I LOVE Halloween. Like, seriously love it. If I didn’t have a mortgage to pay or mouths to feed, I might spend all of my money on decorations for the holidays. It’s a problem.
Since that’s not really practical (or nice), I have to show a lot of restraint when it comes to decorating. One really cute way I’ve discovered to add big impact for very little money is to use digital art.
There are so many things you can do with printables. Here are just a few!
Fill frames already in your house.
Choose art with color that compliments your decor and make sure it’s the same size as your frame. When the holiday is over, just pop the photo back in and store the printable in a folder to re-use next year. I love the way Aurelie from @aurelie.erikson framed the Ghouls Rule prints from @indyandpippa.co in her living room alongside photos of her babies.
Decorate your child’s play space/bedroom.
The kids would have a blast helping with this. Use some festive washi tape to secure the prints to the wall or get creative and place them on chalkboards or mirrors. Courtney with @lifeofcoco_ used prints from @oliveandeveco as decor in her daughter’s play kitchen area.
Shakira from @occasions.byshakira mixed in prints with her daughter’s art work in their playroom.
Spruce up the kitchen.
This is actually a shelf in my own little kitchen area. The frame with chicken wire had a bunch of random pictures on it – a photo booth strip with my girls before Olivia was born, Olivia’s ultrasound picture, quotes, etc. I swapped out those things and added Halloween goodies. The mini prints are from Hayden and North and Olive and Eve Co. You could do something similar or add them to the fridge or your cabinets for some holiday fun!
Include them in your party prep.
Do you have any other ideas? What’s one way that you decorate for Halloween that’s super simple and inexpensive?