B-O-O Spooky Floating Sign

15 Minutes
Hi there Hometalk Friends! It’s beginning to feel like a little bit like fall here and I'm loving it! It won't be long before trick or treaters are knocking at your door. Today I'll show you how to craft a spooky floating sign that's sure to delight kids of all ages...
This fun project is actually created from repurposed address numbers. Even though they were meant to be zeroes, I planned to use them as letter Os.
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After finding the sturdy copper zeroes at a thrift store, all I needed was the letter B. Fortunately, I found one in the bargain bins at Michael's. I liked the contrast of the black B next to the copper Os.
To create a vertical sign that creates the illusion of floating letters,  I tied double strands of fishing line to attach the letters to each other, double knotted them and repeated until it looked...
...like this! Now for the spooky part! I found a spider that is realistic looking enough that it has startled me a few times hanging at my back door--yikes! Check here to find your own spooky spider: http://amzn.to/2gSJMLa
Continue to my blog to see more photos and for more thrifty seasonal projects!
Cecilia MyThriftStoreAddiction
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