BOO! Were you scared? :) This super cute Halloween Door Hanging is a perfect little project to make your home a spooky space for Halloween! This BOO Halloween Sign works great on your door or hanging inside your home on the wall!
I love the Halloween decorations that are pre-made but sometimes you want to just get some craft supplies out and make something of your own! l
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Boo Halloween Sign Supplies:
- (2) 7” Circle Plaques
- “B” Wooden Letter
- White Paint
- Chalkboard Paint
- 1″ Orange Ribbon
- White 1/4” ribbon
- Black 1/4” ribbon
- Green Scrapbooking paper
- Black Scrapbooking paper
- Red Pen
- White Chalk
- 1/4” drill bit & Power Drill
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How to Make a Halloween Door Hanging
Time needed: 45 minutes.
Convert a few basic craft supplies into a cute Halloween BOO Door Hanging Sign! Perfect for indoor or outdoor use!
- Drill holes in the Wooden Circles
Using a 1/4″ drill bit, drill holes into your wooden circle plaques. One plaque, drill a hole both in top and bottom. On the 2nd plaque, drill a hole only on one side.
Paint the circles with white acrylic paint, and paint the wooden B with the chalkboard paint. Let dry.
- Assemble the Eyeballs
Using the white 1/4″ ribbon, attach the two circle plaques together by tying them together. Trim any excess ribbon.
- Add Pupils to Eyeballs
Cut circles of green and black paper and glue to the white plaque. I used sparkly green paper just to give it some fun!
- Add Bloodshot Blood Vessels
Using a red pen, I added some bloodshot vein lines to my eyeballs.
- Draw the spiderweb on the B
Using chalk, draw a spiderweb. I ran the chalk over the B and erased and then drew the spiderweb to give it a spooky look!
- Attach B to the OO
Attach the wooden B to the top eyeball using 1/4″ black ribbon. Trim the excess.
- Tie a Ribbon for Hanging
Lastly, Tie a ribbon loop and bow for hanging.
Now you can hang on your front door, outside porch or inside your home!
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