diy creepy Halloween frames

Hi The Celebration Shoppe readers! I’m Gillian Greding from Seasons Gredings and I’m SO excited to be posting here today! Being that my blog is all about the seasons and the holidays — I’ve been a HUGE fan of The Celebration Shoppe for years!!!

With Halloween just around the corner, I thought I’d kick off the season with an easy twist on some spooky Halloween frames!

Normally frames are made to fit specific sized photographs, but I thought I’d switch it up a little and frame some great paper and embellish with a smaller picture. It’s a great, fun look!

Plus, I love that it took me under 30 minutes to do all 3 frames!

Materials: Frames, scrapbook papers (I love K&Company) and scrapbook embellishments. I purchased all of my supplies from Michael’s.

frame supplies

Easy how to steps:

Remove the glass and backing from the frames.

scary frames

Pick the paper that looks best in your frames.

scary paper

Trace the glass with a pen to get the correct size for your frame.

trace frame

Cut out all the papers. Place paper in the frames and secure backing in place.

bat frame

Now for the fun– decorating!!! Stick the Halloween bunting to the frames.

sticker bunting

Add a spooky birdcage.

spooky birdcage

Add some apothecary jars.

bat frame

Add a haunted house.

haunted house frame

Now it’s time for your photographs.

A gory zombie…

spooky picture frame

A group of vampires…

tombstone frame

The Addams family…

addams family picture

Voila! Finished!

How easy was that!?!?!

Yay! I love my spooky new frames!

halloween frame

haunted frame

halloween frame

scary halloween frames

Thank you The Celebration Shoppe for letting me hang out here today! It’s been a blast!

And as always, The Celebration Shoppe hopes you’re inspired to craft, bake, create and celebrate! 

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