Thursday, October 10, 2013

DIY Halloween Frame

Spider Theme Halloween Frame

Our little guy did a foot ghost painting last year at his drop in Center. It was kinda too late to frame it at the time and I kept the project on my "To Do List" for this year. So, here it is. The frame is a deep purple with some spider webs and spiders. The frame looks somewhat blue on the picture. It is an easy and quick FUN project.

Ghost foot Paint in a Spider Theme Frame
Time: an afternoon

Cost: $1.75 just for the frame (I already had the paint and props).

Think about buying Halloween related items when the holiday is over to get the best deals for your next year project. I know that I will be looking for googly eyes of different sizes to make another frame to display a picture of our little guy in his Bee costume from this year.

- a wooden frame
- acrylic paint
- glass (medium for acrylic paint)
- brushes
- small containers
- hot glue gun
- Halloween props



  1. Sand the wooden frame to have a nice smooth surface.
  2. apply 2 quotes of acrylic paint (purple). Let the paint dry between each quote. It should dry very quickly.
  3. Apply 1 quote of acrylic varnish and let it dry.
  4. Glue Halloween props of your choice on the frame using a hot glue gun.

Have a Spooky Halloween!!!!

Busy, Busy!!!

I am Back :-)

I cannot believe that it has been several months since my last post. The summer went on and before you realized it, it is now Fall! I have been busy baking, sewing, gardening and making some craft projects and taking pictures along the way to share it with you on the blog. I have several projects on my list that I will be sharing with you before the end of the year.

Baking: Madeleine, Bread, Sablée, Nutella ice cream, Nutella cookies

Sewing: Toddler Folding Chair Cover and Traveling Train Tracks

Crafts: Frame, Violin, construction theme bedroom on a budget and Frame mate

Laetitia :-)