Here’s a great sign you can make and prop up in your yard.

    There are always fun projects to do for Halloween.halloweencountdownsign

    This one isn’t creepy . . . I guess you could make it creepy . . . Add some skeleton bones . . . maybe one of those ugly severed head masks . . . I remember a few years ago I was out taking pictures of Halloween displays . . . I turned around and was face to face with a severed head hanging from a tree. It scared me!!

    To make this sign, you’ll need the chalkboard paint . . . or you could put hooks on it and attach numbers . . . changing them everyday . . . and then taking the sign down on Halloween . . . Now, what could you have to replace it?

    roadsign2I like those directional signs . . . They’re always fun . . . going to Sleepy Hollow . . . Transylvania . . . Amityville . . . Halloweentown . . . Hogwarts . . .

    Or other directional signs . . . Elm Street . . . Clown Alley . . . Devil’s Drive . . . Witch Way . . .

    Signs are always fun . . . and each year you can add another one to it . . .

    I like having something I can make and use year after year . . . I’ve noticed my neighbors use the same Halloween decorations . . . and Christmas ones, too. We don’t have to be original year after year after year . . . Unless we get someone else to do it for us . . .

    I like having simple directions to set out and take time . . . and will store easily in the garage . . .

    Halloween is a fun celebration . . . Use a bit of imagination . . . and you’ll have a clever sign or two decorate your yard or front porch.

    Thanks for stopping by!

    Sharon