Pink and Orange Boo Halloween Sign Tutorial

The hottest trending Halloween colors right now are pink and orange. For this tutorial, I wanted to show you how easy it is to create your own pink and orange Halloween sign. Keep reading for the full instructions on how to create your own Halloween decor!

Pink and Orange "Boo" Halloween Wooden Sign by Jen Gallacher for www.jengallacher.com. #halloween #halloweendiy #halloweensign #spraypaint #diycraft #jengallacher

Pink and Orange Halloween Sign:

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Step 1: Gather your supplies. I chosen an oval Mix the Media sign from Jillibean Soup. You'll need painter's tape, whatever word you want to spell out in wooden letters (my sign will say "boo"); and spray or acrylic paint for both the sign and the letters.

Pink and Orange "Boo" Halloween Wooden Sign by Jen Gallacher for www.jengallacher.com. #halloween #halloweendiy #halloweensign #spraypaint #diycraft #jengallacher

Step 2: Using the wood pallet lines as a guide, tape off half of the sign on the diagonal with the blue Painter's Tape. Wrap around the top and sides of the sign and smooth into the wood making sure the seam sticks solidly to the wood.

Pink and Orange "Boo" Halloween Wooden Sign by Jen Gallacher for www.jengallacher.com. #halloween #halloweendiy #halloweensign #spraypaint #diycraft #jengallacher

Step 3: Spray the Krylon Ballet Pink paint onto the surface of the sign. Keep the can about 8-10" from your project, moving the can back and forth across the surface to get a light but even coverage. Continue spraying until the project is fully painted. Wait until the paint is nearly dry and gently remove the Painter's Tape pulling towards the painted side to get a nice clean line.

Pink and Orange "Boo" Halloween Wooden Sign by Jen Gallacher for www.jengallacher.com. #halloween #halloweendiy #halloweensign #spraypaint #diycraft #jengallacher



Step 4: Use spray paint or acrylic paint to paint the letters peach, orange, and a dark grey. Let dry.

Pink and Orange "Boo" Halloween Wooden Sign by Jen Gallacher for www.jengallacher.com. #halloween #halloweendiy #halloweensign #spraypaint #diycraft #jengallacher

Step 5: Use a glue gun or E6000 glue to glue the letters to the sign. Let dry.

Pink and Orange "Boo" Halloween Wooden Sign by Jen Gallacher for www.jengallacher.com. #halloween #halloweendiy #halloweensign #spraypaint #diycraft #jengallacher


Step 6: Glue a letterboard phrase to the bottom of the word "boo." This word "hello" is from Heidi Swapp.

Pink and Orange "Boo" Halloween Wooden Sign by Jen Gallacher for www.jengallacher.com. #halloween #halloweendiy #halloweensign #spraypaint #diycraft #jengallacher


This particular sign has a rope stapled to the back of the frame. But you can remove the rope and replace with ribbon or simply hang the sign flat with some wall tape removable adhesive. This way you can easily change out your holiday decor. Here's another look at this project:

Pink and Orange "Boo" Halloween Wooden Sign by Jen Gallacher for www.jengallacher.com. #halloween #halloweendiy #halloweensign #spraypaint #diycraft #jengallacher


Craving some other Halloween craft ideas? Be sure to check out these Halloween Candy Jar Toppers and How to Add Vinyl to Pumpkins blog post.

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