Transforming Dollar Store Halloween Decorations
Not being a big fan of fall colours but still wanting to decorate I decided to forgo the orange, red, rust colours and focus on white and black with some gold and silver thrown in. I’m pretty pleased with what I was able to transform for little time, money and effort.
First up pumpkins. Of course pumpkins, can’t have Halloween with out pumpkins can we? Here are some pumpkins that I transformed using spray paint, twine, spiders, ribbon, beads and driftwood.
Plastic Pumpkins (before)
Plastic Pumpkins (after)
Spray painted gold with pearl bead strips from the dollar store. Topped off with a piece of gold and white ribbon for a bit of a glamorous look.
Spray painted antique white with added plastic spider and using twine to wrapped around the stem transforms this cheap pumpkin into something a bet more special.
Ceramic Pumpkins (before)
Ceramic Pumpkins (after)
A few coats of spray paint in antique white transforms these cheap orange ceramic pumpkins. Works great for the black and white theme i have going on this year.
Metallic Plastic Pumpkin (before)
Metallic Plastic Pumpkin (after)
Silver studded pumpkin
Spray painted silver with added sparkle gems from the Dollarama.
Set of Black and White Pumpkins
Spray Painted antique white and black add driftwood for stems and a few spiders and webs to make these cheap pumpkins and bit more special.
White Glam Pumpkins
Spray painted antique white with added pearl bead and a twig for a stems
Styrofoam Skelton (Before)
Styrofoam Skelton (After)
Spray painted antique white with twine added to eyes and added plastic spider.
Spray painted antique white added black flowers, twigs and scare crows.