The Pin Junkie: Spooky Creatures Framed Halloween Art

Spooky Creatures Framed Halloween Art

Halloween Framed Art
Spooky Framed Halloween Art

When it comes time to decorating for Halloween, I really don't like gory and scary decorations.  I like decorating for Halloween, I just prefer not to have fake blood and dismembered body parts all over my house!  Maybe that's just me.   Here's a way to add some Halloween themed art to your home in just a few minutes.  

Materials needed:
frames
Halloween scrapbook paper
black paper
scissors
pencil
glue

I used these patterns and traced them onto black paper.  Then I cut them out.


I glued the cut out shapes onto Halloween themed scrapbook paper and put them into cheapo $5.00 frames from Michael's.

Spooky Framed Halloween Art

 
Spooky Framed Halloween Art

 
Spooky Framed Halloween Art

It doesn't get any easier than that!  These framed spooky creatures will have your house ready for Halloween in no time at all!

43 comments:

  1. Awesome! I'm Halloween crazeee right now so I'm lovin' this one! Thanks!

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  2. Love these! Very chic!
    Hope you will stop by and see my Halloween decorating this year too. I will be posting this year's soon, but you can see last year's on my sidebar.
    Amber @junkaholicsunanimous.blogspot

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  3. Very clever! I love how you could easily use this idea for other holidays and just switch out the pictures. This might even be fun to have my daughter help me with. She is 8 and loves arts and crafts.

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  4. the perfect touch of halloween without being scary! love it

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  5. I love this idea. Using those papers that simulate old newspaper is great! Awesome share!

    XOXO
    Cami

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  6. These are great! And I have to agree with you about the "body" parts all over my house! LOL!

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  7. Such a cool idea!!

    Again, thanks for joining the Link Up this week!

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  8. I absolutely love these!! AWESOME

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  9. I love the use of the paper and how you framed it into an awesome piece of art! Thank you for sharing at One More Time Events....Tammy

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  10. Such a fun creative Idea! Love it. www.polkadotpixies.com

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  11. What a great idea!
    I have a giveaway going on and today is the last day to enter, would love for you to check it out!
    http://thediaryofarealhousewife.blogspot.com/2013/10/sponsorship-giveaway.html

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  12. Adorable and effective! Love them...I am like you...no gore! These would be perfect for me! :) Pinning!

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  13. Love those! Although I might take issue with your assertion that that giant spider is "not scary" ;)

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    1. LOL! I think my husband would agree with you! He hates spiders!

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  14. I love this. It looks fantastic! Thanks for sharing them!

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  15. Hi I love this! It's so creative of you and you did a great job. I saw it on share your cup.
    Julie @ julieslifestyle.blogspot.com

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  16. Love the way these look. I feel like I'd forget to take them down after Halloween and then it would be Easter and someone would be like "why do you have Halloween pictures up?" lol

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    1. LOL! That sounds like something I would do too, Jill!

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  17. Very cool and 'classy' way to decorate for halloween:-) great idea!

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  18. Really fun! I love how they turned out. You picked the best scrapbook paper for the backgrounds. Thanks for sharing them with SYC. Pinned.
    hugs,
    Jann

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    1. Thanks Jan! I thought about using real newspaper, but liked this better.

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  19. Totally LOVE these! The perfect Halloween decor. Thanks so much for sharing. Have a wonderful weekend!

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  20. Really cute and easy! Love it!

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  21. I'm not a Halloween fan but I must admit these are very cute. Thanks for sharing at Get Crafty Friday! ~ MamaGing.com

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  22. That is such a cool idea! I'm loving the look of these. I agree.... love decorating for Halloween, but I don't like the blood and gore type of decor. Love these.:) Thank you for sharing on Inspire Me Wednesday. Featuring you in next week's issue.

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    1. Thanks for the feature Mel! I appreciate it!

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  23. Love these! Especially the spider! Thanks for sharing at Share Your Stuff Tuesdays!

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  24. I seriously thought they were store bought! They are refined and pretty and I love them!

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  25. Oh my gosh - love these, too!! Pinned them, and know just the place I'm going to put them, too! Thank you for sharing your ideas!!

    Kim @ {enjoy the view}

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  26. These are so cute and so simple - think I may have to try a few myself... thanks for sharing.... Cathy

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  27. These are perfect! Love the paper you used, makes it look antiqued. I don't go for the blood and gore, but I do like the spiders and such.
    I linked over from Make the Scene Monday where I am participating with my
    Quilled Witches Hat,
    Happy Birthday Hug Card,
    Autumn Polaroid Frame
    I would love it if you'd stop by.
    Hugs, antonella :-)

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  28. I love your quick and easy Halloween art! And just the right amount of creepy!

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  29. These are really cute, I agree blood and gore and not my thing either. Thanks for sharing.

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  30. Love these! Cute, spooky and looks like something I could actually do. :-) Will be pinning it!

    Stef
    Our Barefoot Adventures

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  31. These look awesome - beautifully done! I am delighted that you shared with Home and Garden Thursday,
    Kathy

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  32. These are so great! Thanks for sharing on The DIY'ers!

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  33. This is so easy... one of those moments when Im sitting here thinking "why didn't I think of that" .... I use to think of things like this... I have gotten out of the habit just because Im an empty nester!! I need to get back into the fun of every excuse for season creative decorating for my own enjoyment.... Thank you!

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