Halloween is such a fun time to decorate for. Each year it gets more and more popular here in Australia and we just love how our whole neighbourhood come together to celebrate it. Today I’m sharing How To Make An Easy Halloween Witches Co Sign.
How To Make An Easy Halloween Witches Co Sign
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In case you missed my other Halloween post I shared how to make some fun treat bags for your trick or treaters. And you can find some other fun projects here:
- Spooky Halloween Thrifted Plate Decorations
- Halloween Cupcake Cups Mini Ghost Treats
- Halloween Mouse Silhouette Decorations
- Creepy Halloween Jute Spider Web Frames
- Halloween Pumpkin Spider Ghost Raven Paddles
- Black Frame or if you can’t find one use an wooden frame and paint in in Fusion Mineral Paint – Coal Black
- Witched Co Decal or Halloween Stickers from the Dollar Store
- Paper towel
- E6000 Glue
- Saw tooth hanger
- 120 grit sandpaper
Step 1 – Remove the glass from the frame and clean both sides of the glass with windex and paper towel. Run a thin line of E600 Glue around the insert of the frame. Pop the glass back in. Be careful not to use to much glue because it will seep through on the front of the glass. If it does quickly use some rubbing alcohol to remove it before it dries. Distress the frame around the edges lightly.
Step 2 – Using your scraper push firmly over the Witches Co Decal. Then peel off the backing paper so that the design is on the transfer tape.
Step 3 – Line up your design onto the glass of of your frame and apply. Go over the design with your scraper to make sure that the design has stuck to the glass.
Step 4 – Gently pull the transfer tape off. Once all removed run your scraper over the design to make sure everything is stuck. Pull out the little black pieces that hold the backing in and pop your saw tooth hanger for ease of hanging.
And your all done! Now your frame is all ready for you to hang. I’d hoped to get some more Halloween projects made but time just hasn’t been on my side.