I don’t know about you but I secretly adore Halloween. I don’t act too
interested in front of the kids, but I’m happily cross stitching Halloween projects, working on tablescapes and decor in my home, eating a bit of candy here and there. What’s not to love?
I found wonderful vintage napkins and old plates at a thrift store, so I decided to layer them and set the table for a bit of whimsical fun.
I also took small canning jars and filled them with candy, wrapped a black and white gingham bow around the lid. My guests loved this.
Old vintage images are also fun to print out on tea stained or cream colored yardstick and placed in a frame. Very quick Halloween or Fall decorating.
Since my business is all about dolls, I have quite a bit of doll furniture. I pulled out this black chest of drawers and filled it with candy. I love how it turned out.
Hover over the image with your mouse, right click to save. Save to a file on your computer that you can find later. Open the file, click on the image and click print. I love to print out on colored cardstock in beige or gray colors for an old world look. Trim down if necessary.
I also find ornate frames at the thrift store and spray paint them. This is a simple and inexpensive way to add a little fun Halloween decor without spending a lot of money.
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