Halloween is my favorite time of year. So, of course, I wanted to share with you how to make a budget friendly Halloween display. I always change things around through the season but these are my main décor items for my bedroom. My husband just loves that the entire house gets decorated. I hope you’re sensing the sarcasm. He hates it.
For the budget friendly Halloween display, I added a few elements. Some thrifted, some made and some purchased. That’s typically how the rest of my home décor is displayed.
Here is how the budget friendly Halloween display looks.
The scale was a find on Décor Steals and I use it in a lot of my holiday displays. It’s so versatile! The mercury glass skulls, crow, flowers in the vase and skull mirror came from The Dollar Tree. The crystal balls were made by me and I followed Flamingo Toes tutorial that you can find here. PS. she has amazing tutorials! The candelabras came from Big Lots and were $10 each. The metal candle stick on the end was thrifted. Bats were purchased from Joanns Fabrics. The “Sleepy Hollow” and Trick or Treat signs were made by my dear friend Kristy. You can find her on Instagram under “The Painted Nest”. I adore her signs!
I would love to see any displays or vignettes you have created for Halloween! Please feel free to tag me on Facebook and Instagram! I can’t wait!
For more budget friendly and DIY Halloween décor, check out my DIY fabric pumpkin tutorial!
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