Halloween Windows

Inspired by the Martha Stewart window cling silhouettes, I made some Halloween curtains. I have been looking for a sturdy yet gauzey orange fabric and found it today on clearance at Joanne’s. I cut the curtains to fit inside the windows with enough leftover to sew a small channel at the top for the tension rods. Then using spray glue and black craft felt I created the silhouettes.

Once the sun is down the effect you see now should be seen from outside our house as the house light shines out. The black felt is actually much more opaque looking then it seems here, so I can’t wait to see it tonight. I’ll post the night time photos over on Flickr.

These should be fairly easy to store and re-use year after year.

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13 Responses to Halloween Windows

  1. Annika says:

    I love these SO MUCH. And I spy your owly bats!

  2. Those are wonderful! Easy and I hope you don’t mind I shared your picture – it was so fabulous and inspiring!

  3. Heather says:

    I love these as well!! Did you just spray glue them to the window? I don’t think I realized you could remove that easily and keep them.

  4. Vic says:

    I love the little waving pumpkin head!!

  5. Nicole says:

    Wow! These curtains are awesome! Please come and decorate my house!!!!!

  6. Oh, so smart of you to put them on sheer fabric! I made silhouettes a few years ago, but after taping them to my window they were difficult to remove and reuse.

  7. valoree says:

    omg, so cute! I love anything halloweenish! great job!

  8. Rachel says:

    Those are so much fun! Awesome job, I love the fabric idea!

  9. Amy says:

    Wow! How cool! I am inspired.

  10. Amanda says:

    How creative, I love them. You did a fabulous job on these :)

  11. ashleyd says:

    sooo amazing!

  12. sofie says:

    WOW, awesome, seems I want so bad for my room :D~