Spooktacular Halloween Mantle

Hi All,
Lately I have seen many inspiring Halloween decor all over blogland and today I would like to share mine. I’ve started my decorating a bit late than others this year and am still working on it but here goes….

Today I will be showcasing my spooky mantle!

We’ve decided to have a haunted halloween party this year so I have been working on sprucing up the place. The white pumpkins were a Dollar Tree find that I painted. I think they are cute.

The glittered skulls and black bird are this year’s Dollar tree find. These birds are popping up everywhere in blogland and I am thrilled to have snagged a few. I bought one just like this at Michael’s a few years ago and believe me they were not a DOLLAR!
The candelabra was a thrift store find I painted black. I created the wreath a few years back, the creepy scarf is from Dollar Tree too and of course I had to add the ever so popular cobwebs and spiders!
Well, that’s todays spooky project.I have much more to share so stay tuned for more “creepy” decorating in the days to come!
Happy Halloween!!!!!

10 Responses

  1. Marlis

    Very cool! I hadn't though of just painting the pumpkins! great idea. Your mantel is creepily wonderful!

  2. GARAGE SALE GAL

    Looks party ready and spooky too!
    My first date with hubby was a Halloween party and I went as Elvira!!
    Deb 🙂

  3. Beth@The Stories of A to Z

    It's spooktacular :)! I've tried to avoid cheesy Halloweenish words but I couldn't resist this time. Love the Beware and Spooky pumpkins! Thanks for linking up.

  4. Pinkfaekitten

    I won't have a fireplace mantel in my new house. This is a neat idea for a table setting also. Great job!

  5. Three Haute Mamas

    Spook-tacular!! Thanks for sharing your link on our blog!!

  6. Mom's Messy Manor

    I love your spooky mantle! thanks for commenting on mine. I love looking at everyones ideas and creativity. your blog is great. hope you have a fun haunted party.

  7. Rosli

    What a great bit of wisdom. I feel that annoye that has a lot of money can have a beautiful home-even if it means paying someone to dress it for them. However, those of us that do what we love to do on a limited budget are the ones that really make a house a home. xo Diana

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