Looking for elegant and easy halloween decor? I created a free modern printable art to help you put together a stylish holiday vignette.
Oh my goodness, have we skipped fall and gone straight to winter? Brrrr! I hope you are doing well my friend. I’m a little late (again) but it’s time for my subscriber monthly freebie.
Mirrored Leaf Printable Art
As part of a subscriber newsletter, I enjoy creating free printables as a small way of saying thank you for letting me into your inbox each week. When you sign up for Up to Date Interiors’ weekly newsletter, you get DIY and decorating tips, exclusive offers and monthly freebies (that never expire) like this modern mirrored leaf print straight into your inbox each week. Have you signed up yet? I would love to have you as an insider!
This month’s subscriber printable art was inspired by inkblot art, otherwise known as Klecksography or Rorschach inkblot test. I created it to print as a 5×7 and I absolutely love how it looks in an 8×10 floating frame! I think this Halloween printable would also look fabulous in the same frame.
It’s sitting in my foyer Halloween glam vignette but honestly, you could use it as permanent art. You can access the Printable Library by signing up below.
The asian cabinet is also styled with one of my DIY gilded pumpkins and daphne is all ready for trick or treaters.
Best of recent posts and what’s to come:
I usually share what happened the previous month but I was pretty much on hiatus because of our recent international move. Since I already have a few fall and halloween posts for October, let’s revisit those!
The month started with The Global Styler ladies sharing fall/halloween door hangings. I created a lovely floral crescent moon with a super easy DIY! Find inspiration for bright and colorful fall vignettes in eclectic style and tips for decorating with colors and textures appropriate for the season in this round up of my favorite fall posts.
I teamed up with a sponsor to share rental decorating tips on when to splurge and when to save when furnishing and decorating a temporary abode.
You can find more halloween and fall posts HERE.
My coastal blogger friends and I are still hosting an instagram challenge. Each month we’ll be sharing our favorite coastal style projects in a given them and we want to see yours as well!! Look for #CreativeCoastalChallenge on instagram to play along!
In other news, we had three different shipments come to our house. One from long term storage and two from Japan. Our last shipment arrived last Thursday and we had it unpacked by Friday evening and 90% of it set up (decorated) by Sunday night. Now my husband and I are getting ready for halloween! So be on the look out for new house pictures and fun halloween decorations to wrap up the rest of the month.
Things are finally starting to normalize and it feels good! What have you been up to? Leave me a comment and let’s chat.