I couldn't let Halloween come and go without sharing my black and white Halloween mantle. It has been up all "season," but I never found time to photograph it and share it with you. I started to take it down yesterday and I couldn't bring myself to, without snapping a few shots and showing you guys. I loved it so much, I wanted to leave it...but that would be weird. I'm sure I'll love the FALL mantle I have planned just as much!
So, better late than never! Here is it:
This is just scrap book paper in frames.
I painted a couple of cheap pumpkins from Wally World and Target
Blurry shot. My bad. My 11-year-old drew the chalk sign. It says "creepy."
I painted these goblet votives...They have been painted so many times. You can see what they looked like before on top of my entryway here.
I drew on these glasses with a dry erase marker. They could have turned out better, but it was still fun.
This was such a fun idea. I took a glass bowl that I already had and drew on a jack-o-lantern face with some dry erase markers. Use what ya got!
So that's it! Pin it for next year ;)
I'll see you later with some easy sewing tips...a tutorial for the Anna's coronation dress from Frozen (it's a doozy), some lovely fall decor, and we are having my four year old, Sophie's birthday party next weekend, so I'll be sharing that as well.