Hello there! It’s Ginger from GingerSnapCrafts.com, and I am so excited to back over here for Vanessa’s fun Halloween series. I’m grateful she does this each year! It always get me in the mood for Halloween, and I love seeing everyone’s fun Halloween projects. Today I’d love to show you how I made these cute Hexagon Jack-O-Lanterns. Let’s get started!
wooden hexagon boxes (I found these at Target in the craft section.)
black vinyl pumpkin faces (These are from Silhouette’s online library.)
wood glue or hot glue gun
First, I painted my boxes orange & let them dry.
Next, I cut some jack-o-lantern faces using my electronic cutting tool. If you don’t own a Cricut or Silhouette you could paint on the faces using black craft paint.
Then I applied my spooky jack-o-lantern faces!
For the pumpkin stem, I cut a branch from my backyard into 3 to 4 inch pieces. Dab a little bit of wood glue & pressed them firmly on top of my pumpkins. Once it dried, I tied on a cute polka dotted ribbon. So cute!
These fun jack-o-lanterns look adorable on my front porch!
Check out some of my favorite Halloween crafts that you can find over on my blog.
Ginger Bowie is the blogger behind Ginger Snap Crafts. Ginger loves sharing her crafty ideas, latest DIY projects, yummy recipes, organization tips, kids crafts and more with her readers. Ginger is the wife to one amazing guy & mom to 5 wild & crazy kiddos that range in age from 6 to 19. Her family loves calling Northwest Arkansas home. She has a crazy & busy life, and she wouldn’t change a thing. Ginger Snap Crafts is a place that she hopes inspires others to create along with her! If she can do it, she knows you can, too! You follow along on her blog, Pinterest, Facebook and Instagram.
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