Thursday, October 6, 2011

Halloween Decorations

A few weeks ago when I asked everyone what types of posts you were interested in reading, one of my girlfriends requested that I post about holiday decorations. I thought about it for a while, and I've never posted anything about home decor because....well, I don't have a home and am not really down for decorating our bedroom. However, I have tons of ideas thanks to blogging and pinterest and one of my great girlfriends D asked, so I hopped on it!

All of these ideas (and more!!) are on my Pinterest board Holiday Decor/Crafts. These pictures are just the images, but on my board each picture links to the site it was pinned from which should have the how-tos. Most of them are self-explanatory, but the links should have more instructions. I would track them all down for you girls, but to be 100% honest, it would take me forevs. Doing it this way, you guys can find the ones you're interested in. This board is constantly being updated so check back!

So, these are my favorite ideas and ones I think would be the easiest to do. Some of these I would keep out for the whole season and a few of them I would only do if I threw a party. 



This is my favorite one! I love the colored candles and both the candies and candles would be easy to swap out for any holiday and season.

Love these ideas for the entire fall season. Just add cobwebs to make it more Halloweeny.

I love the googly eyes, so cute to update with the previous years costumes.


I'm seriously obsessed with wreaths. I've already informed the Mr. that he'll need to build me a shed dedicated to just wreaths for our future home.

I'm not good at carving (seriously, how many people are?), so these pumpkins are right up my alley! 
AND won't rot as quickly!

Such a simple idea: the garland is from coffee filters and the lights are dixie cups.
These would be great for a party (or a classroom!)

I've seen some really, really cute items at Target and Michael's, but the best time to buy for any holiday is the day after. It's just a shame you don't get to use it until the following year.

What holiday decor/crafts do you do for Halloween? Did you like this post, would you want to see more for future holidays? 
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