A really quick tutorial on how we made the arrow sign for the craft booth. I had Trevor cut arrow shapes from scrap wood, then I sprayed them with chalkboard paint.
For the base, you notch out two pieces of scrap wood and then hammer them together – - here’s a picture tutorial:
It’s sturdy enough for my porch – at the craft booth it was windy, so we used a rice bag thing to hold the bottom just in case.
Now that the craft booth is over, I told my kids we could use it for Halloween Decoration. My first grader thought of this all on her own, dictated it to me as I wrote on the sign.
First, these “ghost” footprints she drew leading up to the house…
Then the sign:
And we even put out glow-in-the-dark spider web:
And she whipped up a sign for our door – -
We are ready for the season!!