First thing is first, this post should really be named, “I Hate Glitter”. It’s hard to tell in the photos, but I sprinkled glitter on my Boo sign and it is now all over my entire house. It’s ridiculous. Now, onto the real point of the post: I love to craft. Finding time to craft is a whole different story, but when I get in crafting mode it’s on. Just you wait until Christmas time and the 12 days of Christmas Crafts…it gets crazy around these parts! Today’s craft is one that I have actually had the supplies for for about 3 years. Yes, I know…thats a long time but it’s true. I bought these cardboard cut out letters that say BOO at Hobby Lobby 3 years ago. I found them in a box when I was going through my craft room supplies and I kept them out specifically with the intention of making them into a pretty sign this year. It HAD to happen. Well, luckily it did and it was super easy to make too. I think my sign turned out amazingly!
- BOO Cardboard Letters
- Halloween scrapbook paper
- Polyurethane Spray or Modpodge
- Sparkles and other Halloween accents
- Lay your scrapbook paper down on the table and trace your letters on it with a pencil.
- Cut out the letters and glue them on to the cardboard letters.
- Decorate with any fun Halloween-y scrapbook items you have lying around.
- Spray with Polyurethane spray or brush on your modpodge.
- Tie the letters together with your ribbon, tying the ribbon together in the back so that you can’t see the knot. (You can use a stapler too.)
Tie a big bow at the top of the B leaving a little room to use as a hanger.
Hang on your door or wall as the cutest Halloween decoration you could ever want!
Ah love it! You’re so crafty This would be perfect on my front door!
Thanks, Tori! Its was so easy to make! You should do it this weekend and put it on your door!
Cute! I’d totally make a “JOY” or NOEL for Christmas out of these.
Definitely! That would be so cute! Love it!
This is so cute and seems so simple! I love it!
It is simple and there are very few things needed to make it!
I love those spiders! I used them on my Switch Witch basket
This is a very quick and cute decoration!! Thanks for sharing.
Thanks for stopping by! These spiders are all over my door too:)
I love this DIY wreath! I like how it hangs down instead of circular think most wreaths! Very unique <3
That’s what I liked about it too! It’s different:)
I love how cute this is and how fast it comes together! I buy supplies and then rediscover them all the time!
Haha, it’s one of my biggest crafting faults! I need to learn to use things when I buy them!
Love this! Looks so cute and so easy! I’m going to try to make it this weekend!
You should! It was so easy and cheap!
How cute! I’m going to try this over the weekend! 😀
You should! It was so easy!
So easy to do and really cute, would be perfect on my office door.
It would be! It was super easy, definitely under an hour.
I think you did a fabulous job with the wreath. I think any good crafter has a house full of glitter
Thanks! And I agree….glitter should be everywhere in a crafting household!
I LOVE this!! Love it so much that I might go out this weekend to get the stuff to make it
You should! Haha! It was fun:)
Wow it looks really good
Looks amazing! Makes me want to try and find craft supplies here in Thailand. I’ve already passed this link on to a few people I know would love to make this too!
Thanks, Carolann! I appreciate it!
This is gorgeous and looks super expensive as though it’s been bought. Very polished for a DIY!
I’m looking forward to getting home and seeing how my sister has decorated for Halloween!
Thanks, it was so easy too!
This is so cute! I’ve had something similar on my to do list for awhile.
This is really adorable and festive. That little spider is a nice touch.
This is SO cute & Pinterest worthy! I love creatives who can make the most beautiful things look super easy!