I have another quickie project you can do for some Halloween decor. I just bought some frames at Target that were on clearance. These plain and ugly purple-y ones. The good thing is they are wood and my intention is to spray paint them at some point. I got a couple of 5x7’s, a 4x6 and a few 3 1/2x5’s.
At the moment, they will work for this purpose. I went to my Pictures folder and online to see what images for Halloween I had saved. The Graphics Fairy is a good site to look through and she does have a “Halloween” section. I also Googled “vintage Halloween images” and that is where I got just about all of these from.
Love this little girl one! It looks like an ME design; it didn’t say so, but it could be. I printed the image on my photo paper and cut it out. It was just shy of the size to fit in the 5x7 frame, so I grabbed a scrap piece of my favorite harlequin wrapping paper and used that as a background.
I also already had a variety set of postcards that I got from Vanessa at A Fanciful Twist. Coincidentally, the perfect fit for the natural wood 4x6 frame. I chose this witch silhouette to frame and how much easier can Halloween decor get than that!
I might pop the postcard out and just do a spray of black paint on this frame, though. The natural-ness is not really doing anything for me. Through my Google search, I also found these antique images that I printed out in a 3 1/2x5 size for the white frames.
Again, just simply cutting them out and putting them in the frames. A nice small size for tucking into little areas or placing on accent tables. I also found this raven that was kind of an odd size and I still have to find something for him.
Here they are all together.
These quickie posts are working well for me so far while I am having a busy October. I hope to be posting more frequently by the end of the month, but meanwhile, I hope you enjoy some of these “quickies”.