Tuesday, October 9, 2012

Halloween Entryway Shelf 2012

Happy Tuesday everyone.  Boy, I am behind.  I just got my Halloween decorations down from the attic this past Saturday.  With all the activities and church, I just didn't get a chance to decorate until yesterday and today.  This is what I am doing for my entryway shelf.





I just love those plastic skeletons.  When my oldest daughter, Lee, was little, she used to carry one around with her like a baby (she never was a baby doll girl).  I am still a little concerned?!







I put a skull, from The Dollar Store, in my lantern and draped it with cheese cloth.





This in one of my Halloween Bottles from last Halloween. Go here to see how to make them.




Everything, with the exception of the skull plate (Target) and cheese cloth, came from The Dollar Store.  I really liked the skelleton garland.

Happy Halloween!

Rhonda


8 comments:

  1. OOOH! I love it! Our decorations just made their way down too!!! Looking good!!!

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  2. Wow I love you're decorations! So creative! :)

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  3. I love how you used a shelf as a mantle! Looks terrific! Especially with that window frame behind it all....!
    Great Halloween work!

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  4. Great job using the shelf as a mantel! Very creepy! :)
    Thanks for joining the party at Keep Calm and Link Up! See you again next week!

    Barbara at Chase the Star
    chasethestar dot net

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  5. I LOVE this! It is so CUTE! I am a new follower and came from the blog hop so I hope you will follow me back.
    Thanks!

    Jenn
    couponcalimom.blogspot.com

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  6. Sooo spooky! That screaming head is the tops.
    Thank you for linking up at the Wildly Original party!

    <3 Christina at I Gotta Create!

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  7. Spooky! Thanks for linking up to our Pretty Things party. Hope to see you back next week!

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  8. You are a STAR today! Featuring you over at I Gotta Create!
    Thanks so much for linking up.
    <3 Christina

    http://igottacreate.blogspot.com/2012/10/of-ghosts-graveyards.html

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