I recently created a fun Halloween Haunted House Mantel that included an abandoned house art canvas, and flying bats. Of course a creepy Halloween scene isn’t complete without spooky trees. I used the HomeRight Super Finish Max Paint Sprayer to turn ordinary branches into creepy, twisty trees.
To create the trees, you just need a few materials: Old branches with flat bottoms, pumpkins, Tarp, wood craft squares, screws, screw driver, black craft paint, the HomeRight Super Finish Max Paint Sprayer
Step 1: Lay a tarp and place the branches on it. Spread them out so they have room to be turned.
Step 2: Use the Super Finish Max Paint Sprayer, adjusted to a tighter spray pattern, to paint one side of the branches, using short strokes, and turning the sprayer to get in all of the nooks and crannies. Let dry.
Step 3: While waiting for the branches to dry, spray paint small pumpkins to add to your spooky décor and let dry.
Step 4: Also paint the wood craft squares to be used for bases
Step 5: Turn the branches over and spray the other side. Continue to turn and spray until the branches are covered completely, making sure to get any hidden cracks or spaces.
Step 6: Once the branches are dry, screw the wood craft squares into the base of the branches, and use for your Halloween décor!
This sponsored post was created by Jennifer Rizzo. For more inspired and creative home and craft ideas, you can visit my website at Jenniferrizzo.com . You can also visit our retail store and makery, The Collective lhe + Makery.