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It may still be hovering around 100 degrees but we’re feeling ALL the fall vibes right now! Even if the weather isn’t ready to cooperate, we put together a Halloween-themed paint night for our ladies to kick off spooky season! Once again, we had the pleasure of working with Social Artworking. They take the work OUT of Artworking by making a paint party painless to put together.
We stuck with “classic creepy Halloween” as our decor theme. We hung a simple bundle of branches with gauzy fabric and fairy lights intertwined. We also placed a silhouette creeper cutout behind a sheet of frosted plastic. We all kept glancing at it and jumping! Boo!
This portrait is from the dollar store and changes from normal to creepy when you move around the room. My son hates it! I try not to let my older kids torture him TOO much with it. 😉
I like adding simple Halloween accents to my regular decor. Doesn’t our letter board look cute?!
Gauzy fabric draped over my colorful globes gives them a haunted make-over. And our bride and groom Halloween jars look great next to my collection of books.
Our food spread! Candy corn rice crisps, individual dipped apple slices and a meat and cheese autopsy platter!
Mr. Bones autopsy was my favorite! Picking the meat off your bones, literally!
Our drink of the night was a bloody Carrie (a little horror film reference!) It consisted of diet Mt Dew and a half a pump each of pomegranate and blood orange. Yum!
Onto the main event of the night…. our paint project!! We chose to paint Hilltop Haunt. Isn’t too cute?!
First, we trace…
Then we paint…
We also thought it would be super fun to have another option other than canvases to paint on. Those huge faux pumpkins from craft stores were perfect for our design!
Look at our masterpieces!! Now bring on the cool, fall weather and pumpkin spice everything!
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