Thank you for joining me here at
Today I'm sharing a new
project or two, that add a little touch of
Halloween to a tabletop.
Let's start with a very quick and easy project
that you can complete in just a few minutes.
a picture frame
some seasonal clip art
some seasonal scrapbook paper
a few glitter embellishments ( if you want)
I started with the vintage Halloween post
card and the children's book page with a
I shuffled them around to find the
best way to show them off.
Then I removed the advertising paper that
came in the frame and flipped it over
to use as a base.
I glued pieces of the seasonal scrapbook
paper on for the background.....then glued on the
post card and the poem page.
Lastly, I added a couple of glittery touches.....
The paper was ready to go back into the frame.
Here it is......sitting on a table with a picture
of our daughters the year they trick-or-treated together as clowns!
You could make many seasonal pages to go into a
frame....and just switch them as you change out
your seasonal decor!
Wanna use some more fun clip art, Glitterinas?
When I begin looking for vintage Halloween clip art,
I can easily become overwhelmed by all the
amazing items I find!
Do you ever get lost in the process......goodness!
I pick out several favorites and then STOP....
otherwise I'd be oohing and aaahing
Here are some quick and easy, small
Halloween games I made to tuck
around on the dining room table.
Some added buttons, crepe paper fringe or rounds, glitter stick ons,
and ribbon finish up each piece of clip art.
Here they are on the dining room table.....
I used a large web-looking circle, made with a
Martha Stewart Circle Cutter,
for the background of this scalloped piece
of clip art.
Little pieces around the edge.....
......then scalloped piece in the center.
Using a small clothes pin, I hung this round piece on
a lamp in the dining room.
Thanks for letting me share all these Halloween
touches from around the house!
I hope you'll try your hand at
one of these.....then share pics of your creation!
Y'all are the best, Glitterinas!
Until next time,
all our wonderful trees