The Halloween candy competition is fierce! Keeping track of every piece of candy you receive while trick-or-treating is priority number one. Coming home with the most candy is priority number two. These EASY DIY Monogrammed Pumpkin Pails will help you keep track of what is yours!
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Thank goodness I have these monograms on the pumpkins this year, because my 11 month old daughter totally will be tearing up the neighborhood gathering candy. 😉
Ok, so I might not need them this year, but I thought these DIY monograms were so cute and EASY!
They remind me of my childhood, and I’m totally into their vintage vibe.
I haven’t really gotten bitten by the monogram bug, but I’m into monogramming every once in a while. I’m like a social monogrammer, nothing to worry about.
I already had these white Remarks alphabet stickers that I had used on other projects, so I figured, “What the heck! Let’s monogram these little suckers!”
Simple. Sweet. So Cheap!
I received a Cricut Explore Air 2 machine for my birthday, and this project would be perfect for using the machine. If you are not familiar with the Cricut Explore Air 2, it is a cutting machine that can cut through a variety of materials to create awesome text and images for crafts and other DIY projects! I didn’t use it this time, but I hope to use it soon!
Details to DIY the Monogrammed Pumpkin Pails
1. Pumpkin Pails (Pink, Green, Blue, Purple, and Orange!)
Peel the stickers off the sheet and put them onto the pumpkin pails.
Monogrammed Pumpkin Pails
This year I’ll try not to eat all of my son’s chocolate candy, but I don’t have high hopes. My husband loves the sweet stuff like jolly ranchers and sweetarts.
I mean, in a pinch I’ll eat that kind of stuff, but not if I have a choice.
Happy Halloween, and here’s hoping that your kids hit several houses who give out king size candy bars!
If you are looking for more EASY DIY Halloween projects, take a look at “Dollar Store Shower Curtain Spider Web,” “Halloween Crayons,” “Knock-off Pottery Barn Halloween Wreath,” and “Witch Legs Doormat!”