Do you realize how easy it is to transform your creepy Halloween mantel vignette into a fabulous Halloween centerpiece?
You can practically move it onto your dining room table.
Transform your creepy Halloween table centerpiece into a wonderful Halloween mantel.
That’s what I did.
It’s SO easy!
Check out the easy transition and recreate it yourself:
From this creepy Halloween table setting…
To this creepy Halloween fireplace mantel…
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Step 1: Start with a base item for your creepy Halloween vignette
I found this wonderful creepy dark grey cloth from Dollar Tree. I draped it from the back of the mantel and then hung down.
Step 2: Add large items to create your Halloween Mantel
Next, take the tallest items from your centerpiece and add them to the back and/or corner of your fireplace mantel.
In my case, it’s the easy diy dripped wax wine bottles.
I grouped three of them in the corner, with two toward the back, and one in front between them. This creates dimension in the vignette.
I then put two more bottles to the right, with one slightly in front of the other.
You don’t want them in a straight line, as it isn’t visually interesting.
To break up the dripped wax wine bottles, I added tarnished silver pieces from my creepy Halloween tablescape.
I put a tarnished teapot in between the sets of wine bottles, a tarnished sugar bowl in front of the two wax-dripped wine bottles, and the tarnished creamer at the end of the creepy Halloween vignette.
Step 3: Add embellishments to complete your creepy Halloween mantel vignette
To give the Halloween mantel vignette a creepy feeling, I added easy diy black spiders. My favorite is the large Black Widow and how she appears to be crawling up the wine bottles.
I also hung one of the diy pom-pom spiders from the creepy gauze, as if it was building a web.
Then to complete the look, I added dried red roses to the tarnished teapot and dead-looking fake flowers in between the wine bottles and other items.
The dead-looking flowers are the easiest diy project!
You’ve gotta try it!!
Seriously! Super fun to create!!
Wasn’t that an easy transition from a creepy Halloween tablescape to a creepy Halloween mantel vignette?
So easy to move your display and decorate different parts of your house. Plus no need to buy more décor. Bonus!!