Some fake fall bushes had just the right kind of 'flower' that worked with The Forgotten Planet. Remember the glow-in-the-dark stars from the Raven Lantern post? A few found their way onto this ornament as well.
And the washers that held those round wooden balls that I painted for that post found their way into The Robot & The Man ornament.
Strategic placement of the top two buttons echo the eye of our star, Beverly Garland, in Not of This Earth! Yikes! By the way, I discovered these fabulous movie posters at the blog "Found in Mom's Basement." It's listed as a free art resource for vintage ads on my sidebar. The book jackets are also from there.
I laughed upon seeing the Invasion of the Saucer-Men poster --it looks like someone else didn't like their brussel sprouts growing up, either!
And of course, I had to make one of the House on Haunted Hill with Vincent Price! After having created all these decorations, I now can't wait to see those kitchy old movies.
But before we pop that popcorn, let's take a look at how to make burlap movie poster halloween ornaments: