It’s that time of year to decorate your home with all things spooky for Halloween! It is such a fun season to be creative and have fun with decorating. One of my favorite things to decorate for any holiday is the hood above our stove. This year, I had a great idea on how to decorate a stove hood for Halloween and I cannot wait to share it with you!
Here is the hood before I decorated it. It’s always fun to start with a blank slate. Usually, I will hang a festive wreath for the holidays, but this year I decided to get a little more creative.
I already had an idea of how I wanted to decorate the hood, so I went on a hunt for exactly what I needed. I found these spiders at Walmart for less than two dollars and new the black and gray would be perfect against the white hood.
Next, I found this spider web at Dollar Tree and for less than three dollars I had everything I needed! Y’all know I love to decorate on a budget.
This mounting putty is my go to for hanging stuff on walls and cabinets when I do not want them to be damaged. I knew it was perfect for this project because you can tear it to whatever size is needed.
I tore off small pieces of the putty and put them on the spider legs, so they would stick to the hood. There was already a command hook on the hood for me to hang the spider web on.
What do you think? I love how it turned out! It is festive and adds a little bit of spooky to our kitchen. This is a simple project you can do anywhere. It would even be fun to do on a mirror, or front door. This is such a fun time of year to be creative and go all out. I hope this inspired you!