See how I decorated my farmhouse for Halloween. I also share simple Dollar Tree DIY Halloween decorations.
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Halloween Farmhouse Tour
I’ve never decorated for Halloween before. Now that we have a baby, I was inspired to add some cute with a side of spooky decorations around our farmhouse. Most of the Halloween decorations are in our dining room and formal entryway.
I kept the entry way super simple. The cabinet is more fall themed, but the diy signs hanging on my antique tobacco basket bring out the spooky. These signs were from the Dollar tree. I used some left over white and black paint to add my touch to them. The paint actually didn’t stick very well to the plastic, but it gave it a weathered look that I really like! These were very simple to make and only cost $2!
These ghosts were another Dollar Tree DIY. I wanted to make these floating ghosts but I was having a hard time coming up with what I could use for the inside structure. Then I found these pumpkin head things at the Dollar Tree, they were almost perfect! I removed all the orange and black fabric, painted the pumpkin white, and draped a square yard of cotton fabric over it. I hot glued some felt eyes and mouth and I had myself a cute little ghost. Well, 7 to be exact because I was really excited about this project and slightly over committed.
This spider web is another one of my favorite Halloween DIYs. I just used some black yarn to create a web and tied on spiders from, you guessed it, the Dollar Tree!
My Halloween mantel was inspired by my antique charcoal portrait. I picked this up at an estate sale a few years ago and we jokingly named him Edward. I’ve been told he’s kinda creepy, so I thought he would be the perfect focal point for my Halloween mantel. I searched my house for moody antiques, added some dried leaves, black candles, and some felt bats. I enjoyed tying in antiques, fall, and Halloween decor to create this look.
Thank you for stopping by the blog. Do you decorate for Halloween? I am looking forward to doing a bit more for it next year. Let me know what your favorite Halloween decorations and traditions are in the comments below!