I can’t believe it’s Halloween next week! I still need to get my 3 year old a costume… looks like I’ll be hitting up a thrift store! My older sister hosted a quick church craft night and used my vinyl to create this easy Halloween sign.
These are a breeze to whip up, especially if you have a vinyl cutter. We’ve shown the stencil method several times on our blog, but here’s another quick rundown.
1: Supplies: wood, vinyl, paint brush and acrylic paint. 2: Paint sign white. 3: Apply vinyl lettering, making sure it’s even. 4: Peel off and paint inside the vinyl with black acrylic. Distress edges with sandpaper and fill in any splotches the vinyl caused.
Easy peasy. It’s a great addition to my Halloween mantle. I especially love this sign paired with this funky pumpkin head on a moon statue from Rod Works. I shopped there yesterday and took advantage of their 40% off Halloween clearance, whoot!
Note to AZ locals: Rod Works is having an upcoming Christmas open house, Nov 1-3 which includes 25% off 1 item, 20% off all frames, 20% off all clocks, 20% off wax melters and wax. Subscribe to their Facebook page to keep up with their monthly sales!