Welcome to a spooktacular Halloween Home Decor blog post! Today, Glenys Vidal opens her craft room doors to us so we can take a peek at her lastest seasonal decorations. Glenys has created a Halloween Tree complete with handmade ornaments, a witch hat, and a stunning scrapbook layout all with our Hallowe’en in Wonderland – Deluxe Collector’s Edition. This post is in celebration of our October Challenge – #G45DarkSide. Following these beautiful decorations, we will announce our weekly contest winner!
Halloween in Wonderland: Craft Room Decor
By Glenys Vidal
This is Glenys known as Craft Room Secrets and I am here to share with you a fun post: an updated holiday decor for my craft room using the amazing Halloween in Wonderland collection.
As soon as I heard that the Halloween in Wonderland collection was going to be released again, I jumped out of joy! I knew that I wanted to use this collection for my holiday decor this year. My family and I absolutely love Alice in Wonderland. We love it so much that we actually used this theme in a few years back to decorate our house for Christmas. Imagine my happiness when Graphic 45 made it into a halloween collection. It was pure genius!
I decided switch up my craft room decor to a more dark theme for Halloween. I was inspired by the purple, black and orange colors of the collection. Here are some pictures:
The first step was to decorate a mini tree that I usually use during Christmas time. But I thought, why not use it for Halloween too? I made simple ornaments using my punches and fuzzy cut images to decorate it.
For my next project, I altered a chipboard witch hat. I started by painting it black and then used papers from the collection and black glittered tulle to decorate it.
I wanted to make paper flowers using dies to decorate my witch hat. It was so easy and fast to do. I used a flower die, scrapbook paper, and glitter to make them.
I then used leaf die cuts, fuzzy cut images, feathers, and metal embellishments to complete it. I placed it on top of a candle stand. I really love how festive it looks!
Last but not least, the last item I tackled for the decor was a new scrapbook layout for my 12×12 shadow box. I wanted to showcase a picture of my family that was taken last Halloween.
For my layout I wanted lots of dimension and layers. I used flowers, ribbon, wood veneers, and fuzzy cut images from the collection to create a spooky garden wonderland theme.
I finished my craft room decor by switching up some default items on my wall. I added a pumpkin marquee light shape. My usual letterboard now reads: “October 31 Trick or Treat!”. I then added a Dollar Tree Happy Halloween decor sign. And to finish it up I used a 4×6 project life card on my normal white picture frame. Now my wall decor is completed!
I now absolutely love my new Halloween decor! Now I am ready to start making the rest of my holiday projects, sip a pumpkin spice latte and be in a festive holiday mood.
Thank you so much for reading!” ~Glenys
Graphic 45 Supplies:
- Chipboard witch hat (Hobby Lobby)
- Pumpkin marquee light (Heidi Swapp)
- LetterBoard (Joanns)
- Happy Halloween sign (Dollar Tree)
- Purple flowers for 12×12 layout (Poppies & Paperie/Hobby Lobby)
Weekly Blog Contest
This week’s prize package included a Hallowe’en in Wonderland – Deluxe Collector’s Edition, a $30 value. The winner is… theannabelles!
theannabelles had this to say on Instagram: "This such a faBOOlous collection!"
Big thanks to everyone who left comments, tips, and feedback on social media this week! Theannabelles, please email firstname.lastname@example.org to claim your prize.
Thank you for joining us this week on the blog, and thank you to Glenys for sharing your amazing projects to help inspire our weekend projects. We hope you have a creative and fun weekend ahead, and as always…