More Halloween around the house














So here are some more photos of around the house. I made the giant Halloween pillows by taking vintage Halloween images and enlarging them in photoshop—then having them printed by Spoonflower. The cat was actually an image from the front of a vintage noisemaker, so for that I took a photo and then extracted the cat in photoshop and filled in the background with orange. I have an owl pillow that I still need to sew and stuff that was from the cover of a vintage Halloween game. I got the idea from a magazine that had enlarged an old cat face illustration to make a bean bag toss game.

Of course I sewed some pillow covers from my Halloween fabric too.

We turned our gnomes into Halloween bandits by cutting little masks from black fabric, and a little double sided tape on the ends to help them stay on.

I have a collection going of Halloween + Christmas records. I just wish my Halloween collection was bigger. This record isn’t even a Halloween one per say–but the cover is great. The only Halloween song on it though it Witches’ Brew (and it’s not great) haha.

The bookshelf is covered in pumpkins and black painted owls from last year. The castle also makes a nice decoration with its spooky skulls :)

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20 Responses to More Halloween around the house

  1. Hodzer says:

    I WANT those vintage pillows! Incredible! Can’t wait to see Christmas. :-)

  2. OMGosh! I sooo wanna be a kid at your house. I love all your inspirations, I swear…I think Innovation lives at your house as a living breathing person. I love your blog! Thanks for continuing to inspire my imagination. Take Care, Janna Lynn

  3. mollie says:

    All of the wonderful decorating (and the Hap Palmer record!) remind me so much of how my mom did things when I was little. Such fun!

  4. Leslie says:

    I want that trick-or-treat fabric!

  5. Leslie says:

    OMG! I want that trick-or-treat fabric!

  6. Mom says:

    I loved the masks on your Gnome’s too funny, and I love your tablecloth. Love Mom!

  7. Mary says:

    Where is that tablecloth from? I love it.

  8. So festive! The pillows are a great idea and I love your tablecloth. Did you make that, too?

  9. Susan says:

    Would there be anyway you might share the images for those of us who would like to make our own pillows!! They are amazing!!!!

  10. Becky farley says:

    Very clever with the giant halloween pillows!! Theyre awesome! :)
    Ps I received thomas’ flash!! Thank you, it’s wonderful!! Such a talented gang!

  11. deanna says:

    I love your decorations!! Did you make the tablecloth?

  12. chloé says:

    I LOVE IT! Oh how I wish in France, they could celebrate Halloween as you do. Thanks to give us magic stuff!

  13. Megan M says:

    I can not tell you enough how much I LOVE those vintage giant pillows, especially the devil one!!!! What a great idea for pillows too, you could essentially do it for any time of the year with any pictures or photos you have! I just love it!

  14. Jen says:

    Just amazing :)

    I love the little mummy stuffed into a pumpkin :D

  15. Elizabeth says:

    I’m with deanna and Mary, where did you get the table cloth?? Love it, as well as all your other pretties!!!!

  16. kristine says:

    Love the giant pillows! What a great idea!

  17. Plum says:

    I love ever bit of every thing.

  18. geek+nerd says:

    Those Halloween pillows are too cool for school!

  19. Cris says:

    Oh my goodness, those are the coolest Halloween decorations ever!! I really love the mummy!

  20. Rachel says:

    LOVE those pillows! Thanks so much for sharing!