I’ve had the black spiders for a few years now. The battery-operated tea lights are new. They were originally orange, but I fixed that with a little acrylic paint.
I made the glittery BOO sign, and later this week I’ll show you how I made it. Get. Excited.
When I spotted the bats at Target I knew had to get them and somehow use them in the vignette. I orginally planned on hanging them from the ceiling with fishing line, but I decided that I didn’t want to have to deal with rigging them I’d hang them on the mirror with zip ties instead.
You want to see what it looks like at night with the black light glowing, don’t you?
Super spooky, right?
Here’s the rundown of where I got everything in the vignette.
lamp: Bed Bath & Beyond
feather boas for lampshade: JoAnn Fabric ($8*)
black light: Walmart
purple boa: Hobby Lobby
owl: Target ($2.50)
tealights: JoAnn Fabric ($4*)
BOO sign: handmade ($14.50*)
pedestal stand: Goodwill
short purple pumpkin: Hobby Lobby
tall purple pumpkin: Target ($2.50)
bats: Target ($3)
* I used coupons
Are you decorating for Halloween this year?
Do you go with a theme of sorts?
What are your thoughts on the Target dollar spot?
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