Hi Friends! I just got home from a trip to Montreal to see my sister. I will do a recap post next week about the trip. One of my favorite things about travel is that it is a bit of a pause on your life. I got a real break and I am back and inspired and energized!
free halloween printables
I figured, I should put up some Halloween decorations. My son has been really into the holiday this year (he is 2.5 years old) so I was really excited to put up decor for him. As I was getting everything out, I kept wishing for some Halloween art! At first, I was going to buy some, but then I figured that I could design them and then give them to you for free! Isn’t that a win, win?!
I came up with four designs that work well all together or can each stand on their own. My favorite is the double double toil and trouble with the ghosts, cats, pumpkins, and fall flowers. My second favorite is the witch one with the big pink bow. I tried to put together pieces that felt fresh and new and that would work in a variety of homes.
how to get your printables
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how they look in my house
Now that I had new art for my walls, I pulled out my Halloween box and got to decorating! Here is how the media stand turned out:
Isn’t the art so fun?! I love that I can reuse it year after year. I used a bunch of pumpkins to keep the decor more neutral. Pro tip- the Target dollar spot is a great place to find cute, on-trend holiday decorations on a budget!
That marbled pumpkin is so fun and a little bit sophisticated! My friend gave me those brass pumpkins and I sure love them! Here is a similar one.
I was gifted these flowers last week and over the week the roses died. All of the filler flowers looked amazing so I bought $7 roses to refresh the arrangement. Isn’t it stunning?!
the console table halloween decor
I had a bunch of decorations left, so I decorated our console table. This table is 100% for my son. His favorite part is the owl sitting (or “hiding” as he says) in the plant. The Happy Halloween banner and pumpkins were from Target’s Dollar Spot and the bats and haunted house were from Michael’s.
I picked up some fresh sunflowers to give it a nice splash of color. I need your vote- are these glass skeletons fun or scary? They were from Down East home.
Now that it is officially fall, I think I am now ready! My front porch is still looking super cute and now I have our decor up! I hope that these printables are helpful to you as you decorate. I find having art incorporated into my decor helps the whole display look more pulled together. Have you decorated for Halloween? Is that something you do? I’d love to hear in the comments!