❤ In Denver, CO.
❤ In Denver, Colorado.
Trick or Treat! It's almost Halloween and if you haven't decorated yet, I am going to give you 3 last minute decorating ideas using our Trick or Treat stencils.
This project only took me about 2 hours for such a cool looking sign in the end. I used the Bat & Crow Halloween Stencil to create this look. I glued two boards together, stenciled my design with a marker, stained my piece and then began to engrave. I use my Rotary tool to engrave my wood signs and you can find more videos on the process on my Instagram!
You only need 3 things to create this sign: The Vintage Trick Or Treat Stencil, black spray paint, and a blank metal sign. I linked where you can get each item to make it even easier. This project approximately took me about 15 minutes with little to no mess!
I created these adorable candy corns out of just scrap wood! I just cut them into triangle shapes and sanded the edges and corners down until they were rounded off. I painted them white orange and yellow, sanded them a little more for a rustic effect, and then went in with my trick or treat stencil. Simple as that!
Head over to my Instagram to see my most recent projects and follow along my DIY journey!
Christina Leone | Artist & Craft Blogger | Stencil Me Pretty