I love this time of year -- all the holidays inspire me. So, enjoy my Halloween Mantel Decor including a quick, easy, and spooky DIY project you'll love!

Halloween Mantel Decor Orange, Black, And Purple

I love this time of year — all the holidays inspire me. So, enjoy my Halloween Mantel Decor including a quick, easy, and spooky DIY project you’ll love! #Halloween #HalloweenDecor #HalloweenCraft


Halloween Mantel Decor

Plus a Quick, Easy, and Spooky DIY Project


It’s my favorite time of year! I absolutely love this season of holidays. From the rich colors to the heavenly aromas, to the yummy foods, and wonderful family memories in the making, I find it all heartwarming.

So, I’m kicking off the last quarter of the year by sharing my Halloween Mantel Decor. I have to tell you, I am in love with how this mantel turned out. Thanks to Oriental Trading for providing some of the decor items, and to Luke who made my dreams come true with the Mantel Makeover last year.

And, bonus, this little viewing comes with a spooktacular DIY project that is fun and creepy.

So, let’s get started…


Halloween Mantel Decor

Since Halloween is possibly my favorite holiday, I wanted to have something fun and festive with a simple elegance. And, I decided to stick with the traditional colors of orange and black with an added splash of purple.

The Black Metal Lanterns (above) are so pretty and how cute are they filled with candy corn? A variety of mini pumpkins on multi-level candle holders and lacy tin buckets in orange and black, and a glittery black cat to add some sparkle. Don’t you love the way the Halloween Mantel Decor turned out?

Black cats and pumpkins inspired me to make a printable for my mantel frame using a quote (source unknown) that I have loved for years.

“When Black Cats prowl and Pumpkins gleam,
May luck be yours on Halloween.”

Now, check out this Spider Web Candelabra! Isn’t it adorable? With all the spiders crawling on the candelabra, I knew I wanted to have some spidery candles. So, I decided to makeover some old candles that I had stored away — you know those ones you’ve used but there is a lot of candle leftover, and you know you’ll use them again sometime but you never do. Here is your chance!

DIY Spider Candles for Halloween

What You’ll Need:

  • Grab your used candles (or new ones if you must — LOL)
  • A Permanent Marker ( I used black for the white candles and silver for the purple candles)

How To:

  1. Draw a spider web at the flame tip of the candle.
  2. Draw a squiggly line down the candle and draw a black dot at the end. The black dot is your spider body.
  3. Add eight legs to your spider body.
  4. Create the look you want by adding more webs and/or spiders.

NOTE – For Halloween, using the old, perhaps discolored, candles make for a perfect creepy look. I had one that had a lot of candle wax dripped down the side, awesome. Also, with Halloween, you do not need to have your candles standing perfectly straight. So, if they teeter a bit in the candle holder or have a little curve to them makes it all the more spooky and eerie.

I hung my Halloween wreath above the mantel. It’s a piece I’ve had for years and is always fun to unearth each year.

Then, tying all the decor together is the amazing black Gauze Garland String Lights with purple bulbs — love it!

I draped the lights over and under the fireplace mantel and hung my Happy Halloween sign from the hidden hook beneath my mantel. It provided the perfect spooky touch to finish off my Halloween Mantel Decor.

I hope you have enjoyed this peek into my Halloween Mantel Decor, and wish you a spooky and fun Halloween!

Be sure to check out Oriental Trading for all your Halloween shopping.







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34 thoughts on “Halloween Mantel Decor Orange, Black, And Purple”

  1. These are great! They’re appropriate for both adult and kid Halloween parties. I think I want to organize one this year just so we can decorate!

  2. I love all of the black and purple – and cats! Also, candy corn is one of my favorite parts of fall. I think it’s great how you decorated with it!

  3. That is so cute! I kind of miss having a mantle, but our wood stove works so much better. Might have to borrow this idea for some shelves, instead. 🙂

  4. Oh I also love Halloween but never attended any(from India). I love these decor items, they look really awesome at the mantelpiece. Looking forward for more pictures from you on Halloween!!

  5. I miss having a mantel to decorate, they are the best during the holiday season. You really can get so festive with your mantel, these are some awesome options.

  6. Love this idea! My mom usually goes all out for Halloween (Xmas too). I’ll have to show her this post to give her more ideas. Decorating for the Holidays is always fun! Love what you’ve done with your mantel ; )

  7. I went to two stores today while running errands and was so excited to see all of the Halloween decor! I definitely love the pieces you used to create your spooky fun mantel space!

  8. I am a Halloween fan and that mantel and the decor is so cool. Love the black cat so playful and the lanterns filed with candy corn such a great idea. Cannot wait to party!

  9. The lanterns look so cute and perfect for the Halloween season filled with candy corns. Great idea for an easy decoration! The black cat quote is fun, too. I have never heard it before but I like it a lot!
    Stopping by from the #HomeMattersParty linky. Have a great week!

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