Trick or Treat Sign

How cute is this Trick or Treat Sign? It was so easy to make- here is how I did it…

1. Using a clipart image of witches shoes and my vinyl cutter, I made some vinyl to go on a wood plaque.

2. Next I painted the wood directly on top of the vinyl and let it dry.

3. Lastly I simply peeled off the vinyl stickers so the wood is seen. This picture doesn’t do a good job at showing how cool the grain on the wood looks coming through the paint- I love this look!

I love how it turned out!

How do you decorate for fall or Halloween?

This post originally published on Somewhat Simple in October 2011

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Wife, mom of 5, and creator of Somewhat Simple, Stephanie has a passion to create and inspire. She is an Orange County transplant who is now enjoying life in Phoenix, AZ. She enjoys traveling, shopping, organizing, cooking and creating simple projects for her home and family.
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  1. Sarah says

    I have a small collection of pumpkins that I have acquired for Halloween decorating. I also created a fall wreath that’s on my door. Love it!

  2. Nicole H says

    At last count my husband said we had 30 pumpkins, some fresh some painted, some glass, some wooden, but my favorite are the paper bats flying on invisible thread!

  3. jengd says

    For the first time I was able to decorate a mantel for the holidays- crows, pennant banner, the whole 9 yards.

  4. says

    So far, and let’s face it, probably all that will end up going up….we have some painted wooden pumpkins, two craft pumpkins (one monster and one princess), two real pumpkins (that we need to carve still!) and one tiny ghost (made from a milk chug container). I feel like October snuck up on us but at least we have some pumpkins! :)

  5. staci johnson says

    We did a halloween tablescape, ent. center, pumpkins, pretty much every bare space in my house has some sort of halloween decor:) Your sign turned out super cute!!

  6. says

    We’re pretty simple with decorations around here – a few pumpkins, an old haunted house thing and some decorated foam shapes from the dollar store. :)

  7. Erin @ How to Nest for Less says

    I decorated my home for Halloween with a bale of hay on the front porch with pumpkins, a scarecrow and corn stalks! Can’t wait for the neighborhood kids to come by and see it!!

  8. says

    I like to take the simple and practical root when decorating for Halloween: get some pumpkins and put them on the porch. They keep well out there in the cold and we eat them one by one as fall passes. Decoration that puts itself away! Score! :)

  9. says

    My Halloween decor consists of spiderwebs (fake, of course) on my front porch. various pumpkins scattered around the house, a little styrofoam pumpkin that I created, and a framed witch picture I found at the Graphics Fairy!

    Gabby

  10. Tara says

    I’ve decorated with faux pumpkins that i’ve carved and use every year. The kids on the street just love them!

  11. says

    We have done a lot to decorate, but one of my favorite things is pickng gourds and pumpkins from my grandmas garden and sticking them all over the house.

  12. says

    Our family doesn’t celebrate Halloween, but I’ve decorated beautifully for Fall! One new idea this year was my decoupaged Holly Hobbie pumpkins that I made for my Etsy shop. I took strips of Holly Hobbie-themed flannel and decoupaged them to a lightweight faux pumpkin. Then I cut out a matching HH graphic from printable fabric and put her on front and center. I painted the stem blue and they are just adorable! (I made 3)

    Have a great day,

    Sarah

  13. says

    I decorated our mantel and hearth with standard Halloween fare (Skulls, pumpkins, etc.) and hung up a few cardboard cutouts in the kitchen. Not too crazy (or sppoky!) but enough to give a Halloween feel! :)

  14. Michaela says

    So far, I just have a wreath on the front door. We really need to get on top of decorations!

  15. says

    We have two kinds of vinyl window cling this year, spooky skeletons, skulls and so forth and the most adorable Winnie the Pooh trick or treat clings. Every year we each carve a pumpkin…and roast the pumpkin seeds…yum!

  16. says

    The smell my feet sign is too cute. (unfortunately, I’ll probably have that little ditty running through my head the rest of the afternoon…)

    We’re not big halloween decorators, but I do like to decorate for fall! My favorite decoration is our thankful tree, where we can write on paper leaves and hang them on it to share what we are thankful for. The kids just love it.

  17. LoriA says

    We don’t decorate for halloween, but I did make a fall burlap wreath for our door and also one for my friend! :)

  18. Carmen says

    I don’t decorate for Halloween, but I do put out some fall arrangements / silk flowers for fall.

  19. Carla @ Whole Child Creative Curriculum says

    I like cutesy Halloween and fall decorations…we have lights, pumpkins, and scarecrows!

  20. says

    Fun! We do more “Fall” and less “Halloween”. So far we have some pumpkins and a nice fall centerpiece on the coffee table.

  21. Katy P says

    We don’t actually celebrate Halloween- we celebrate my mother-in-law’s birthday- which falls on Halloween!

  22. Patty Blake says

    Since I’ve been decorating homes for Halloween for more than 35 years, I’ve collected my share of “must have” Halloween decorations. I generally edit these decorations from time to time as I add to them. My favorites that I’ve decorated with this year are a vintage style pumpkin-faced wide-eyed figure complete with black and white striped socks carrying a tiny hallowed out pumpkin with a tin handle for trick or treating. I have a favorite Boyd’s jointed teddy bear wearing a witch’s black pointed hat displayed along with a 2″ wooden block that I decoupaged vintage Halloween pictures on all sides. I also have a pumpkin shaped basket for Halloween candy with curly grapevines winding around its handle with two vintage style stuffed goulish figures made from felt and fabric. I fill my favorite country baskets with silk and dried fall arrangements and scatter colorful silk fall leaves around to complete the scene.

    I love your website! Not only is it chuck-full of amazing ideas, it’s inspiring as well; thank you!