The first day of autumn is tomorrow, but I couldn’t help jumping the gun on Halloween. Not only is it my favorite holiday, but we are going to be throwing another costume party (second annual, baby!) and as veterans, we now understand prep is key. We have our costumes decided (but not together yet), a menu figured out, and I am already thinking of sophisticated ways to deck the halls for halloween. I’m not really into the gory halloween or the cutesy halloween–but I do think there is a middle ground…at least that is where I am aiming to land.
And this bright black cat poster from 1903:
Then I just downloaded the images and saved them to my computer. I sized each down to a 5×7 (they seemed to both be around an 8x10ish) and printed them off. Free and easy.
I framed the cat in a basic white frame from Ikea:
And my floating easel frame from West Elm seemed suited for the bats perfectly. As if they are really flying. Ha!!
I am thrilled to find a source for free, vintage printables that will make it so easy to rotate art for the seasons–we couldn’t not share it with you. Anyone else already geeking out over Halloween??