Sunday, October 2, 2011

Halloween Plaques


On Friday evening, the youngest Red Coucher insisted on doing a craft RIGHT NOW!  Zoulah, being the kind, patient, and loving house witch that she is, hosted a craft night for the Red Couch girls.  It's made with simple stuff we had around our home.  Did I tell you?  She is also a thrifty witch.  We put them on our Halloween tree -- Zoulah will show you that later.


These little plaques were for the spring and were discounted in the fall for twenty-nine cents each.


Zoulah's directions:

1.  Paint over the herb signs with black, or your choice of paint, paint.  Let dry.
2.  Find a decoration and modge podge it on.
3.  Apply another thin coat of Modge Podge.  Let dry.
4.  Tie on a piece of cute ribbon or tulle.
5.  If you want to use glitter.  When the Modge Podge is still wet, press on a coating of glitter.  Let dry and then put on your decoration and apply a thin layer to the plaque and let dry.

Talley (10 years) made the one with the spider.  Tati (15 years) made the one with the cat.  I (29 years :)made the one with the pumpkin.


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10 comments:

Jacqueline said...

Oh Joni, you were such a child bride! Ha Ha! Really cute Halloween craft. Love that the couch girls got into the fun and demanded a craft! These will be fun all over the house.

Sue said...

What a fun mom you are, and so young too! :) Love all the different designs. Great job, girls!

Happier Than a Pig in Mud said...

They look great Joni, love the glitter! It's fun when the kids want to do crafts, kids of all ages:@)

Diane Hodrick said...

Those are super cute....I absolutely love the glittered elements. What fun projects for you and the kiddos. Can't wait to see them on your halloween tree!
Diane

Joycee said...

You are passing along the creative gene that your family is so blessed with! Fun project and cute plaques!

lisa said...

Super cute and your young red couchers did a great job!
Lisa

Cathy at Wives with Knives said...

What a fun Halloween project. I'm sending this to my daughter because the gkids would love it. Who doesn' like glue and glitter!

Debbie said...

Thrifty Witch
Thrifty Witch
Thrifty Witch

Try saying that three times fast.

I really love Zoulah's project. I love to mod podge so it's right up the old alley.

The Tablescaper said...

One of these days you should link to Seasonal Sundays. Your craft is right on target. I doesn't have to be a craft. You and Zoulah have so much going on.

- The Tablescaper

abeachcottage said...

What a really cute project!

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