My Spooky Halloween Mantel

Spooky Halloween Mantel

I really love Halloween.  Love, love, love it.  Decorating is so fun, the costumes are fun and who can’t love all the candy (except maybe my pants…oh well, that’s what elastic waistbands are for….)!

Not that long ago I made up my mantel for fall, but with Halloween so close, it’s now time for the house to be spookified! As you may remember from my Halloween Vignette, this year I am loving all the glitter and glam decorations! And I realized that I was in need of a few things for the mantel!  So off with my coupon, and to Michaels I went!

I was immediately drawn to the black and purple glitter…too too fun! But I also always try to ‘shop’ around my house when decorating. I used a lot of Halloween decorations I already had, mixed them up with some new things, and kept a lot of the same things I used to decorate for fall.  Easy on the cheque book, and practical.

So here’s a little spooky tour….

Spooky Halloween Mantel

Notice my glammed up white pumpkin?  I also used pumpkins from my fall decor.  The orange and white are perfect colour additions.

Spooky Halloween Mantel

‘Eye’ see you!  Hilarious!  I found the inspiration for these eyeballs from BHG.
We love them, however there is an in-house debate about whether they look like eyeballs, or something else…hmmmmm

Spooky Halloween Mantel

 I couldn’t pass up these pretty glittered candelabras! They are perfect for Halloween and I love the purple gems hanging from them! I’m loving the pops of purple glitter for Halloween! Spooky and sparkly! And don’t you love the labels on the candle holders?! They are Martha Stewart’s Halloween bottle labels from Michaels.

Spooky Halloween Mantel

Spookified my window with some webbing and a creepy crawlie!

Spooky Halloween Mantel

Simple.  Just the way I like it!

Happy Halloween Decorating All!

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  1. Fantastic job! My weekly linky party–One Creative Weekend–has gone spooky this week in honor of my thirteenth party. If you haven’t already, I hope you’ll visit “One Creative Weekend” on OneCreativeMommy.com (open every Fri-Wed) and link up this idea and anything else you’d like to share. (You can include non-Halloween posts as well, but feel free to link up as many Halloween-themed posts as you like.) There are two categories—one for Halloween and one for everything else.

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