Disclosure: This post is sponsored by Martha Stewart and Plaid Crafts. All opinions are 100% my own.
My daughter is finally at the age where she is getting into Halloween and I think it is so cute. She picked out her costume this year and keeps talking about going trick-or-treating. We are definitely entering a whole new stage with her and it is so fun. Since she is so into the holiday this year, I decided to put make some Kids Halloween Table Decorations for her little table using Martha Stewart Decoupage.
Kids Halloween Table Decorations
When she woke up from her nap and saw her table all decorated she was SO excited. I have a feeling we are going to be eating out of the bowls and drinking from those cups for the rest of the year :)
DIY Halloween Cups
Her favorite part of her Halloween Table Decor are these fun peek-a-boo Halloween Cups I made using the decoupage. When you fill them with milk or juice they images really pop and the kids will love them. Trust me! My daughter LOVED the spider one and carried it around all night.
DIY Halloween Decor
All of the decor was pretty simple to make, thanks to Martha. Just look at all of this fun Halloween Craft Supplies that are out this year and they are all available at Michaels!
Here is what I used to make each piece.
For the bowls, I picked up these plastic ones from the dollar store and used the Martha Stewart acrylic paints and stencils to create the pumpkin mouth and the candy corn design.
Tip: the paint will come off of the plastic when placed in the dishwasher, so use a coat of glossy decoupage to help seal it to the bowl. All decoupage formulas are dishwasher safe, machine washable, non-yellowing, dry hard with no tack, and can be used indoors or out.
And that little chalkboard sign is so simple to make. I found the tray at the dollar store ( I need to buy 10 more, aren’t they great) and then applied two coats of Martha Stewart Chalkboard paint. You can use this tray for so many different things, I have a feeling I’m going to be using it a lot in the future.
And now these cute little glasses. I recycled some old jars, cleaned them out and they were ready to be decorated! I started with the Martha Stewart Halloween Decoupage Paper and then used my Silhouette to cut out the ghost, pumpkin and spider. Then I took matte decoupage and applied it to the paper and the design. Two coats work best! What I love about decoupage is that it can be used on any surface such as glass, fabric, paper, metal and wood to create a great finish.
I alos made some spider web placemats using my Silhouette to really top off the look!
Thanks Martha Stewart and Plaid Crafts for helping me make these adorable Kids Halloween Table Decorations for my daughter!