So many things can be made into repurposed Jack O Lanterns by simply adding faces to them.
Here are three candidates for this quick and easy Halloween project.
A very aged vintage Gem sifter, a lovely copper teapot, and a vintage aluminum coffee pot.
I had a bunch of chalkboard adhesive labels leftover after my craft room baking pan storage organization, so I decided to use some of them.
I randomly cut shapes out of the labels without thinking about it too much, and then I just stuck them on.
You could draw the shapes first and then cut them out if you prefer.
I’m a just wing it kinda gal.
I think this would be a fun way to make repurposed jack o lanterns with kids.
The thicker the chalkboard label, which means its better quality, the easier it is to remove. The paper thin ones have to be removed with water, but it’s still very easy to do. I got all of my labels at the dollar store.
And that’s it! This is such an easy peasy way to make some temporary Halloween fun. Fill them with candy, flowers or whatever you like.
I can think of so many things that could be used as repurposed jack o lanterns… baking pans, flower pots, vases, round light fixtures, trays, enamel bowls… and the list could go on and on.
Don’t forget to pin it!
What do you have that could be repurposed?
Thanks so much for reading and until next time…
keep on keepin’ on!