I’m aware that it’s a week into November, but I have to share our Halloween theme before we’re too far gone. Right before Halloween last year I found some amazing inspiration from Brooklyn Limestone. Every Halloween Stephanie goes above and beyond with her amazing ideas. Unfortunately it was too close to the big day so I promised myself I would follow through the next year. So here we are all decked out and ready for some serious trick or treaters!
simple DIY wizard of oz decor
I used a projector to focus images of the flying monkeys and wicked witch on black poster board. I traced the images with white chalkboard pen and cut them out.
A Wizard of Oz theme wouldn’t be complete without the yellow brick road! Our yellow brick road was quick and easy with some yellow chalk (although I did have a major fingernail situation when I was hurrying to finish.)
Our yellow brick road led to the front door, which was wrapped in green plastic table cloths to look like the entrance to the Emerald City. A creepy sign was draped in cobwebs.
Witch legs peeked out from under the house right near the front door. I scored those witchy shoes at a local thrift shop for $2.
And of course you can’t visit Oz without the ruby slippers…
I loved how everything turned out and it was pretty inexpensive. Now I just have to come up with a theme for next year!
Linking up to…
Design, Dining & Diapers, Project Inspired @ Yesterday on Tuesday, Monday Funday @ Becoming Martha, The 36th Avenue, Think & Make Thursday