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October 24, 2011

Candy-leg Witch

Another curly-toed shoe treat.  This may be the last of my Halloween projets.  Moving on to Fall.  You can download the shoe template I created HERE.




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October 22, 2011

Witchy-poo Fumble

Looks like this witch hit a bit of turbulence.

Halloween is just 10 days away and I've been spending time creating a few more projects, like this one.  Breif directions along with a printable template for the shoes by selecting the link:

Start by stuffing the cello bags with candy making sure to leave room attach shoes and to tuck into cauldron.  Print shoes, cut and apply glitter.

To create broom, cut a 2" peice of Daffodil cardstock, brush with mustard and Suede ink, then roll around a wooden dowel or stick.  Secure with adhesive.


Use a circle punch to create a moon and Grey cardstock to create a cloud.





To create a cauldron, cut a black sheet of cardstock similar to the shape below.  You'll want to stay under 4 1/4" in width so it fits on the card.  The green foam is Easter basket fiber.


Fold the cello in half and attach the shoes on each end.  Tuck the folded end of the cello into the cauldron and adhere with glue dots or sticky strip.


Thanks for looking.
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October 21, 2011

Wacky Ghost Manor

If you're still making Halloween projects, here's something for you to try.  I whipped up a little Wacky Ghost Manor template.  Here's a few photos for you and if you're up to trying this yourself, you can download the Paper Crafters Sampler Wacky Manor for free.  It's avaiable for the next 7 days.



Making the ghost behind the door was an after thought.  My first plan was to simply have a hugh googlie eye peeking through...then it looked to plain so in came the ghots.

Since the self-adhesive eye was already placed, I cut white cardstock to resemble only half a ghost, this way it fit around the eye.


Dazzeling Diamonds glitter to make your ghost sparkle.


Cut strips of black cardstock and attach completely before applying utlra-fine black glitter.


...and a view from the topside.


Don't forget to donwload the template and give it a try.


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October 4, 2011

Giant google-eye

Here's an alternative way of using the SU! treat cups for something other than 'treats'.  The google eye is sitting on top of a jumbo button which allows the eye to move more freely (and adds an additonal layer).  The hands were created with the petal flower punch.






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October 1, 2011

Sweet and Sinister

The October issue of the sampler will soon be here.  The design team has taken the fright out of the Holiday and put a "Sweet & Sinister" spin on it.



A little sneak peek:


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