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Have you ever seen something super simple in a store and you’re like “oh, I could totally make something cool with that”? Well, here’s the story of how my zombie apocalypse front porch came to be…
That sounds so normal, right?
So while I was walking around Dollar General last weekend I spotted this little Halloween poster for $1. ONE DOLLAR. I had an idea of going there for supplies to make a wreath for my front door, but then I got to thinking… why does it have to be a wreath? Why can’t it be something cooler? So a plan was in action.
I really had no idea what I was doing when I got my Halloween supplies home. I figured I could wing it. Those are the best projects in my book. Creativity at it’s best. Luckily I had some scrap wood in my basement from prior projects. I laid the poster on top of 4 boards and sketched out where to make the cuts.
But when I was at Dollar General I grabbed a couple other items to finish off the front porch. I snagged a bunch of these creepy cloth decorations for $1.25 each. I thought this would fit in with my zombie vibe much better than spider webs.
I also grabbed a $3 chain from Dollar General to add along side my zombie sign and a couple rats for the front stoop.