Weekend Recap: Halloween decor

Hi All,

This weekend was pretty low key. I needed a break from client installs and home decorating projects. With rain throughout all of Saturday I spent it making custom pizzas for guest, eating some cake in celebration of Jon’s b-day and then watching many, many movies in bed!

Of course I can not go a weekend without doing a DIY project and since I need to add some Halloween decor to my home a pumpkin became my latest object of attention.

Take a peek at my new favorite Halloween decoration:

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To get all of my DIY instructions head on over to Sweet Nothings where I am guest blogging!

Hope you all had a great weekend! How do you decorate for Halloween? I have two more pumpkins that I have yet to get my hands on. I need some advice with what to do with them!

xoxo,

Camila

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26 Responses to Weekend Recap: Halloween decor

  1. A Life More Fabulous says:

    A studded pumpkin! Very clever + very fun!

  2. Blondie says:

    I love it! I posted a comment for you on Sweet Nothings also. This must have taken some time, but looks so chic! Kori xoxo

  3. MyLittleHappyPlace says:

    Love, love, LOVE it!! Do the other ones in different patterns of nailhead, then group them!

  4. LindsB says:

    LOVE this idea- I think I might have to use it for my own. I have a TON of nailheads left over and this is a perfect way to use them- thanks!

  5. Scientific Housewife says:

    Such a great idea, I simply carved my pumpkin and set it outside, where it obviously didn't last very long. It's still fun and I toasted the seeds to eat :)

  6. Carolyn says:

    That is a really quite chic lady pumpkin! Love it.

  7. Lynett says:

    What a nice weekend, I need one of those! Love the pumpkin!!!

  8. Miss Wendy says:

    Love the pumpkin!

  9. Grace says:

    What a lovely, sophisticated pumpkin!

  10. Deliciously Organized says:

    Love it!!! You are so inspiring!

  11. Design A-Peele says:

    wow girl! you have a great blog! I'll have to add you to my "friends" list so I can keep up with your progress on getting your foot in the door ;)

  12. my favorite and my best says:

    love it!!! that's a glamourumpkin.

  13. Emily says:

    Oh my gosh I am LOVING what you did here. How clever! Came out great and I think I'll have to put that in my holiday decor folder!!

  14. Sidney says:

    Love your pumpkin! Check out my blog today and you can find some more ideas for decorating your pumpkin. I'm going to tackle carving mine tonight even though I am the absolute worst pumpkin carver!

  15. Tamstyles says:

    cool pumpkin…

  16. Ms. Bright says:

    So pretty!I'm all about some nailheads! P.S.- I love the wall color and the etagere in the corner!! I've been eyeing a similar one for 2 years!

  17. Stephanie Sabbe says:

    LOve the pumpkin!

  18. MMW says:

    Super cute! I'm also CRAZY about the white tiered shelf in the background. So gorgeous!

  19. Averill says:

    What a great, easy way to decorate a pumpkin. Thanks!

  20. Katherine @ Grass Stains says:

    I LOVE it! It looks great. I need to spice up my own pumpkins like that.

  21. Ruthie's Renewed Treasures says:

    Very fun! Looks like that took some time but totally worth it!

  22. Kristin says:

    That pumpkin is just fabulous. I pretty much love studded anything!

  23. ~KS says:

    That pumpkin is amazing!! I am going to give that a try!!

  24. Blair says:

    Love love love! I sadly have no decor this year, very unlike me:/

  25. Blueprint Bliss says:

    Love that pumpkin!

  26. Sweet Nothings says:

    thank you so much Camilla for helping us this week! this project is def going to be done next year!

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