Wednesday, October 05, 2011

Making White Dark.....

Creepy Cool
can be neutral....

This year we took
Uncle August and hung him from the door
 in one of our displays up front.
Using the colors of his picture and frame,
we created
a neutral
Halloween Pallet

Using glass, shells and Mercury glass we started the theme....

Coral does a nice job mimicking bones
plus we love the texture of it!

creepy cool textures!

Glass apothecary jars to fill with
fake spiders, or candy....

One of our customer's sons collects cicada shells
and they used those to fill the jars
for a specimen look....

These frames hold pictures on both sides...
and with a little help from the Graphics Fairy,
we had instant creepy prints!

Vintage urns (our favorite!) are filled with
distressed white pumpkins...and shredded newspaper.

Silver skulls, glittered pumpkins and black and white Halloween prints
add to the ambiance of the display!

The Darkside of White...
got to love it!


Rosemary@villabarnes said...

Yes, you made white very creepy. Great displays.

The Quintessential Magpie said...

You are so creative. I don't really do Halloween, but I gotta hand it to you girls, your displays are pretty amazing. But they always are!


Sheila said...

Love your display! Do you pinch yourselves thinking how lucky you are to be able to do this for a living!

Sherri said...

I love your "creepy" white!! You girls made a wonderful Halloween display-I love it all. The coral looking like bones is an awesome idea I will need to share with my daughter, Jenny. She has a huge Halloween party every year and she could use this idea! Thanks girls!!

Debra @ Common Ground said...

I love it, this is so cool!!

Sherry@Back2Vintage said...

Cool and creepy! Yikes!!! Great displays!!!

Barbara said...

Hi I found you through Shadow Shot Sunday and scrolled down to find this unique Halloween display. I love how you have used neutrals to decorate for Halloween.


Anonymous said...

Such great decorating ideas for Halloween. I love the coral idea for a type of faux bone look. Every year I scour the local pumpkin patches for white pumpkins; they are my still on the lookout this fall.
Keep it coming sisters.


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