Upcycled Halloween Windsocks

Upcycled Halloween Windsocks; Ghosts, Spiders, Jack-O-Lanterns trishsutton.comThese fun Upcycled Halloween Windsocks will add just the right amount of festive flare to any yard.

To create an October Treasure out of Recycled “Junk” and turn Cans into  Ghosts, Spiders & Jack-O-Lanterns you will need the following items:

– Vegetable Cans
– a Drill
– Spray Paints in desired colors
– Painters Tape
– String
– Ribbons
– Glue

Begin by cleaning your cans and removing all labels.  Next, drill one hole into the top of each can.  Then spray paint the areas of the cans where you will want eyes & mouths.  I used white paint for my Ghost’s eyes and yellow paint for my Pumpkin & Spider’s eyes & mouths.  Cut the facial features out of Painters Tape and attach the tape once the paint has dried.

Upcycled Halloween Windsocks; Ghosts, Spiders, Jack-O-Lanterns trishsutton.com

Then paint the entire can the main color of your can creation.  This is when I used white to spray my Ghosts, black for my Spiders and orange for my Pumpkins.  After the paint dries, remove the tape.  Thread the string to hang cans  and glue ribbons to the inside of the bottom of each can.

Upcycled Halloween Windsocks; Ghosts, Spiders, Jack-O-Lanterns trishsutton.com

Hang cans high and low.  Click here to see my Patriotic Windsock.

Upcycled Halloween Windsocks; Ghosts, Spiders, Jack-O-Lanterns trishsutton.com

Ghosts, Spiders, and Jack-O-Lanterns…
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About Trish

When this sleep deprived self proclaimed tea addict is not creating content for this here blog, Trish can most often be found at the Little League field or watching a football game. Trish is a passionate volunteer, contract accountant, avid fan of the Dallas Cowboys and will only eat Oreos in pairs. She has two boys born sixteen years apart and her favorite place in the world is by her husband's side - preferably in a football stadium, at Disneyland or in San Diego.

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