Sunday, October 10, 2010

Another Mini Halloween Tombstone Project

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Hey, Halloweenies! Did you see the first Garden Edging Turned Mini Halloween Tombstone project? I'm back with a second Halloween project for that wooden garden edging I found at a garage sale over a year ago. 

 

MINI HALLOWEEN TOMBSTONE
WITH CANDLELIGHT

SUPPLIES

STEP 1: Cut apart the wires connecting the garden edging using a wire cutter.
I used the one built into my needle nose pliers.

STEP 2: Distress the piece using the Norton Sanding Bug from Rockler.

STEP 3: Place the "Trick or Treat" frame stencil from DecoArt on the wood.
Use the Rockler  foam brush to dob on the DecoArt shimmering silver paint.

STEP 4: While the paint is still wet, apply the PK Glitz "crystal" glitter.

STEP 5: Place the stencil and  paint the cat figure by dobbing it with the foam brush and soft black acrylic paint.

STEP 6: Let it dry.

STEP 7: Fill the bottom of a jar with black sand blasting material. Place the tombstone.
Add a tealight candle. Light the candle.


Wouldn't this be great by the front door to welcome your trick or treaters?

What do you do to welcome
your tick or treaters?



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10 comments:

  1. Those are awesome, and I have some of that garden edging! Thanks for the great idea.

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  2. Very cute idea. We live out in the woods and the kids in our area are all grown up so no trick or treaters. But still decorate a bit.
    Cathy

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  3. Creepy cute... they look fantastic! Why am I not surprised?

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  4. so cute... some how that doesn't seem the appropriate word!!??? great idea. ;)

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  5. What a great idea!!
    I have a shrouded 6 foot ghoul at the door as a greeter! Ha!! Spooky!
    Hugs
    SueAnn

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  6. Cute idea Amykins and the black sand...inspired!

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  7. My daughter would love those, she loves skeletons! Has a real on minus the head in her living room!
    Theresa

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  8. Oh this is so cute! Cute in a good creepy way. I wish we did Halloween here, this would be one of my projects to do for sure.

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  9. This is so cute -and I could do this with one of my driftwood pieces!!!

    Just came over here via Michelle's Emerald Cove Blog who featured you awesome barn door/closet.

    Maya @ Completely Coastal

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  10. How very artistic these are! This Halloween tombstone project is perfect for indoor or outdoor decorating and you make it look & sound easy enough for anybody to do!
    Thanks for sharing your talents!
    Yours, Headstone13 from www.halloweentombstone.net

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