DIY Ouija Tarot Table

Introduction: DIY Ouija Tarot Table

Turn an old round table into a Halloween decoration or year-round conversation piece. It can be used as a working Ouija Board, fortune-teller prop, table to hold a Dumb Supper, read Tarot, or just a decoration. Happy Haunts!

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Step 1: Supplies

I used an old round table that someone was throwing away. For paint, I used black spray paint, and white acrylic paint. The stencils I used were 1/2". I used a sponge instead of a brush to paint on the letters so that it gave it a better smudge.

Step 2: Paint Table Black

Be sure to paint in a well-ventilated area and spray away! I used almost an entire can of black spray paint to coat the table.

Step 3: Stencil

Once the black has dried, measure where you want your letters to go. If any smudging occurs, it adds character! To make it look like a true board, add a sun and moon above the words "yes" and "no" and don't forget to add a "Goodbye" underneath. Summon responsibly!

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    11 Discussions

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    ear1004
    ear1004

    3 years ago

    This is so unique. I've never seen anything like it! This is a must have for any Halloween party!

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    Vamplife
    Vamplife

    3 years ago

    cool project

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    KevinJay
    KevinJay

    3 years ago

    Spooky! This is unique. Great job!

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    LauraB220
    LauraB220

    Reply 3 years ago

    thank you!

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    Craftmama22
    Craftmama22

    3 years ago

    This iss so cute.

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    LauraB220
    LauraB220

    Reply 3 years ago

    aw thank you!

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    M8Fly
    M8Fly

    3 years ago

    creative but straight up freaks me out. i'd be scared to be in the same room as this =p

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    LauraB220
    LauraB220

    Reply 3 years ago

    haha thanks!

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    Peekatchu
    Peekatchu

    3 years ago

    Question, do your dinner plates ever move around spelling things? LOL Great decor though - very scary

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    LauraB220
    LauraB220

    Reply 3 years ago

    Haha thanks! Only on a full moon lol