DIY Halloween transfer wood plaques

Halloween art decor

Halloween is a tricky one for home decor. You could go full on Adams Family with creepy home decor or total corn ball with plastic orange pumpkins. Either style is welcomed whole heartedly by me! We thought we’d attempt the seemingly impossible with a classy Halloween home decor project with this transfer wood plaques. Aren’t they pretty and slightly creepy?! Who doesn’t love insects and skulls adorning the your home?!

Get the full tutorial and shop the supplies below!

Project by Victoria Riza  |  Photography by Trisha Zemp  |  Styling by Brittany Jepsen

Halloween art decorMaterials: insect and skull printable (download here), staple gun, wood finish stain, bone folder, paint brush, ribbon, wood plaques, blender marker (only this one will work)

  1. Print the templates (black and white only! on laser printer only!) and cut it out to the size you’d like to apply it to.
  2. Position the design face down on the wood surface and rub it with a blender marker with a bone folder.
  3. Lift the design.
  4. Staple your ribbon into the wood on the back.
  5. Hang and enjoy!

Don’t you love how simple this one is! Simple and beautiful are the names of the game around these parts.

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