Halloween is just around the corner! Boyo boy the year is just flying by! This means we get to have some fun making some easy craft to decorate with. Also, it’s time for Movie Monday Challenge and this month we got to choose our own Halloween movie. Have you seen Witches of Eastwick? That was my choice and my inspiration for this super simple Halloween Witches Parking Enamel Plate Sign.
Halloween Witches Parking Enamel Plate Sign
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- Witches Parking Vinyl decal or if you have a Silhouette Cameo you can design your own Witches parking label or even stencil it on.
- Enamel Plate – I found this green enamel plate at my local thrift store but you could use a piece of scrap wood or a picture frame. The possibilities are endless.
If you’re using the Witches Parking Decal simply remove the backing paper. Centre the label onto your plate and apply. Use an old credit card to burnish removing any air bubbles.
If you’re using the stencil option using some Deco Art Americana Enamel paint allows you to stencil straight onto the plate without having to prime it.
And there you have a really simple fun Halloween project to make! If you’re after some more Halloween Projects you can find my 10 Minute Bat Twig Tree and Bat Trick or Treat Bag Toppers which are also easy to make.
Don’t forget to check out below some more Halloween Movie Inspired projects from my blogging pals below.
On the last Monday of each month, a group of bloggers participate in a #MovieMondayChallenge, hosted by C’mon Get Crafty! We decide on a topic, genre, or specific movie to use for inspiration and everyone gets free reign to create something wonderful!
This month’s challenge was. . . . HALLOWEEN!!!! Everyone was allowed to choose their own favourite Halloween-themed film for this challenge.
Now let’s see what everyone else was inspired to create for this month’s #MovieMondayChallenge!! If you’d like to join our Facebook group, you can request an invite here.
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Sam, I absolutely love this!! Such a great Halloween idea!!
Thank you,, Michelle!
I have always loved this saying and it is so cute on this enamel tray. The decal would be so easy and fast for everyone to make. Super cute!
Thank you Michelle! Sometimes is nice to be able to make a quick and easy project don’t you think?
Thank you for hosting this spooktacular party! I get so much inspiration here. Enjoy your week!
I finally saw Witches of Eastwick this year, so I love this! Great Halloween decor!!
Thank you so much Megan!
I don’t think I’ve seen Witches of Eastwick, but will watch for it this Halloween season. This is such a cute idea.
I hope you enjoy the movie Emily!
What a fun Halloween saying and cute plate! It looks perfect displayed with your pumpkins.
So glad you think so Rebecca! Let’s hope it’s a hit with the kiddies!!
I love this saying for Halloween. You whole porch is cute.
Thank you, Leanna!
This is such a fun project, Sam. Made me smile.
I love to hear that my project made you smile Amalia!!! Your sweet comment has made me smile!! xx
That is so fun Sam! Good thinking
Glad you like it Deborah!
This is so adorable Sam and I love your front porch decor.
Thank you Denise!
Your porch is so much fun and just spooky cute!! Love it all, my girls would not leave it, lol!
LOL!!! I would keep them too!! They are just so sweet!! Thank you Katrin!
Nice addition to your porch, love how easy it is to accomplish this craft.
Sure is easy Kelley and fun to do!
Sam, your porch is so cute. It makes me want to go out and work on my porch.
Have fun, Sherry! Can’t wait to see what you do!
ahhh this is so festive and fun!!
Thank you Yuni!
Love the use of the enamel plate. The entire vignette is really cute!
Thank you so much, Lydia!! I just love Halloween!!
Such an adorable porch! I loved your old home, your porches color was fabulous!
Yes, I do too!! But hey onwards and upwards!