DIY Trick or Treat Halloween Sign

Welcome to October, I’m a little behind getting my house ready, and if I’m going to be honest, the thought of digging through decorations in the garage when the temps are tickling 100* is not my idea of a good time! So, rather than dig out old decorations, I decided to make a DIY Trick or Treat Halloween Sign!

I created this fun spider trick or treat SVG for my shop, use code GIGGLES to get it for just $1. My nephew has asked me to make him a trick or treat bag for him with this design. I’ve also made a few wooden block decorations with it for my house, and my mom and sister’s houses.
DIY Trick or Treat Vinyl Sign

You just need a few supplies and a couple of hours and you’ll have your own Trick or Treat Halloween sign!

{1} 2×6 board cut to 5.5” long (this will give you a rough square)
Sander
Paint and paint brush
Cutting machine {I use a Cricut}
EasyPress or Iron
 
Cut the board to size and sand any rough edges. Dry brush the paint on the board. {I did my blocks front and back so I could add another design to the back after Halloween} Once the paint dries, sand the edges to distress.
While the paint dries, purchase the SVG file and upload to Cricut Design Space. Size it to fit your block. I wanted the spider webs to stop at the corners of the block, so I created a box in Design Space and sliced the design. Next, I sent the newly sliced design to cut. {Don’t forget to mirror the cut, and apply the iron on shiny side down}
Cricut Trick or Treat Saying Criciut Halloween Design
Weed the excess vinyl and apply to the painted block. Set the EasyPress to 350* and 30 seconds, press the design onto the block. Remove the transfer sheet and enjoy!
Cricut Trick or Treat Vinyl Sign
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