Monday, October 18, 2021

Halloween Finishes

Hello friends!

Today I'm sharing some of my Halloween finishes that I love putting out every year.

This "Happy Halloween" piece is a new addition this year. The pattern is from Primrose Cottage Stitches and it was super quick and easy to stitch. I matted the stitching to some black and white check fabric and then mounted it to the front of this spider wood sign I found at Joanns this year. 


"Boo" from the Prairie Schooler is a small stitch that has been matted with two different coordinating fabrics and mounted to the inside of this "Trick or Treat" pedestal sign I found at Michaels. It sits on the top shelf along with my primitive Halloween doll, and of course, Rae Dunn mugs.

"Let Them Eat Candy" by Hands on Design was also mounted to a pedestal I found at Michaels. It's just matted with more buffalo check fabric and topped with a bow. I put this out next to my Halloween tiered tray.


As always, my "Bobbing for Pumpkins" piece by With thy Needle and Thread hangs from my rustic window. This was the piece inspired from Priscilla from Stitching with the Housewives. The sign is from Michaels and its perfect for the piece.


"Ye Old Crow" got a little update this year. I moved it from a black frame to this black window arch and then added some spooky ribbon and orange berries. It sits on a little bench with one of my Halloween gnomes.

"Tingles" by Lizzie Kate also got a little makeover this year. I moved it to an old whitewashed shutter and it currently sits on a bench in the corner (until I move it 100 times). I changed out the bow and added a few of those berries to coordinate it with the other pieces.


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3 comments:

butterfly said...

Great designs and finishing .
Enjoy your week.

Robin in Virginia said...

Each one is super. I really like your re-do on Ye Olde Crow, Alissa. That arched frame is perfect. Happy Friday!

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