Halloween Project–What? There are still a few days left!

Trick or treat blocks craft
So, I know I’m a little late in posting idea for Halloween decor. That’s because I’m a little late in decorating for Halloween. Between the big birthday party, miracle worker week projects, and getting Halloween costumes together. This kind of stuff has gotten pushed way down on my list.

In fact, the only reason these got done is that my friend Shellie orchestrated the project and brought me the materials. All I had to do was paint/sand the blocks and apply the vinyl letters (I actually let my kids do the painting). It was too easy–so I made mine a little more difficult. I used Halloween scrapbook paper, tore it to size (much easier than cutting) and modge-podged it to the blocks before applying the letters.


Kind of fun for a different look! I did goof, however. The little candlestick thing was supposed to go under the bottom “E”, but I think I used the wrong block for the “E” and it didn’t fit. I like it under the “K” but now I need to find a fuzzy spider or something, to sit on the “E.”

Happy trick or treating!

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Comments

  1. A fuzzy spider or something would be perfect, but it looks great! I didn’t even notice that until you pointed it out 🙂

    I still haven’t even gotten pumpkins yet :blush:

  2. misspro312 says:

    I saw your blog on Today’s Creative blog! You are so crafty and original!!

  3. DV- Rebecca L. says:

    Super cute! I love the scrapbook paper behind it

  4. Rambling Girl says:

    These are just cool as can be! I like the torn look better.

  5. Amy from Texas says:

    Luv these!

  6. VintageChicChick says:

    I found your blog through Tip Junkie… you have the cutest kids and I love your creative blog! So many great ideas!

  7. The Arthur Clan says:

    Just hopped over here from Living Locurto and have to say that this is beautiful! You did a wonderful job. 🙂

  8. so cute! Congrats on being spotlighted on todays creative blog! Love your blog!

  9. Makalani Adolpho, PLC says:

    Thanks for linking up all your halloween inspirations at Makaz Home.

    ~Makalani
    http://www.MakazHome.com

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