The countdown to Halloween is on! It's time to decorate your
front porch and lawn with the best Halloween themed DIY projects.
If you haven't made a DIY project for Halloween yet, don't panic.
We have 7 ideas that you will fall in love with.
BOO! This sign is an easy and fun to make Halloween
decoration. It's perfect to add to your Halloween mantel display,
hang on a door, or prop on your front porch. Best part
is that you can use Solar-Lux in Jet Black to make the black
Spook up your front porch, walkway, foyer or any dark corner
with this rustic project. The best part about it is that it's made
out of a old wood pallet! Talk about repurposing! To really get
that rustic feel with the grain, use Blendal Sticks and Brush Tip Graining Markers.
These candy corns are the perfect indoor decoration. We like how
you can create different shapes and sizes. The straw adds a very
rustic element, as does the paint. This project is screaming for Blendal Sticks.
Talk about unique! Imagine having this on your front porch?
Inside the eyes, you can put candy for all of the trick or
treaters. The colors are bright and bold thanks to
DayGlo's Screamin Fluorescent Paint. If neon isn't your thing,
you can give them a classic look with our Solar-Lux Dye Stains.
Your front porch is in dire need for these wood Jack O' Lanterns
and ghosts! You can easily make goblins and other scary creatures.
We love how you can customize their faces and make them super
goofy. All you need are a handful of Ultra Marks.
There's nothing better than using reclaimed wood for a project.
You can make them into any size you want. Use our Solar-Lux to splash these pumpkins with a
variety of natural wood colors.
No instructions for this one, but we couldn't resist the urge to
include it. How awesome is this? Whether you make this chair or
another wood finishing project, be creative and have fun with your
idea! But most importantly, make sure it's spooky!
There you have it! Make sure you frequently check in with us for
tons of awesome holiday themed DIY ideas and projects! What
Halloween projects are you making? Share your ideas and projects
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