Hey boo ;) it’s me again, Becca from www.drivingmissmacey.com! It's time to bring out all of the Halloween decorations because Halloween styling is in full force over here. I have been loving the Halloween 2022 Add on Box and appreciating how many places I can style all of the Halloween decorations! One of the most versatile pieces in the box for me has been the “boo” tabletop sign. This cute little ghost family can be styled so many ways! Today I thought I’d share three of my favorite ways! Ya ready? Here we go!
1.Add it to your wreath
One of my favorite decor unsung heroes is the command strip! They do no damage and I can hang and rehang things to my heart's content. This is exactly what I used to add my boo sign to my wreath! I didn’t want those little ghosts to appear to be floating in the middle of the wreath so I grounded them a bit by placing them towards the bottom of the wreath. I fluffed some of the sprigs around the little ghosts to make it look more natural. I love how simple but impactful this was to my wreath. I love this little wreath, it’s actually made from the Fall 2022 Box garland.
:) So cute and such fun way to display your Halloween decor!
2.Style it in your bathroom
I love a pop of Halloween decor in my bathroom. When guests come over it’s fun to have a little bit of fun there for them. These little ghosts make the perfect addition to my fairly neutral bathroom decor, yet it’s immediately more festive. I styled the pieces next to some greenery and added a tray for dimension. I used the tray from the Easter 2022 Box. Complete the look with a cute little fall-colored candle and you’re set!
3.Complete a tiered tray look with it
I’ve been loving the Fall 2022 tiered tray.
It makes a perfect place to decorate for pretty much every occasion, but I’ve been looking forward to styling it for Halloween! I pulled out some old favorites from seasons past - like the owl bowl from the Halloween 2021 Box
- and started layering those pieces together on my tiered tray. The ghosts make the perfect focal point. I placed them first and then added everything else around them. The key here is to add height variation, texture (like greenery), and both sharp and round shapes. This makes for such a fun project each holiday and season, I love how Halloween-themed turned out!
Where would you style your boo tabletop sign? Which of these three was your favorite styling? I was also thinking this may make a fun DIY! Imagine them painted a light pink or terracotta color, so many possibilities! We cannot wait to see your take on them! Make sure to share!
About the Author
Becca is in her early 30’s and lives just outside Seattle with her husband, whom she met on Tinder (crazy right!?), and her two kids Macey and Harrison. Life is pretty full with two young kids but in her “free time” Becca loves a good mani-pedi, a hike with her family in the beautiful Pacific Northwest, or a day-date to bubble tea with her daughter. You can find her on Instagram here: www.Instagram.com/drivingmissmacey or her blog: www.drivingmissmacey.com.