Lisa of Concord Cottage was inspired when she saw a pretty fall mantel from Better Homes and Gardens that featured white pumpkins spelling out THANKS. Lisa adapted this idea and made a pumpkin wreath banner with the word FALL. Amazingly, she was able to do it for only $7 using foam wreath forms and pumpkins [...Read More]
Christy from Confessions of a Serial Do-It-Yourselfer loves Halloween and set out to recreate a spooky “Ghostly Gallery” mantel featured by Pottery Barn a couple years ago. Christy says, “It gives the impression that ghosts swept in in the middle of the night and rearranged all the photos. I love that.” Amazingly, Pottery Barn actually [...Read More]
If you like to keep things scary for Halloween, this vignette from Ellen from SewEllen is for you! Two Halloweens ago, Ellen opted for a more ghostly display with a PB-inspired “Ghostly Gallery.” Ellen’s all-black mantel included haunted houses, lighted twigs, and creepy dual-image pictures. Ellen loved this eerie, yet fun deviation from her usual seasonal decorating.
Last Halloween, one of Pottery Barn’s fabulous Halloween vignettes, specifically a large chalkboard, caught the eye of Julie from Lilacs and Longhorns. Julie knew she could easily make her own chalkboard and replicate the spooky chalk art to boot. An open back frame, hardboard, and chalkboard paint made creating the chalkboard a breeze. As far as the spooky Halloween script, Julie says, “It was very, very easy…if you can draw a line, you can copy this font.” Sounds like my kind of art!
Debra from Common Ground was inspired to turn some old birdcages into charming display cases that are similar to cloches. Debra says that they are “a great place to display plants, candles, flower pots, even dishes, but don’t forget the little birdies!” I love how Debra set up her vignette, especially the weathered book stack [...Read More]
Check out these cute snow globes Heather from At The Picket Fence made out of mason jars. If you don’t have some already, mason jars are so easy to get your hands on. People often will just give them away, or they can also be found through Craigslist or Freecycle. Heather simply filled her jars [...Read More]