Halloween Decor – Sparkle, Shine and Glow
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I tend to go through phases with all of my decor – whether it be for holidays or for my home. This year, one of my displays is all about glitter, sparkle and glow. I took these pictures at twilight so you could appreciate the lights….that’s when the magic begins.
One of the anchors of this display are two black, glittery, tabletop trees. I put one on each side of my display. These are battery-operated (I can move them anywhere!) and I will be moving them to my dining room table for Halloween Dinner – a cauldron of chili and some fun kid-friendly drinks.
I used several packages of black, inexpensive cheese cloth on my table and behind my display. I added some glitter pumpkins, one orange and one black atop of some old books. My sister just gave me these books a few months ago…I wasn’t sure what I was going to do with them and then thought these vintage tomes were just what was needed here to add some height and character.
I used four Miracle Flame Votives which I prefer over real candles. These look amazing – the flame actually flickers, and they cast just the glow I wanted. The candles come plain in a pack of two. I added vinyl cutouts that I made with my Cricut (I’ll have a post up tomorrow with the details on how to make these for yourself).
Next, I added two glitter globes. These are nice and heavy and when you flip them upside down and shake them, a flurry of black glitter and bats come trickling down.
This glitter globe has a crow in it sitting on top of books….um….it goes perfectly with my theme! It has a vintage flair to it and that inspired me to make a simple….oh so simple, owl picture for behind everything. (I’ll have the how-to’s for that in tomorrow’s post as well). I grabbed a crow from my Halloween decor stash and added that to the display as well. I love when everything comes together!
Behind everything and woven through my wreath I added a simple Halloween garland.
You can put together a spooky but glittery Halloween display in no time with items from Balsam Hill and some from your “stash”.
Items I Used in this Display from Balsam Hill:
See more Balsam Hill Inspired Halloween Decor at:
Robin @All Things Heart and Home
Randi from @Dukes and Duchesses