Create a not so spooky Halloween vignette using copper decor. Spray paint assorted pieces to match any look quickly and easily! Using copper items I already had and spray painting other items to match had the vignette coming together quickly.
I wanted to use copper for a Halloween vignette to match lots of the copper accessories and decor pieces I have. When I found a metal Halloween tree at my local Goodwill recently, I knew it would be great for the vignette with a simple coat of paint. Old candle holders, a copper pumpkin, and a copper jack-o’lantern complete the look.
Halloween Vignette Using Copper
- Old Candle Holders
- Ceramic Pumpkin
- Vinyl Decals
- Copper Spray Paint
- Tea Light Battery Candles
- Thrift Store Find Halloween Tree
- Black and White Creepy Cloth
To cover the table, I bought two packages of Creepy Cloth at the Dollar Tree. The bottom one is black with a white one on top.
I neglected to take a photo of the Halloween Tree prior to spray painting it. It was dark with a bronze like finish. It only took one coat of Krylon Metallic Copper Spray Paint to having it fitting in with my other copper items. I like to keep our Halloween decor not so spooky and this tree is more fun than spooky, so it was a great find at Goodwill for .99.
I’m still finding items that came from my mother’s house that I can use for crafts or decor. These old candle holders needed a quick makeover. I used the same paint that I used for the tree on these.
I used the same paint that I used for the tree on these candle holders. The black tea light battery candles came in a set of four from the Dollar Tree.
I’ve had this copper pumpkin for a couple of years. I bought it at the Dollar Tree. To give it a Halloween look, I added a vinyl Boo decal like the one I used on the Canvas Bags for Halloween.
The inspiration for putting together a copper vignette for Halloween came from this copper jack o’lantern. I purchased this a couple of years ago. This year, it’s filled with candy and has some spilling out.
Since I have lots of copper accent pieces in our home, I love finding ways to create seasonal decor that matches. Giving quick paint makeovers to a few items is an easy way to do that.
Do you do much decorating for Halloween? If so, do you prefer not so spooky or scary and gory?
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Halloween Decor Using Copper