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Repurposed Shutters Sign for Halloween

By: Susan Santoro from organized31.com
Repurposed Shutters Sign for Halloween
Repurposed Shutters Sign for Halloween

"Anyone who has read my blog knows that I love to repurpose things. This time, I repurposed a craft from last year, to greet my Trick or Treaters this year! It was so simple to do and I’m truly in love with how it turned out. It all started with some fun shutters I found online for FREE. I couldn’t resist putting them together to welcome guests to our home last Thanksgiving, and I love them even more now that they are usable for two holidays instead of one! Come see how I made them."

Estimated Cost$11-$20

Time to CompleteIn an evening

Primary TechniqueGeneral Crafts

Beginner

HolidayHalloween

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What a wonderfully vintage and shabby chic look for your front porch. Double points for them being double sided! You could make yourself another pair of shutters in a pine green or red and paint a Merry Christmas on one pair and something like "Let It Snow" on the other side. Heck, if you had the patience, you could paint one side of the shutters red and one side the evergreen or pine green! Thanks for these great ideas.

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