Thank you to the editors of Martha Stewart Living for sponsoring this Halloween Gallery Wall project and post as part of the #12MonthsofMartha program! I received product in exchange for this project; however, all opinions are my own.
Hi friends! Time for another FUN #12MonthsofMartha project and this month it’s ALL about Halloween! I mean, did you see the goodie box FULL of Martha Stewart Crafts Halloween products this month? I used a number of the products in my Halloween Gallery Wall, such as the Carnival Happy Halloween Garland and the Carnival Pom Pom Spider Stickers! I also lined the back of a Monogram “S” Frame we had with paper from the Animal Masquerade 12 x 12 Paper Pad. That selection of paper is ahhhmazing! I mean, fuzzy kitty cat goodness and all!
AND if you love our “Thriller” Chalkboard Printable you see on our gallery wall, be sure to head over to download and print your own copy! Since my husband was good enough to let me take over our family room wall with Halloween crafty goodness, I asked his opinion on what the printable would say. He instantly said something from Thriller or Vincent Price – so I sent that to our design guru Rachel to whip up these awesome prints! Hope you enjoy!
But the main crafty project from the bunch (other than arranging the gallery wall) is a simple Hanging Spider Frame that I made with Dimensional Spider Silhouettes – I think those are my favorite from the bunch! You might have seen my Spooky Spider Halloween Wreath I shared last week, that used these same little guys! I think they’re so much fun, and I even hate spiders! Here’s what you need…
What you’ll need:
- Martha Stewart Crafts Dimensional Spider Silhouettes
- Martha Stewart Crafts Orange Topaz Glitter Eyelash
- Open frame
- Thumb tacks
- Glue gun/glue
And the steps:
- Simply push thumbtacks into the back of the frame, from the top.
- Tie a length of glitter eyelash from the thumbtack.
- Glue the other end of the glitter eyelash to the back of a Dimensional Spider Silhouette, and snip off the extra with scissors.
- Repeat with more spiders until your frame area is full.
And voila! One fun Hanging Spider Frame – perfect for your Halloween Gallery Wall! Now check out all of the other fun details…
So what do you think of our fun Halloween Gallery Wall with Martha Stewart Crafts? We’re just getting started with the Halloween decor over here, I can’t believe we’re heading full-fledged into holiday season! And if you’re just getting started on Halloween, you MUST pick up these Martha Halloween goodies!