It’s nearly the end of September, so I can start decorating for Halloween now without getting the side-eye from my friends and family.
I truly love to make a lot of my holiday decorations, and this DIY Halloween sign is no exception. Halloween decorations are super easy to make with just a few tools and a few minutes of time.
Make your own Halloween Decorations
This SVG is perfect for small or large Halloween signs! And, with my trick, anyone can make a professional sign.
You can download the SVG below
Halloween Sign Supplies
To make either of these Halloween projects, you will need a few minutes to work and a couple of supplies! (And if you are like me, you probably have all the supplies you need at home already)
DIY Sign Supply List
Iron-On Protective Sheet (Cricut.com)
Paint and Paint Brush
Lightly paint the wood blank and allow to dry.
Download the SVG.
Once your cut file is sized to fit your sign, send it to cut. Don’t forget to mirror your cut and place the Iron On on the mat shiny side down.
After your Iron On is cut, weed the excess vinyl.
Press the Iron On onto the wood sign for 20-40 seconds, depending on the wood type and thickness. Then, remove the Iron On carrier sheet.
Enjoy your awesome new Halloween decoration, or give it to a friend!
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You could say my blogging journey is a little bit Erin Brockovich, a whole lot creative mom.
Life took a crazy turn with the birth of my third child, who had so many health issues we weren’t sure if he’d live. Eventually he and his younger brother were both diagnosed with an auto-immune disorder that mimics disease found in Asian children exposed to Agent Orange. We believe ground water tainted by a chemical testing facility near our home is likely to blame.
I wasn’t about to let health challenges get in the way of CELEBRATING life with my children and started planning fairly elaborate, themed events in the security of my home. Today I am an established party blogger looking to partner with brands on budget-friendly, DIY home celebrations.
Jessica’s work has been featured on such notable party blogs and magazines such as Catch My Party, Hostess With The Mostess, Bird’s Party Magazine, Amy Atlas, lilsugar, and Spaceships and Laserbeams.
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