Download these fun Halloween prints for display in your home this October!
I love changing my decor up for the holidays every year (I’ve share Valentine’s Day prints, Fourth of July Prints, Fall Prints, etc), but decorating with new pieces all the time can get a little pricey. I like to invest in larger, transitional pieces in neutral colors from companies like Grandin Road, while changing up the theme and color with inexpensive prints and pillows.
This year I am decorating the house for Halloween in black and white with pops of orange. I’ve got a witches tea coming up this week so I’ve incorporated a lot of witchy components like cauldrons, black cats and brooms into my decor.
The first print I started with was a fun witches poem I adapted from a vintage greeting card. I initially framed it up in white, but now that its on the mantel I felt like it looked a bit better in black.
I paired the poem with this fun Halloween cat. He has a bit of a sarcastic look to him so I felt he needed an equally snarky little saying. Boo and stuff fit the bill.
Because these prints were so simple, I wanted one that was a bit bolder. I went with a bright orange jack-o-lantern on black. The print size is actually the same as the cauldron print, but I ended up framing it in a larger frame.
Scale is such an important part of design and truthfully the framed jack-o-lantern prints is a bit to large for my mantel. However, I really love the size and I am leaving it…Being in love with your decor is so much better than following the rules.
Printing Your Halloween Prints
Each of these prints is sized to be printed as either an 8×10 or 16×20. If you choose to print one of these designs at home on regular 8 1/2 x 11 paper, there will be an uneven white border around the edge (though it will be fairly indiscernible on the two prints with the white background.
I always print my holiday designs out at the Costco Photo Center. It costs about $15 for one 8×10 and two 16×20 prints (which is my fav combo). The prints are framed up in low-cost Ikea Ribba frames.
I had so much fun creating these prints! I hope you will enjoy them too.