Each year, I enjoy making some fun Halloween decor for my crafting studio and home.
For 2020, the banner above was made with the Have A Hoot Bundle (English) .
The Halloween decor hat above was a fun kit! This one sits on a little table to greet visitors to my studio.
The vertical banner above was made with the Spooky Bingo Bits set from years ago. Do you remember that Stampin' Up! set from 2012?
This fun wreath made from a kit is missing a few elements but I still enjoy displaying it with the sparkly web and beaded spider.
Here's a another completed kit that was a favorite. The sectioned frame is awesome and it sits on a vintage sewing machine along with other fun, spooky elements just inside the front door of the cabin.
The black covering is just a piece of fabric that's folded and draped over top of the sewing machine to add to the Halloween ambiance.
The framed piece above was created in our former digital program, My Digital Studio, circa 2013. I still love it and that frame is just perfect.
Here's another framed piece that was a panel in some Halloween themed designer paper one year in the past. A black frame from Wal-Mart was just the right fit. The designer paper medallion was strategically hot glued to cover a phrase that was too ghoulish for my taste!
Here's another circle banner made with some stamped images, medallions, and fussy cut images from designer series paper.
The SPOOKY banner above is one of my favorites! Love the color combo and those big die cut letters!
Do you create any home decor pieces with your paper crafting supplies? I hope you enjoyed this look at some of my creations of Stampin' Up! Halloween Decor through the years!