Wednesday, October 5, 2016

Hallowe'en in Wonderland Home Decor

Happy Wednesday!

Starting today through Friday, I have some fun and simple Halloween-inspired projects that I created using Graphic 45's Hallowe'en in Wonderful Deluxe Collector's Edition!

Today I have some home decor projects for you. Now, just a little preface: I've never really been one to "celebrate" Halloween; sure, I've trick or treated countless times as a kid (up until my early 20s, when I was Arwen from the Lord of the Rings) and made many outings to haunted mazes, including Portland's finest, the Pumpkin Patch.

But that's about as far as my celebrations go. Oh, and the candy - did I mention, the candy? We'll get to that tomorrow. :) First, a simple "Harvest" banner I made using Graphic 45's black alpha banner and a sheet from Hallowe'en in Wonderland.

I made this banner pretty simple. I wanted something that I could have hanging up through Thanksgiving, so I chose to create the word "Harvest." 

Up next, I have a dining room display. I found these gorgeous red sunflowers with purple leaves at the grocery store yesterday. Spooky and pretty.

I bought a black tablecloth from the Dollar Store, along with this "creepy cloth" from Grocery Outlet. I threw in some gourds and my flowers, with some May Arts ribbon.

The photo frames that I have in my dining room usually display some fern prints. But I swapped those out for some of the Hallowe'en in Wonderland paper. 

And finally, I made another banner, this one more Halloween-ish. I used some of Graphic 45's artist trading tags, Tim Holtz's rosette die and these fun Idea-ology Halloween adornments that I had stashed away. Oh, and you'll also spot some of the chipboard pieces from Hallowe'en in Wonderland along with some ornate metal keys

Well that wraps it up, friends. Have any of you been designing some fun fall projects with Hallowe'en in Wonderland? I'd love to see your photos! 

Stay tuned for tomorrow, I have some more decorating ideas for fall. 

1 comment:

Pam said...

Great projects, Maria! So glad to see you & Graphic 45 together again.