And…we’re back! Welcome to the second part of my spooky reveal! Today, I’m sharing my Indoor Halloween Decor Tour with a fabulous skeleton dinner party!
If you missed the outside, You can see that HERE!
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Indoor Halloween Decor Tour
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When you enter our home, you run right into the staircase, and to the left is our dining room, and the skeleton party awaits!
Skeleton DInner Party
At Halloween, our spooky friends move in and host a month-long skeleton dinner party!
I’ll make my way around the table so you can meet all the guests!
It’s so easy to turn thrifty finds into perfect Halloween decor by just spray painting it all black!
That lamp in the corner has a bulb that flickers eerily at night…the lamp was a thrift store find. I removed the fabric from the shade and just spray painted it. (The table is a round bar stool from Jack’s room.)
Jack’s bow tie also came in handy…
That’s what happens when he’s away at college…I just pilfer whatever I need from his room ha ha!
The dresses are from the thrift store too…those tiny sizes are plenty at the thrift store!
That mirror and the sconces were both thrift store finds that I sprayed black also.
I’ve collected most of my pieces over the last decade or so.
I always enjoy unpacking it and displaying it all.
When I was foraging for large branches for our outdoor display, I found several smaller branches to paint black and use as my centerpiece…
I’ve spray painted thrift store floral arrangements black in the past also, and they work great too!
The candelabras came from Michaels a few years ago when I started bringing the party inside…
The faux candles flicker life-like at night. They’re awesome because they are on timers and would probably add a touch of cozy to any space no matter the season. I found them HERE.
We cover the doorways to the kitchen with black curtains as not to ruin the effect to those looking in from outside at night!
The jars along each step are hard to see in daylight, but each holds a tealight that also runs on a timer and glows at night.
I made this Quilled skull art with paper way back in 2013! Wow that was a long time ago!
That post is a SUPER oldie and it shows ha ha! But, the art has held up very well!
I have found my skeletons at several places over the years, but my favorites are the $40 ones from Target, they have held up the best so far.
And that concludes this year’s daylight Halloween tour! I hope you enjoyed it as much as I enjoy putting everything together!!
I’ll be back as we near Halloween with a special nighttime edition that I think I’ll video instead so you can get the full effect!
Meanwhile, I have the final two pieces of my huge Summer Haul to complete for next week… these two frames:
I hope you all have an amazing weekend!!
UPDATE: See what these frames became HERE now!
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