Oct 142014
 
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This DIY Halloween Candy Dish post is sponsored by the Sverve #smokehousebbq campaign. All thoughts and words are my own.

Over the weekend I dug out my Halloween decorations and started to transform our house.  I actually couldn’t believe we’re already only three weeks away from Halloween!  I feel a little behind the ball on getting everything all set up.

DIY Halloween Candy Dish - Made from a terracotta pot! Easy craft for under $5 #SmokehouseBBQ

As I started to lay things out – the table runner, silly spider, ghost in a jar, pumpkins, you name it – I realized I was a little short on candy dishes.  Then I remembered the candy dish that I had made when I was younger as a gift for my Gram.  It was an easy project using terracotta pots, which I knew I had in my craft closet.

Easy DIY Halloween Candy Dish

Easy DIY Halloween Candy Dish from a terracotta pot #SmokehouseBBQ

Supplies Needed:

Terracotta pot
Terracotta saucer
Black acrylic paint
White ccrylic paint
Sponge brush
Small paint brush
Craft glue

Tutorial:

  1. Using the sponge brush paint both the terracotta pot and sauce black.
  2. When both pieces have dried thoroughly, turn the pot upside down. Run glue around the rim of the base and place the saucer on top. Place a book or other item on top and let glue adhere.
  3. Once glue is dried and pieces are secure, use a small paint brush to pain the word “BOO” in white inside the saucer. You can use a stencil if you want, but I like the slight squiggle that freehand gives you; it makes it look a little scary.
  4. Once the paint is dry you can fill it with candy or other treats for your family or party guests.

Easy DIY Halloween Candy Dish from a terracotta pot #SmokehouseBBQ

While you’re doing your party planning, consider picking up some of the new Farm Rich Smokehouse products to serve, too.  The line includes Pulled Beef Brisket, Pulled Pork, Double Rubbed Dry Smoked Pork, and Double Rubbed Dry Smoked Chicken.  Check with your local Walmart for specifics, as they’ll be having in-store tastings on October 24th, 25th, or 26th.  Here’s a Farm Rich Smokehouse coupon you can use to save on your purchase, too.

What are your favorite DIY Halloween projects?

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About Liza

Liza is a mom (5-year-old daughter, 20-year-old stepson, and 24-year-old stepdaughter) and wife living in Louisville. She loves spending time with her family, visiting the local zoo and parks, as well as planning travel adventures. Cooking and baking, DIY projects and crafts, and coffee - lots and lots of coffee - round out some of her other hobbies.

  26 Responses to “Easy DIY Halloween Candy Dish”

  1. Thanks for sharing! This is something I would have never thought of!

  2. What a cute and fun idea! Not to mention super quick and easy to make. Thanks for sharing.

  3. Very cute idea! I love working with ceramic pots.

    suzy

  4. I love the DIY Candy dish. You could easily change paint colors and make some for other holidays.

  5. What a great idea! I have several pots I have yet to use, and this will be perfect for them!

  6. I love this little candy dish Liza. What a great project for the kids.

  7. Love how cute this is and how easy it is to make! I need to bust out my creativity today and make something. Thanks for the inspiration.

  8. Much <3 to you in Kentucky! I lived in J-town & Old Louisville 2000- 2006! GREAT POST! XOXO, MotherStucker

  9. My favorite DIY Halloween projects are the easy ones! Love your candy dish!

  10. This is such a cute idea and very inexpensive. With the pots you could make different height ones and fill them up with different candies. Great idea!

  11. That is adorable! I love the little BOO!

  12. That is so cute and clever!! :)

  13. What a great idea. Not only is it cute it’s also budget friendly.

  14. You know, I just went looking for our candy dish and can’t seem to find it – I think I’ll be making one of these to replace it. What a cute and easy way to celebrate halloween!

  15. How creative! This looks so easy and something to get the kids involved in. I better get on the ball considering Halloween is only 11 days away!

  16. I love the fun and simplicity associated with this craft. Thanks to the cost, if you are a proud parent of multiples each one can make their own!

  17. That’s a really cute DIY candy dish!! I love how easy it is to make it, too.

  18. […] There are a few last-minute Halloween decoration ideas that will help you pull everything together easily and stress-free.  Many of them are inexpensive, too, like my DIY Halloween candy dish. […]

  19. This is an awesome idea! I could see doing something like for other holidays too.

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