Wednesday, September 17, 2014
Halloween Yard Sign
(made with scrap wood)
Using some scrap wood my husband had lying around I came up with this fun yard sign. I talked him into cutting the wood slats down, then I painted them all up with acrylic paints and sprayed with glitter spray. Once he used the pinner/nail gun to attach the arrows I hot glued on a couple dollar store items to give it more character and stuck it out in the yard.
Saturday, September 13, 2014
Monday, September 8, 2014
Sunday, August 31, 2014
Spooky Frankenstein Paint Brush CraftStart off by letting the kids paint their paintbrushes with green paint. Once that is dry you can decorate the face however you want, we used black paint and wiggle eyes but you can also use a black sharpie if you want to. Once you have complete the face you can dip the bristles of your brush in black paint, make sure all of the bristles are covered in black (try to squish out any excess paint so the hairs will dry well). Once the hairs are dry they will stay hard and ridged. Last of all use a hot glue gun to attach your bolts.
Materials Used- Chip Brushes (house painting brush) I got mine from Quality Art at an extremely cheap price, Acrylic paints (green and black), wiggle eyes, glue gun and hot glue, paint brush to actually paint with, nuts or bolts and anything else you might want to add to your Frankenstein.