Yesterday, I finally got the chance to decorate our Little Free Library for Halloween. The idea of putting themed holiday books in the LFL struck me a while ago, and then I decided I wanted to do one better and also decorate it. Enter–some fake cobwebs and little spider rings.
We don’t have many holiday decorations, since my husband is a bit of a general grinch about seasonal decor, and I still have the amount that was appropriate back when I was living in small studio apartments. So, it was fun to realize I could pretty easily use the LFL as a space to add some holiday vibes to our yard.
I dressed the LFL up and am pretty pleased with the result! Then, I popped in some witchy books I read last year.
The library is pretty full right now, as people have been using it to drop off a number of books. I’m dubious if anyone will ever take some of them, as they’re all pretty old, but to each their own!
Shortly after I dressed up the library, I noticed someone stopping by to peruse. I always love seeing people engaging with the library, especially when I’ve recently done a new book drop.
Do you enjoy decorating your living space for different holidays?
9 thoughts on “Little Free Library Update: Spooky Edition”
Oh, this is amazing! I wish I lived near your Little Free Library. Yes we love decorating and seeing everywhere decorated xxx
What a fantastic thing to do. The little library looks fab and I love the idea of it, sharing the books. x
Thank you! They’re pretty common in my area, and a ton of fun to see!
I love it! I put a wreathe on my door for various holidays, but I go all out decorating for Christmas. I do it right after Remembrance Day, November 11.
Wonderful! I have a lot of holiday wreaths as well
Your little library is so cute. I don’t do much decorating for Halloween, but I’ll do some for Christmas.
We have one near us and I love having a nose. Yours looks great all dressed up!
This is the cutest Little Free Library I’ve ever seen. Plus, the books look like great choices as well.
Thank you! I’m really proud of how it turned out 🙂