Oct 23, 2013

Halloween Decorations

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(Oct. 2017 Note - I apologize for any broken links in this post. Bloggers come and go over the years, and, sadly, sometimes so do their links!)
 
  
 Because most of our home is off-limits during our remodel, my craft room has become Halloween Central at our house this fall. 


  Last year I had a blast making Halloween decorations inspired by my blog buddies and Pinterest. My Boo blocks were inspired by The Crafting Chicks tutorial.



 The framed Trick or Treat artwork is from a free download created by Karen at The Graphics Fairy.



 This cute witch's broom parking sign is a free download from Kristy at The Diary of Dave's Wife, and my black witch's hat (my favorite Halloween decoration) was inspired by Sherry's gorgeous witch's hat at The Charm of Home.


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 I added some creepy bottles to my decorations this year. These Halloween labels can be found on Pinterest here,



here, and  here.



 My Halloween banner is from Jenny's free download at Allsorts



  
The adorable vintage art for my Halloween Tag Collection comes from my old Broderbund Holidays and Celebrations CD.



  
 I'm so excited about decorating my little craft room for Halloween that I wanted to share something with you, too. 



 Just click on each photo below and when it opens in a new window, right click and save it to your computer. Each vintage tag measures 2.5" x 4".

 









I love creating holiday tags using vintage art. 
I just print the pictures out on cardstock and glue them onto stiff mat-board. Next, I add some chunky glitter here and there and tie it with a ribbon. I store my tags in ziplock bags with our other holiday decorations. They're fun and easy to make, and they make me smile every year when I unpack them!


The North End Loft Halloween Pinterest Board

For tons more fun Halloween ideas visit my Halloween Pinterest Board.


 Thanks so much for coming by to see my Halloween decorations today. Have a wonderful day!

Please join me at these fun parties!

16 comments:

  1. Everything looks wonderfully spooktacular! I love using vintage postcards to decorate for Halloween too! Found you thru From My Front Porch To Yours. Beautiful blog!

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  2. Thanks for all the smiles this brought!!

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  3. Happy Halloweenie in your Craft Room Laurel!! Your very own little seasonal getaway from construction chaos and it's a cute one. Love your labels on the old bottles... perfect!! :)

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  4. Hi Laurel! Love all your Halloween and thank you for sharing the printables! I love vintage printables. Always nice to see you at THT.

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  5. Laurel,
    Your craft room is very nice! What a fun room to decorate! So many darling printables and I love vintage too!
    Jemma

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  6. Laurel I LOVE everything and what great job. Thanks for the printables!!

    Cynthia

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  7. What a wonderful collection of projects Laurel! I love the way you've pulled them all together with the banner and the shutters! And the tags are adorable! ... You know, I've been wanting to host a witch hat decorating party for the longest time, but my friends are not particularly crafty. I think they would groan if I suggested it. Wouldn't that be such fun!

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  8. Ooohhh, love the vintage cards Laurel!! Your decor is what I would call " friendly-spook"! Started following your awesome Halloween board dear!

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  9. What adorable Halloween images, and I love how you have them displayed on the shutters!
    So glad I saw you on Fabulously Creative Friday! Have a great weekend! ~Lorraine

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  10. Your decorations look wonderful! I absolutely love Halloween. I'd love for you to link up to The DIY'ers link party! http://homecomingmn.blogspot.com/2013/10/the-diyers-35.html

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  11. Laurel! This is fantastic! You did a wonderful job! Thanks for joining HSH!
    Sherry

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  12. What a great idea to use the shutters to hang your Halloween tags. I am totally going to do this with my Christmas cards this year...green shutters with red ribbons...or how about aqua shutters with silver ribbons...the choices are limitless. thanks for the inspiration.

    Kelly
    http://babioledewindsor.blogspot.com

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  13. Hey, Laurel! Congrats on the feature at Charm of Home!! Your shutters with the vintage post cards looks amazing. Love old postcards! Have a great weekend! P.S. Thanks again for all the advice! ~ Jamie

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  14. How fabulous is all of this Halloween Yumminess!!!! I think my favorite is the use of the clipboard...how great is that! You ROCK this Halloween my friend and thanks for sharing with us...featuring you today : ) hugs...

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  15. Love your Halloween decor. I signed up as a follower of your blog and I am looking forward to reading more of your posts.... Thanks for sharing.

    Candy

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  16. Your Halloween decor is so charming!!! Love the vintage postcards.....I am your newest follower!!
    Hugs,
    Debbie

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