Artful Bats and Spiders
Just a GirlThese Halloween prints cost blogger Just a Girl less than $7. But the simple design, sleek color combo and artful styling gives them a chic look.
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Oleander and PalmThese modern beauties were made with spray paint and vinyl stencils. Easy.
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Calaveras Candle Jars
Ohoh BlogThese free black and white printables are great for wrapping around candles. They're stylish with just the right amount of spooky.
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Antique Window and Raven
Create.Craft.Love.This DIY is more work than most, but that awesome spooky look above your mantel is definitely worth the extra effort.
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The 36th AvenueBlogger Desiree from The 36th Avenue combined a fun mix of black and white elements to create this vintage-inspired entryway.
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Wine & GlueThe key to designing these Halloween candles? Tissue paper and a blow dryer plus some fabulous graphics.
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Mom Always Finds OutCreate this look by spray painting a large pumpkin with white paint (or skip this step by purchasing a white craft pumpkin) and peel and stick a monogrammed letter to the gourd.
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Mr. and Mrs. Skull Prints
Perisa LouThis DIY is super easy since blogger Perisa Lou provides the skeleton printables. All you need is some gold leaf and frames to complete the spooky look.
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Creatively LivingThis one's really simple. Take a black permanent marker and draw a spiderweb design on a plain white plate. Not loving the spiderweb design? Go with bats, ghosts or other Halloween-inspired shapes.
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Flight of Bats
Life Love LarsonThis simple black and white decor cost blogger Live Love Lesson just $1 to put together. She bought the package of bats at the Dollar Tree and then went batty in her living room.
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