Hanging these Halloween wall murals for Cityline’s Halloween show was slightly traumatic for me.
Am I being dramatic? Possibly. But put on a horror flick and watch me curl up into a ball on the couch and you’ll understand what I mean.
Sure, the scary den mural was OK.
But the bird mural? Ahhhhh! Freak. Me. OUT!
See my Halloween Wall Murals on Cityline!
Watch Leigh-Ann Allaire Perrault as she explains the concept behind my first of the Halloween Wall Murals – a spooky den themed wallpaper.
And then catch a glimpse of my eerie bird mural behind Tracy Moore and see the set fully decorated.
The Halloween wall murals…totally custom
These Halloween wall murals were a custom wallpaper I created for Cityline.
It can be hard to see all the detail on TV, so here’s a closeup of the original artwork the producer found on a stock image website (like iStock or Shutterstock).
If you’re looking to have a custom wallpaper printed, the stock images that look the best have lots of texture in them because it hides the seams better.
They are also at least 6000 pixels by 4000 pixels (the more pixels, the clearer the image will look when it’s printed large scale).
They’re super easy to hang
I always hang my wallpaper murals for Cityline when I work with them (yes, that’s me in the overalls!), but they’re so easy to hang most of my customers DIY it.
I even made a How-To Hang Video to help you guys out!
AND they’re removable
If you’re thinking of putting up Halloween wall murals, chances are you won’t be leaving them up long term.
The good news is that my wallpaper murals are removable, because let’s face it…who wants to be married to a look forever?
Don’t believe me? Check out my How-To Remove Video!
The peeps at Cityline love it because after taping a show, they need to remove the wallpaper to create a whole new set for the next show.
Removable wallpaper is a must for them.
Behind the scenes pics of my Halloween wall murals
Thought I’d share a few behind the scenes pics of my Halloween wall murals in action!
The theme of this episode was Alfred Hitchcock a la “The Birds.” Check out Tracy Moore and Carson Arthur all dressed up in front of my scary den mural.
Here’s one of Tracy Moore with Randy Feltis in front of the bird mural.
And a few of the studio at Cityline with my Halloween wall murals.
What’d ya think?
Do you love the Halloween wall murals? Would you have chosen a different background?
Lemme know in the comments below or comment on my Facebook or Instagram posts because I LOVE to hear your opinions!
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