Fall is the gateway to the holiday decorating season, and the Halloween tricks and treats decorating ideas are flowing. September to December stands as the most wonderful time of the year for the pumpkins and antlers and garlands oh my decorating inclined.
Halloween decorating is serious business these days. The elaborate decorations and Halloween tricks and treats decorating ideas offered in today’s decorating market far surpass the dime store plastic pumpkin with a flashlight in it, honeycomb centerpiece and die cut front door decoration days gone by.
With that being said, let’s take a look at a few Halloween tricks and treats decorating ideas.
Classic in style and presence, the Mackenzie Childs Orange Check Medium Pumpkin is a traditional with a twist investment piece waiting to become a Halloween heirloom.
No rocking chair lined porch is Halloween ready without at least one jack-o’-lantern. Displaying a jack-o’-lantern decorative throw pillow is my idea of the perfect no carve pumpkin decoration.
Bust a fabulous centerpiece move with this decorative bronze sheep bust from Overstock. Halloween decoration now, decorative home decor accessory later.
Set a mood of intrigue and mystery with this handheld mask from Save-on-Crafts. Mardi Gras will be here before you know it, and I do like decorative items that serve a dual holiday decorating purpose.
Pumpkin pretty in pink and black.
I grow more impressed and inspired each Halloween season by the stellar designs and Halloween spooktacular creations.
This open hand door knocker in solid brass is a Halloween decoration now, and a decorative home decor accessory later.
DIY projects shine at Halloween time, and nothings says frightening elegant like a metallic skull head.
Lighting does set the scene at any soiree, and a black lantern fitted with an orange light bulb shines a light on an eerie glow.
Add a touch of fright to the look by draping Spanish moss from the arms of a light fixture.
If you don’t have access to moss via nature’s arts and crafts store, pick up a couple of packs at your local dollar store, Michaels or Hobby Lobby.
I use movie posters from classic horror movies for everything from wall decorations to invitations to coasters to tablecloths.
Tasty treats and stunning sweets are what Halloween baking is all about.
It’s not too early or too late to begin gathering ideas and goodies for your Halloween decorating extravaganza. I hope one or more of these Halloween tricks and treats decorating ideas help to trick out your Halloween decorating spooktacular.