Introduction: Halloween Character Decorations DIY
This may just be the EASIEST project yet - and anyone can do it as long as you have access to some 4x4 pieces of wood - or you could technically paint on nearly any object.
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Step 1: Cut the Pieces
The cuts here are completely random and to your choosing.
I made my Frankenstein the tallest because he's a monster and just used the lengths for the other pieces that I had scraps of.
The only other cut needed is a stem for the pumpkin. In my case, I just cut a 2x2 to about 1" thick.
Step 2: Paint the Pumpkin
Then it's time to paint away.
I began by painting the pumpkin with some orange spray paint. Once I had a couple of coats, I penciled in the faces and painted those black.
I painted the little 2x2 stem a brownish color.
Step 3: Paint Frankenstein
Next up was Frankenstein - this took a little more detail.
I didn't buy an entire can of green spray paint just for this guy, so I purchased a little tube of green puke paint.
For the hair and white - I used cabinet paint and wall paint. Pretty much everything here is made from recycled material except for the green.
Step 4: Paint the Ghost
The last one I went to is the ghost which ended up being my favorite.
I just brushed on some white wall paint from my house.
Step 5: Finishing Touches
And lastly, glue on the stem for the pumpkin and then spray a clear coat across all surfaces of these characters, even the bottom.
I will be placing my decorations outside so that is why I want them heavily protected.
These are all done now and look beautiful - I really have no Halloween decorations except for handmade stuff so this was a great addition.
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