These fun Halloween Candy Bar Wrappers are the perfect addition to your Halloween Candy for a class party or fun handout! Just download, print and wrap around mini candy bars!
These Harry Potter Potions make the perfect decoration for any Harry Potter party or Halloween decoration. Print these Free Printable Harry Potter Potion Bottle Labels and follow the instructions below to create your own HP Potion collection!
This Easy Pumpkin Dump Cake is the perfect Fall treat! The flavor and texture is perfection and my kids can’t get enough of this Gooey Pumpkin Cake! It’s quickly turned into a family favorite!
This kids Halloween I Spy Printable Game is such a fun activity for kids during the Halloween season! It’s also perfect for a Kids Halloween Classroom party!
Today I am sharing how to cook pumpkin seeds, along with 4 fun flavors! My husband LOVES Pumpkin Seeds and Pine Nuts in the fall, so I was pretty much forced to learn tons of ways to make them! We started dating at the beginning of a Fall and it’s seriously one of my main memories – him eating Pumpkin Seeds and Pine Nuts! And now our whole family loves them!
Today we have a fun Halloween Printable. Of course I made a Harry Potter Version too!
This print can easily be framed, but you can also step it up some and create an awesome front door hanger!
In order to do that I needed to make it weather/waterproof. I used the Harry Potter Version for my front door.
I bought a piece of wood that was slightly larger than my print.
I stained my wood with Minwax Dark Walnut stain. After it dried, I sprayed it with a light coat of Shellac to make sure none of the stain could bleed through onto my paper. Next you will need Mod Podge in Matte and an old paint brush.
I printed my print and trimmed the white edges off. It is best to take an ink pad and rub it along the edges. It really ensures the whole thing looks old and aged.
Spread an even layer of Mod Podge over your wood. It can be bigger than the print, because it dries clear, so it won’t matter.
Lay the print down and press it flat. Let it dry over night to make sure it doesn’t bubble up. When the excess on the top was dry enough I placed a piece of foil over it for added protection. Then placed some heavy flat objects on the top.
In the morning I added a thin layer of Mod Podge over the top.
I suggest doing a 2nd coat of Mod Podge after the 1st coat has completely dried! After the second coat dries completely, spray it with Shellac to give it extra protection. After the Shellac dried it was as simple as drilling some holes and stringing burlap through it.
It really boosts the front door appeal and turns a boring wreath into a statement!
Download the signs by clicking the file below! The ZIP file contains both printables for you to choose from!
As a reminder these printables are for personal use only.
* This post was originally published in Sept 2014 and has been updated with more detailed step-by-step instructions.
If you love this DIY and Printable Sign, then don’t forget to pin the image below!