Primitive Halloween Decor with Rust Effect Paint on Plastic Pumpkins

Primitive Halloween Decor with Rust Effect Paint on Plastic Pumpkins

I have to admit- on certain junk or antique pieces, I like the look of rust more than actually dealing with rust. Sometimes, the chipping and the flaking of real rust is too much for me to deal with – especially indoors. So, when I had a chance to try out the Rust Effect Paint by Modern Masters, I jumped at the chance! Right off the bat, I knew I wanted to try it on the plastic pumpkins and pumpkin candy buckets that crowd the thrift store shelves. Read more ›

Decorative Candy Corn with Serger Thread

Decorative Candy Corn with Serger Thread

In my neck of the woods (the Carolinas), relics of old industrial textile mills are common at vintage stores and thrift shops. So, it’s no surprise that I run across serger thread cones pretty frequently. I’ve already repurposed some for a Christmas project, but this time, I decided to upcycle a few into Halloween decor. More specifically, as decorative candy corn!Read more ›

Halloween House / DIY Haunted House with a Multi Photo Frame

Halloween House / DIY Haunted House with a Multi Photo Frame

When I first spotted this multi photo frame at Goodwill, it had been casually left in a basket of scarves and belts, as if the originally buyer had changed her/his mind. And as soon as I saw it, I thought, “Oh, look- a haunted house picture frame!”. But upon further inspection, I realized it was just in the shape of a Victorian house. With a Halloween makeover, however…it could EASILY become a DIY haunted house or Halloween house – don’t you think?

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Halloween Ornaments with Upcycled Fan Blades

Halloween Ornaments with Upcycled Fan Blades

I found a bin of fan blades that were SUPER cheap, and there was a pack of white blades on the top. Right off the bat, I saw the potential of creating some Halloween tree decorations or Halloween ornaments. Halloween ghosts from fan blades isn’t a completely original idea, but I had a feeling that I could get two ornaments from each ceiling fan blade.Read more ›

Floating Ghosts / Friendly Ghosts from Brass Candlesticks

Floating Ghosts / Friendly Ghosts from Brass Candlesticks

After last Halloween when I created this fun candy holder, I was determined to create another project for a Halloween ghost – friendly ghosts, for sure! And to create a Halloween ghost decoration that was a tabletop size, I used the brass candlesticks or brass candle holders that you see in thrift stores all the time.Read more ›

Halloween Porch Decorations with a Victorian Lamp Post

Halloween Porch Decorations with a Victorian Lamp Post

Over the years, Mr. Seasongoods has become accustomed to scanning the curb for interesting “things” that could become blog projects for me. And just a few weeks ago, he came across a pair of these old, beat-up candle holders that looked like a Victorian lamp post. He knew I could use them for something, and as soon as I saw them, I planned on using them as Halloween porch decorations. Read more ›