Monday, October 15, 2012

Halloween Welcome Sign for a Front Porch 2012 Ideas from HGTV

This project is easy and inexpensive and certainly one in which the kids can help. We took a thrift-store frame, wrapped the inside with yarn and cotton to make it look like a spider web. Then spiders and a "Welcome" message were hung within the webbing.

Tools and Materials

scissors
hammer
black paint and a paintbrush
large wood frame
small wire nails
4 to 8 felt furniture pads
small toy spiders
white cotton spider webbing
yellow or orange yarn
black letters
picture hanging kit if not already attached to frame

Paint the Frame

Paint the frame black and let it dry.


Nail and Pad the Back

On the back of the frame, along the edge, hammer in the small wire nails. Insert the nails so only about a 1/4" is sticking out of the frame.
Place the felt pads on the back of the frame along the corners so the nails will not scratch the house or door.


String the Yarn

Wrap the yarn on the wires going back and forth across the frame in a random pattern. Tie off the yarn periodically.


Add Webbing

Behind the yarn, stretch out some of the white cotton material along the same nails.


Place Your Message

Place the letters in a random pattern onto the yarn, close enough together so you can read the word "Welcome". We used self-adhesive, store-bought letters, but you can print out your own message on sticky paper.


Add Spiders

Place the spiders along the front and tuck into the yarn and webbing.



2 comments:

Le Trung Thanh said...

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Thank for sharing

Thanh Le
My Blog: http://www.homedesign9.com/
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Monday, October 15, 2012

Halloween Welcome Sign for a Front Porch 2012 Ideas from HGTV

This project is easy and inexpensive and certainly one in which the kids can help. We took a thrift-store frame, wrapped the inside with yarn and cotton to make it look like a spider web. Then spiders and a "Welcome" message were hung within the webbing.

Tools and Materials

scissors
hammer
black paint and a paintbrush
large wood frame
small wire nails
4 to 8 felt furniture pads
small toy spiders
white cotton spider webbing
yellow or orange yarn
black letters
picture hanging kit if not already attached to frame

Paint the Frame

Paint the frame black and let it dry.


Nail and Pad the Back

On the back of the frame, along the edge, hammer in the small wire nails. Insert the nails so only about a 1/4" is sticking out of the frame.
Place the felt pads on the back of the frame along the corners so the nails will not scratch the house or door.


String the Yarn

Wrap the yarn on the wires going back and forth across the frame in a random pattern. Tie off the yarn periodically.


Add Webbing

Behind the yarn, stretch out some of the white cotton material along the same nails.


Place Your Message

Place the letters in a random pattern onto the yarn, close enough together so you can read the word "Welcome". We used self-adhesive, store-bought letters, but you can print out your own message on sticky paper.


Add Spiders

Place the spiders along the front and tuck into the yarn and webbing.



2 comments:

Le Trung Thanh said...

I much like your blog
Thank for sharing

Thanh Le
My Blog: http://www.homedesign9.com/
Interior Decorating, Home Design, Room Ideas

Lehiep Phu said...

noi that van phong, noi that gia dinh online 360 chuyen cung cap thong tin cac mat hang noi that dep cao cap

http://www.online360.vn/noi-that-van-phong.html


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Monday, October 15, 2012

Halloween Welcome Sign for a Front Porch 2012 Ideas from HGTV

This project is easy and inexpensive and certainly one in which the kids can help. We took a thrift-store frame, wrapped the inside with yarn and cotton to make it look like a spider web. Then spiders and a "Welcome" message were hung within the webbing.

Tools and Materials

scissors
hammer
black paint and a paintbrush
large wood frame
small wire nails
4 to 8 felt furniture pads
small toy spiders
white cotton spider webbing
yellow or orange yarn
black letters
picture hanging kit if not already attached to frame

Paint the Frame

Paint the frame black and let it dry.


Nail and Pad the Back

On the back of the frame, along the edge, hammer in the small wire nails. Insert the nails so only about a 1/4" is sticking out of the frame.
Place the felt pads on the back of the frame along the corners so the nails will not scratch the house or door.


String the Yarn

Wrap the yarn on the wires going back and forth across the frame in a random pattern. Tie off the yarn periodically.


Add Webbing

Behind the yarn, stretch out some of the white cotton material along the same nails.


Place Your Message

Place the letters in a random pattern onto the yarn, close enough together so you can read the word "Welcome". We used self-adhesive, store-bought letters, but you can print out your own message on sticky paper.


Add Spiders

Place the spiders along the front and tuck into the yarn and webbing.



2 comments:

Le Trung Thanh said...

I much like your blog
Thank for sharing

Thanh Le
My Blog: http://www.homedesign9.com/
Interior Decorating, Home Design, Room Ideas

Lehiep Phu said...

noi that van phong, noi that gia dinh online 360 chuyen cung cap thong tin cac mat hang noi that dep cao cap

http://www.online360.vn/noi-that-van-phong.html