Greet the spooky season in style with this “No Broom Parking!” Halloween sign. Watch out because violators will be “toad”!
Create A No Broom Parking Halloween Sign in 5 Easy Steps!
- Cabinet door
- 2 Hooks
- 2 D-ring hangers (or picture frame hangers)
- Vinyl lettering or stencils (use a cutting machine to cut your vinyl letters, or better yet, a Cricut machine if you have one)
- Chalk layer paint
First, paint your cabinet door with your chalk layer paint. Lightly sand it afterward to give it that nice, distressed look.
This will serve as the base for your wooden Halloween sign.
Once your door’s nice and sanded down, stick your vinyl lettering on top of the cabinet door. Make sure to plan your layout first and get the spacing exactly right because once you’ve stuck them on your sign, there’s no going back.
When using stencils, carefully lay out the lettering by using tape before painting it white. You can also use other colors for this. Just remember to use contrasting colors to make it easier to see.
Carefully peel off the transfer paper off your vinyl letters. Go slow and take your time when doing this so you can make sure all your vinyl comes off the transfer paper.
4. Screw in the D-Ring Hangers and Hooks
Flip your cabinet door over to the backside and screw on one D-ring hanger on each side.
Next, flip back your cabinet door and screw on your hooks so you have a place to hang your broom on.
5. Place Your Broom
With the three hooks in place, carefully place your broom onto the hooks, and voila! The “No Broom Parking” sign is ready for your Halloween party.
You can also try other ideas for this sign. Perhaps a hanging skeleton or even use it for other occasions for hanging coats or hats.
Here’s the finished product:
You got yourself a nice Halloween sign to decorate your wall with this season. Hope you enjoyed learning how to make this project and stay tuned for more spooky DIY ideas.
Have you tried making some funny Halloween signs? Let us know in the comments section below!
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