It’s that time of the month again for the DIY Project Challenge, so why not DIY Halloween Decorations? I was in Goodwill purchasing some flannel shirts for fabric pumpkins when I saw two lanterns and I immediately thought I would grab them for my challenge project. The best part of the challenge is all the inspiration from all the talented bloggers in the challenge. Their amazing projects are featured at the end of my post.
DIY Halloween Decorations
After grabbing those two lanterns, I decided to paint them and add bows. I wanted to use spray paint since it would be the easiest way to get the best coverage.
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- 1 Ribbons
- 2 Ribbons
- 3 Ribbons
- 4 Ribbons
- Wire cutters
- Pipe cleaners
- Votive Mercury glass
- Paint Lanterns
- Paint Stool
These lanterns needed a coat of paint and a bow. See how to make this gorgeous below:
Painting lanterns and stool
The lantern was not tall enough, so I placed one of my DIY wood display risers under it to give it the height needed to look balanced.
Decorating Halloween Hutch
This year my plan for decorating this Halloween is going to be a little different than usual. I decided to include orange this year in my usual black and white decor. On the stool I painted I placed on the floor and placed a pumpkin on top which helps to draw the eye from the top to the bottom of the China hutch.
The Boo Halloween hoop wreath was made by my daughter, Olivia. She also up-cycled the black Boho pumpkin with diamonds using her Cricut Maker see how she did it here. Together we have worked on a ton of DIY Halloween Decorations.
The cute buffalo check fabric pumpkins I made in an earlier post you can see how to make some too.
More Up Cycle Inspiration
These amazing DIY bloggers participated in Up-cycle Challenge and I knew you would enjoy their projects too.
Olivia from Olivia Ohern is sharing her Goodwill tray up-cycled into a Halloween tray.
Lia from Southern Yankee DIY gave some out-of-date canister a coat of paint and some vinyl for cute Halloween decor.
Rachel of Joyful Derivatives is sharing with us an amazing Sofa table DIY
I hope you enjoyed all the inspiration and are ready to get some of your DIY projects completed. Thank you for stopping by please say hello in the comments below.