Sunday, October 26, 2014

{Sorta} Spooky Black & White Halloween Fireplace

Hey there everyone!  It's a beautiful fall day here in the ATL.  My friends and I went to the Country Living Fair yesterday and had a great time.  That fair is so full of good stuff that it's hard to see it all in one day.  SO much inspiration!  We love it!

I fixed up my mantle a couple of weeks ago, but I'm just now getting around to sharing it with you.  It's simple and fun.

I use things from previous year, like the black feather wreath (which I LOVE! - got that at Kirkland's a couple of years ago), the skull (probably a Wal-Mart find), and the vase with black sticks. Every year I grab a few scraggly branches from our crape myrtles and give them a quick, black spray paint.

Easy, right?  The black candles used to be white and I sprayed them too.  I just use them again each year with those old candlesticks.  The little white pumpkins came from the dollar store and Wal-Mart, and I painted them white with some leftover spray paint after taping off the stems.  Easy.

F is for Frightening!!

It has to be easy or I won't do it.. I just don't have the time or energy to be super-creative! I wish I did, but I know my limitations haha!  And I am in love with this real pumpkin I found at Wal-mart!  So squished and cute!  I hope it lasts through Thanksgiving.

Pretty soon we'll be enjoying a roaring fire in the fireplace - but not today!  It's sunny and 81 degrees! Happy Halloween, y'all! 

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