Creepy printable art decor

Spooky Halloween art decor (free!)
For our Halloween party (see more details here), we wanted our decor to feel one part Haunted House and one part 17th century Dutch Baroque. Ashley came up with the idea to print off some large scale engineering prints off at the local printer (we love Printmark–old Cougar Copy–here in Provo but Staples also works!) that run about $5 each. We simply printed them off and hung them up! You could even place them in some fancy gold frames.
Spooky Halloween art decor (free!)
Spooky Halloween art decor (free!)
Check out the full instructions and how to get the art prints below.

photography by Alpha Smoot
crafting by Ashley Isenhour
styling by Sarah Winward and Brittany Jepsen
art directed by Brittany Jepsen

Creepy Portrait Posters

Step 1: Go to Rijksmuseum and create an account.
Step 2: Type “portraits” into the search bar. A “portraits” collection should pop up under the search bar. Click it.
Step 3: When you find a portrait creepy enough to fit your taste click on it. Go to the bottom right of the enlarged version and click on the scissor icon. Click “download this work”. 
Step 4: Save your file on a flash drive and take it to your local printer and ask them for an “engineer print”. Staples or FedEx should do the trick! They offer a few sizes ranging from $2-$8. 
Step 5: Hang! 

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