Do you like to decorate for Halloween? Every year my Halloween decorations are pretty much the same. I have pumpkins and jack-o-lanterns on the front porch and candles in my windows facing the street. I keep the lights off so the candles flicker brightly to passers-by. The glow of the TV tuned into a Halloween movie is all that lights the house on All Hallow’s Eve, along with the light from the front porch creeping through the windows. Last week several of my blogging buddies shared their Halloween decorations and I’m excited to introduce their spooky inspirations to you.
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Barb’s mantel at the Everyday Home blog is both adorable and spooky all at once. I love her trio of white pumpkins spelling the word “Boo!” Be sure to visit her blog and see how she dressed the rest of her mantel.
Amy’s black and white Halloween decorations stole my heart. I love that she infused just the right touch of elegance with frightfulness. Visit her blog at Atta Girl Says to see more of her bewitching magic.
Is it possible for Halloween to be cute? Yes, it is! Visit Courtenay’s festive porch at Creekline House to see for yourself.
What would Halloween be without a poisonous concoction? Laura at Inspiration for Moms shares an entire spooky menu! Eat at your own risk!
I absolutely fell in love with this Halloween banner by Colleen at Just Paint It. She’s quite the artist!
More Halloween artwork was shared by Holly at Storywood Designs using a chalkboard.
Debbie at Debbiedoo’s has an impressive Halloween mantel you don’t want to miss!
Shanna’s tour of Halloween decorations at Restoration Redoux includes these happy pumpkins all dressed up for the celebration.
I love the simplicity of Leslie’s Halloween mantel at House on the Way. The orange really pops!
Linda’s bats fly across her front porch at It All Started with Paint. What kid wouldn’t love to see this when they knock on the door for tricks or treats? You can see all of her Halloween decorations at her blog.
Finally, Kelly at My Soulful Home shares the most ingenious idea to share the Halloween spirit with neighbors or friends. You might want to give it a try.
I hope you visit at least some of these creative ladies and get some Halloween decorating mojo going on at your own home!