Friday, October 28, 2011

Chic & Scary - Halloween Card

Happy Friday Everyone!
Here is a card I made for my Grandma. 
I made this card using my Cricut Expression.  The spider web and Chic Witch was cut from the Teresa Collins Chic & Scary cartridge.  I used DCWV black glitter paper for the witch and AC textured cardstock for the web. 
I wrapped a small piece of purple crinkle ribbon I made around her waist to add a little sumthin' to her.  I also adhered some lime green crinkle ribbon to the bottom of the glittered star paper which is from the DCWV Ghosts & Goblins Stack.
The evil pumpkin, black cat & green vine are all from the October 31st cartridge. 
I found the little black spider in my stash, its plastic, not sure where I got it, LOL but he was just perfect!  Using a glue dot I stuck some Orange Licorice Trendy Twine to the back of him and another clue dot hold the other end of the twine behind the web.  
I used foam squared to on several cuts to give it dimension. 
Cardstock came from the DCWV Ghosts & Goblins cardstock stack.  I cut the frame for the inside of the card using the Happy Hauntings cartridge and DCWV Shimmer cardstock.  "Best witches to you" if from My Pink Stamper's Spooky Puns stamp set.  I also punched the bottom of the slime green cardstock with Martha Stewart's Drippy Goo punch.
I hope you like!  Thanks for looking!

Thursday, October 27, 2011

Halloween Treat Bags

I made these Halloween treat bags last year for my peeps at work.  Never got around to sharing so thought I would do it now.  :) 
I used DCWV glitter paper from the Halloween stack, My Pink Stamper stamps a bunch of Halloween stickers and stuff I had in my stash and the Martha Stewart Drippy Goo punch.  I filled the bags with candy corn and other candies!  My intentions were for my co-workers to take them home to their kids...well that didn't happen!  LOL They were a hit! 

Tuesday, October 25, 2011

Desk Halloween Decor

Hello!  So I finally tried and figured out how to cut fabric flowers using my Cricut!!  I bought some fabric quarters at JoAnn's and some fabric stiffener and they came out perfect!  :)  For this project I used Black, bright/lime green, purple and bright orange fabric.
I cut all the flowers using the Flower Shoppe cartridge.  Then I stuck a silver brad through the middle and taped the brad to a wooden skewer that I broke in half because I didn't need it that long.  I then wrapped the skewer with green stem wrap tape.  Then I glittered the brad with purple Stickles. 
The base is actually a candle holder I got at Costco years ago...It was a set of 6 pre-glittered tealight candle holders.  Each one has a different image.  I used a small strand of Christmas lights to light up the inside which is just wrapped around a small piece of that green foam stuff that is used to hold the flowers in place.  Once the glitter dried I just started sticking the flowers and the black feathers in the foam piece and this is what I got!!  
The orange spider is a little pre-glittered clip-on I bought at Michale's last year.

I made this little Halloween arrangement for my desk at work.  Here is a quick pick of my cubical right now:
As you can see I put spiderwebs and little black spiders all over the inside and outside of my "office".  :)

I hope you enjoy

Tuesday, October 18, 2011

Halloween - Skull on a bed of Roses

This SPOOKY candle holder is the perfect addition to my Halloween Decor!  I made this myself using a black charger, bling, silk red & black roses, black faux feathers, plastic spiders, foam skull, and a glittered black taper candle. 
I used glue dots to adhere the bling to the charger.
Using one of those foam things, LOL (I don't know what they are called) for making faux flower arrangements, my husband drilled a little hole in the middle of the bottom of the skull and inserted a dowel to hold the skull in place.  Then I added the red & black roses and the feathers.  The spiders are just placed on the flowers, not adheared with any adhesives.   My husband also drilled a hole in the top of the skull to hold the candle.

I hope you like it!  Thanks for looking.   

Monday, October 17, 2011

Scentsy - Fright Night Warmer

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Sunday, October 16, 2011

Halloween Wreath - Re-post

Hi There!  I posted this wreath I made last year but thought I would share again since I love it so!  :)

Here is a quick and easy halloween home decor project that I made. I used a plain black wreath purchased from Michael's along with the skulls, skeletons and purple spiders. I dug deep in my ribbon stash and found the perfect black ribbon with purple glitter dots, white spider webs & skeletons, which I believe I also purchased form M's in the past. I used my Bowdabra DH bought me years ago to make the bow and of course my hot glue gun was called to duty!

With all the dark colors the picture really don't show how cute this turned out! It's kinda a must see in person, LOL.

The "Spooky" sign hanging in the middle I made using...can you guess??? That's right! My Cricut Expression and Gypsy along with a few other supplies:

The background:
  • Layer 1 - 9" x 5-1/2" DCWV black cardstock
  • Layer 2 - 8-1/2" x 5" DCWV off-white glitter cardstock
  • Layer 3 - 8" x 4-1/2" DCWV purple shimmer cardstock (I used Martha Stewarts border & corner "Halloween Cracks" punches on this layer)
"Spooky" Phrase:
  • Background - I cut Post-it Craft Paper at 2-1/2"
  • Phrase - DCWV black glitter cardstock cut at 2-1/2"
I peeled the backing of the Post-it Craft Paper off and put the phrase on the adhesive side, then I sprinkled Martha Stewart's AMAZINGLY COOL glow-in-the-dark glitter all over it, shook it off and Wa-La! I have a totally cute glow-in-the-dark phrase!
I then added some Jolee's spiders that I have had for who knows how long! LOL I used some purple fibers I had to hang the sign on the nail behind the wreath. You can attached the phrase/sign to the wreath but I just hung ii behind it...makes it somewhat adjustable. :)

Thanks for looking!!

Check back often as there are many more projects on the way!!!