Halloween is almost upon us. The season for dressing up in scary costumes or hilarious throwback costumes. Oh but lets not forget the precious little ones all dressed up as pretty princesses! I just love opening the door and the little tots all dressed up and looking so adorable. I just love looking at all… Continue reading Easy Halloween Craft
Grab the kids and make some festive DIY crafts for Halloween! These fun ideas are cute without being too spooky for the little ones! via 14 Fun DIY Crafts for Halloween! — Captain Decor
Halloween is now just days away, but there’s still a little time left for DIY projects if you haven’t started yet. So, I rounded up a whole bunch of my favorites from around the web – DIY Halloween costumes, pumpkin projects, even a little bit of DIY Halloween decor. Who’s ready for some last minute… Continue reading Last Minute Halloween Ideas
I had so much fun making this Halloween decoration! I had entered a Halloween decoration contest and this is what I designed for it! This was a really fun project to do....easy too! Here's what I used: 1 20" wire wreath 1 green Christmas 9' garland Rustoleum Painters Touch 2x Real Orange and Gloss Black… Continue reading Witches Brew
Are you looking for a scary halloween decoration? You only need 4 items for this one! So easy, your kids can do it! First you need a empty, cleaned out 2 liter soda bottle. Remove the wrappings Next get some heavy wire...it has to be strong enough to hold up light material. You will need about… Continue reading BOO!!