Thanks to Expressions Vinyl for making this project, giveaway and post possible!
I love Pottery Barn but I don’t love the prices! So when I saw these really cute PB Halloween Treat Containers I knew I could easily DIY this myself with just a few simple items and not a whole lot of time or effort! So I gathered a few supplies and got to crafting!
Here is mine:
Halloween Treat Containers
And here is the one from Pottery Barn:
The ones from PB are 2 for $11. Since I already had black vinyl and the spray paint, my version only cost me $1 each! But they will cost a little more if you need to purchase vinyl or paint.
Here is what you will need to make thee Pottery Barn Knock Off Halloween Treat Containers:
- $1 plastic pumpkin treat container
- Rustoleum Heirloom White Spray Paint
- Halloween Vinyl Pack from Expressions Vinyl
- Transfer Tape
First you will spray paint your treat container with Heirloom White spray paint. Let it dry completely.
While your paint is drying, design and cut your vinyl! I used Mesquite Standard font and black vinyl from their really fun Halloween vinyl pack!
After your vinyl is cut and your pumpkin is dry, weed and apply your vinyl onto your container!
And in just a few minutes and with very little effort or money, you have a super cute, Pottery Barn Styled Halloween Treat Container!
Isn’t this just adorable!?
I love how it turned out and I am so excited to be able to provide you with an amazing giveaway today from Expressions Vinyl in order to help you create your own Halloween Treat Containers or many other projects that you have in mind!
The other Expressions Vinyl Ambassadors also created some super cute Halloween projects as well! Please take a moment to check them out too!
Wait Till Your Father Gets Home :: Halloween Candy Bucket
Girl Loves Glam :: Candy Corn Bunting
A Prudent Life :: Halloween Hayride Sign
Do It Yourself Divas :: Pumpkin Carving Party
Now it is time to enter to win $100 Gift Card from Expressions Vinyl! Woot woot! Good luck!
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