Spooky Halloween Home


October is officially here and so my Halloween decor has came out to join their fall friends.  Over the past few years I have been collecting these adorably whimsical and slightly creepy Halloween characters from a local craft fair (unfortunately they do not sell anything online).  And in combination with the already existing neutrals, I am very pleased with my spooky little Halloween home this year. 


I cut out some bats, picked up a few black crows from the Dollar Tree, and copied some doily ghosts that I saw over at A Beautiful Mess.  To make the ghosts I covered tennis balls with fabric and lace so that the yellow did not show through then tied it off underneath the ball.


I found a local pumpkin patch that sells real dried gourds so I picked myself up a whole bag full!  I love the natural look they add.


Earlier this fall I found two skull candlesticks at HomeGoods that add to my already growing candlestick collection.


I added some more bats, crows, a few mini pumpkins, and gourds to the hutch.  I love how the crows are perched up on the antlers and stick!


As I shared before, all the white pumpkins are fake and still look great!


I recently found a new porcelain stool that holds a thrift store find skull.  The stool was quite a find at TJ Maxx for $60 (the same one is selling on Overstock for $120 and being reviewed as a great price!).


One of my favorite Halloween items our bride and groom skeletons.  It is fitting as we got married in October and honeymooned in Cancun. 


How romantically spooky.

You might also like:
-More Halloween decor from this year
-Fall mantel
-Fall tablescape
-Fall backyard party (perfect for Thanksgiving!)

Linking up with Beth's Halloween Mantel Linky Party.

9 comments:

  1. did you make the bride and groom? LOVE IT!!!

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    1. I bought them at a local craft fair but I have seen some at michaels as well!

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  2. How cute!! I'm looking for some blackbirds myself!
    I love "Til death do us part", what a cute way to celebrate marriage in a spooky way. :)

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  3. I love those black crows! Last year I think I bought 20 of them! They house looks super spooky!

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  4. Stumbled upon your blog and wanted to drop a line saying that I’ve enjoyed reading your posts. loving the halloween decorations

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  5. I adore primitive style Halloween decorations. I am dying over that vulture. It's so unusual but absolutely perfect! Love it!

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  6. Enjoying catching up on your blog. Love it! As always. :D

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