Halloween Lanterns, T-shirts, and Door Signs, Oh My!
Happy first day of Fall! Renae from Real Home Renae shows you how she used our BRAND NEW Going Batty Mesh Stencil to create Halloween crafts for all ages. From an etched Halloween lantern, t-shirts, and more - pick your favorite and get crafting.
Scroll below to see how we made the cutest Happy Halloween Sign!
Happy Halloween Door Hanger
- Going Batty Stencil
- Clean Slate
- Zinc Antiquing Solution
- ChalkArt - I Reckon
- ChalkArt - Orange You Cute
- ChalkArt - Preaching to the Choir
- Rubber Gloves
- Lint-free Cloths
- Before you begin, put on your rubber gloves. Use a lint-free cloth saturated in clean slate to wipe down your tin door sign. Dry with another cloth and let stand for 5 minutes.
- With a new lint-free cloth, blot the sheet metal with the zinc solution. Make sure to saturate your metal. Repeat until desired affect is reached. Let dry thoroughly. Wipe down the sheet of metal to remove any debris.
- Use scissors to cut your stencil into pieces.
- Apply stencil pieces, sticky side down, in a collage on your surface.
- Using a squeegee, apply ChalkArt to your surface.
- Remove Stencil pieces and hand your piece on your door!
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