Burlap Movie Poster Halloween Garland



If you're crazy about burlap and old scary movies like me, check this out. Combine those loves to make spooky Halloween ornaments from movie posters or book covers. As you will see, they're perfect for garlands, wreaths or your Halloween tree. What's more, they're reversible...




This year, I'm displaying the Burlap Movie Poster Halloween Ornaments as a garland.  Here's a sneak peek.



Last year, I used them on my Halloween Tree. You can see lots of great photos *here.*




These burlap ornaments are a Frightful Flashback from last Fall. 



If you want the full tutorial just *click here* for everything you need to make Burlap Movie Poster Halloween Ornaments.



Of course, when we're watching scary movies, we love to serve up popcorn in a fun style!




If not popcorn, we eat Gorp while watching movies. What do you munch on?



Oh that's creepy!! The poster is from House on Haunted Hill with Vincent Price. 



You can find more Halloween Ornament inspiration *here.*  AND, if you want to see the reverse side for Thanksgiving, *click here.*

What favorite scary movies will you be tuning into this season?



Look closely at what's grasping the burlap ornaments. That's my next tricky treat: 









17 comments:

Anonymous said...

Cool idea!

Anonymous said...

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Bliss said...

Cute. I would add that old giant spider movie too, can't think of the name. We have a poster of the 10 foot lady in our family room, a lady that tall is pretty scary too.

~Bliss~

Donna Wilkes said...

I'm with Bliss - I would have to have a scary spider movie and The Birds and The People Under the Stairs! I snack on pistachios and dark chocolate. I have to have a blanket to hide my eyes if the movie gets too scary. I like psychological thrillers, not real gory ones.

You are so creative!

the cape on the corner said...

love the old look of those posters!

Katie said...

I love those!

Katie @ Horrific Knits

Heidi@OneCreativeMommy.com said...

Very creepy! Great job. Thanks for sharing this week at One Creative Weekend! Have a great weekend!

Amy Marshall said...

This is so clever! I love that it is vintage, too. I'm a total sucker for anything retro right now...is that a sign of getting old? LOL

cathy@my1929charmer said...

How clever and love the vintage feel. But still creepy! You have it all covered! Thanks for sharing your creative inspiration with Sunday’s Best – you helped make the party a success!

Jennifer said...

Thanks for linking up to our Pretty Things Party. Hope to see you back next week!

Tutus & Tea Parties said...

Ahh, love it! Thank you for sharing at our Pinteresting Party!

All That Glitters said...

Super cool! I love Halloween! Maybe even a little obsessed!

Bobi Jensen said...

This is so cute!

Bobi
http://westernwarmth.blogspot.com

Faith, Trust and Pixie Dust said...

Oh my goodness, where on earth did you get all these cool movie titles? The artwork is priceless! Brilliant idea.
Thanks so much for sharing at my par-tay.

Warmly, Michelle

J said...

Your blog is a wonderful treasure of clever ideas! I am especially enjoying the Halloween ones!

Nicole said...

Love it! That is the most fun Halloween Garland that I've seen!

Courtney ~ French Country Cottage said...

Super cute idea~ thanks for linking up at Feathered Nest Friday!