This fun, little display is on the island in my kitchen. Growing up, my aunt always had something on her kitchen countertop for each holiday. I remember loving this as a kid!
I used only three colors, black, white, and orange to simplify this already 'busy' display!
The square candle holder displays a pumpkin with a 'relax' sign hanging from it. 'Relax' because nothing in here is really poisonous...or is it? I will let the kids think the candy is! I pulled apart some gauze from the first aid kit for the display.
This lovely French vintage label is from the Graphics Fairy. Again, I printed it onto glossy photo paper and burned the edges for an authentic look. I added a short hand script to make it look real!
This poor pumpkin head was on clearance a few years ago because it was detached...perfect for me to glue to a big candy jar and add some feathers to mask the glue.
I had another old label of some 'Spirits of Camphor' and burned the edges to give the look like something exploded in the lab.
The 'poison' label was from a Martha Stewart collection at Michael's a few years ago. The Graphics Fairy has some great vintage ones.
The black and orange bubble gum was found at Homegoods. I only put out candy that I don't like! If it were a jar of M&M's, it would be gone in a day! Candy jars and candle sticks were purchased at various places and at different times. The 'relax' tag came in a set from TJMaxx. Polka dot napkins are from Target. The 'eek' tag probably came from Target, too!
Enjoy making your Halloween fun!
I always have so much fun joining these link parties!
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