Halloween is fast approaching! If you’re looking for themed ideas for your party, school class, or kids then look no further! I created this Halloween Tic-Tac-Toe Game using a few simple supplies. You can totally make this! Here’s how I did it:
This project was sponsored by ETI Technologies and it first appeared last year on Resin Crafts Blog. All the opinions and wording is mine alone. To see more information on sponsored posts please see my Disclosures page. There are also many affiliate links in this post which means if you click through and purchase something through those links I get a small commission at no extra cost to you. Thanks for reading!
DIY Halloween Tic-Tac-Toe Game
- Halloween shapes silicone mold (my exact mold is no longer available, sorry.)
- Mold Release and Conditioning Spray
- EasyCast Clear Casting Epoxy
- Glossy Resin Spray Sealer
- Black Paint
- Large Tile
- Metallic Silver Spray Paint
- Washi Tape
- Felt fabric for back of tile
- Micro-Butane Torch
For this project you’ll follow the mixing steps for EasyCast which are included in the package. First, be sure that you applied two coats of mold release and conditioner spray to your mold. Then mix the EasyCast parts A and B as instructed. For some of the pieces, I used my previously made Skull Mold as well, but that is not required.
After it is poured and the bubbles are popped, let the pieces cure for at least 24 hours, perhaps longer. Remove the castings from the mold once it has cured.
Spray five of the pieces with the Envirotex Resin spray to make them nice and shiny. Paint the other five pieces with black paint.
Spray paint the 12″x12″ tile with metallic silver spray paint. Use washi tape to create your grid. There you have it! A fun DIY Halloween Tic-Tac-Toe Game for your coffee table that is both decorative and fun to play! Instead of X’s and O’s you have black and clear game pieces. So much fun!
**Another EasyCast project with full tutorial can be found here: Resin Flower Paperweight.
I hope you like this DIY Halloween Tic-Tac-Toe game! I had so much fun making it! What do you think? Let me know in the comments.
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What a cute idea! I haven’t tried working with epoxy yet, but love to dabble in crafts every now and then. I would love to try this out in a non seasonal theme to let it last all year long, too. Thank you for sharing!