Get your spook on! Catchy, huh?
Here is an easy idea to give your ho-hum boring everyday house a little haunted style. Replace the pictures in your picture frames with Halloween images or other spooky feeling images. Granted, silhouettes aren't the spookiest of things but they did add to the over all feel we were going for last Halloween. I found these Victorian silhouette dingbats (dingbat - name for a font that is pictures/images and not letters or numbers) at Font Space. I also useDa Font. Just type in Halloween in their search engine and see what comes up. For the dingbats you might need to go specifically to that category before searching Halloween.
Can't find a dingbat you like? Try spelling out words in your frames using a cool Halloween font. I could use my four frames to spell help, boo!, eeek, fear - you get the idea.
My second idea for the day (yes, you get two ideas - what a bargain) is...Good Will and black spray paint are your friend. Hit up your local Good Will or a similar store and find frames, candelabras, light fixtures, clocks, anything you like really and get some black spray paint on it - instant haunted house decor or in my case year round decor since the frames pictured below that were last years Halloween decorations are still up. In case anyone is wondering I did take down the black plastic tile "marble" fireplace - I have to draw the line somewhere.
You would be amazed at what some spray paint can do. I found a cheap plastic clock at Big Lots for $8 last week that I plan to hit with black spray paint and change the face to a 13 hour clock. This will make a great haunted edition to my entryway.