I don’t know about you, but I have a stash of paint from past projects that is pretty sizable. This includes spray paint and acrylic paint in the bottle – and in all sorts of colors, including Halloween shades. I’m ready to use some of it up, and it’s not too late to do some seasonal painted Halloween projects to decorate my place! From super simple to a little more difficult, I’ve found some Halloween crafts using paint that you are sure to love . . . and that will help you get rid of that excess paint. Click through the jump to see them!
Chalkboard Pumpkins 1 of 12Use chalkboard paint or chalkboard spray paint to turn pumpkins into a cute writing surface.
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Mini Lanterns 2 of 12This cute little solar powered lanterns use a bit of black paint and some stencils.
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Spiderweb Bowl 3 of 12The special ingredient to make this painted bowl is stencil tape.
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Painted Bottles 4 of 12The secret to making these cute little jack o' lanterns is painting the insides of the bottles.
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Spidey Tablecloth 5 of 12Spiders took over this tablecloth - small spiders stenciled with paint.
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Skull Mask 6 of 12This paper mache skull was made bright with three colors of glossy paint.
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Faux Bois 7 of 12It's very simple to create a fake woodgrain look on pumpkins using white acrylic paint.
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Faux Stone Platter 8 of 12A dollar store Halloween platter gets a spooky makeover with spray paint and acrylic paint.
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Spider Napkins 9 of 12You'll use fabric paint to add spiders to these tie dyed napkins.
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Surprised Jack 10 of 12This surprised pumpkin is easier to paint than it looks - you'll use stencils and stencil tape.
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Recycled Vases 11 of 12Recycle old bottles with gold spray paint and add spooky labels.
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Scroll Stool 12 of 12This cool stool was painted with regular acrylic paint - and uses spooky stencils.
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