Halloween Decorations

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With the first week of October behind us I took this opportunity to motivate myself to finally finish decorating for Halloween. I have a few Halloween vignettes around the house, surprisingly overshadowing my Fall decor. Today I’m sharing my console table Halloween decorations made with a few American Crafts kits available at Target.

Table Halloween Decorations

The first part of my decor was the Black & White Glam Pumpkin which sits on a piece of wood from the craft store. I couldn’t decide whether to make this the centerpiece or keep it on the side, I must have changed the display at least 4-5 times!

Creative Pumpkin Decorating Ideas

Halloween Decorating Ideas

I also placed our Trick or Treat printable Halloween countdown next to some potion bottles. I made these using American Crafts stickers found in the scrapbook aisle at Target. They have a great assortment of Halloween craft kits, including a wreath, place cards, and a banner kit. There’s also two packs of Halloween washi tape, epoxy stickers, and a paper pad. You can only find these exclusively at Target!

Happy Halloween Banner

The banner was SO easy to put together! Everything you need is inside, including the string, all you do is peel and stick the letters onto the pennant flags. Seriously, so cute and easy!

I wish I could say I made this adorable subway art sign but I bought it for around $12. It was the perfect height as the centerpiece for the table.

Halloween Subway Art

When I first began thinking of my Halloween decor this year I envisioned a glitz and glam look, but as time went on I found myself using more rustic elements. It became an eclectic mix of rustic, glam, and glitter decor. To finish the table I added rustic twig and white pumpkins along the center. I also used a burlap table runner, black netting, and spiders scattered throughout the table.

Pumpkin Decorations

You can see how I used the sticker labels to create an apothecary jar display in our post from a few weeks ago. I still have the display, minus the two bottles I moved to the table and I added a few creepy plastic bugs as a filler.

Halloween Apothecary Jars with Glow in the dark slime recipe

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