Thursday, October 27, 2011

Where's the witch??

I can't believe we are just a few days away from the end of October! Holy Moly where did the year go? So much happened this year that I guess time just fly's by when you having fun right?

I am really trying to stick to Halloween projects for the rest of the month but I will tell you there are so many cute Thanksgiving and Christmas crafts calling my name! Anyhow, a few days ago Stampin Up asked their Artisan award winners to post a Halloween project on their Facebook fan page and Heather Summers (yes, I stalk her blog) posted this cute Rosette project and I couldn't resist recreating it.

How cute is this?

Supplies Used
Stamp Set
Delightful Dozen
Rich Razzleberry Card Stock
Basic Black Card Stock
Basic Black Stampin’ Pad
Boho Blossom
1¾” Scallop Circle
Basic Rhinestones
Silver Brad
Cellophane Bags (Holiday mini)

Shimmer Mist Paint

Top Note Die
Perfect Polka Dots Embossing Folder
Big Shot
Sticky Strip

Glue Gun

  1. Using Rich Razzleberry cut two strips 1” x 11”
  2. Using Basic Black cut two strips 1½”  x 11”
  3. Score every ¼”  and fold "mountain to peak"
  4. Attach a piece of Sticky strip to both ends of one Basic Black and one Rich Razzleberry strip. Attach each color together, forming a circle.
  5. Squeeze the circle together as small as you can and use a hot glue gun to hold in place. I let it dry on one side and flip it over and glue the other side. It may be over kill but I have never had one come apart.
  6. Spray both Rosettes with Shimmer Mist paint. Let me know if you need directions for making this, it is super easy!
  7. Attach the Rich Razzleberry rosette to the Basic Black.
  8. Using Basic Black punch 1 3/4 Scallop Circle out. Spray with Shimmer Paint.
  9. Emboss it using the Perfect Polka Dots Embossing folder. Spray with Shimmer Mist paint.
  10. Using the Small & Medium Basic Rhinestones apply them alternating between each of the scallops.
  11. Using Rich Razzleberry punch out the small flower from the Boho Blossom punch. Using Basic Black punch out the medium flower. Spray with Shimmer mist and wad them up. Let it dry (it is really quick) and unfold. This gives your flower some texture!
  12. Stamp Happy Halloween on a ¾” x 2 ½” piece of Rich Razzleberry. Cut the ends.
  13. Using a black Sharpie color the Silver Brad. Then attach the brad through the middle of the flower and Happy Halloween strip. Attach to the scallop circle.
  14. Glue the scallop to the top of the Rich Razzleberry rosette.
  15. Create your witches boots. You can free hand them or buy a pre-made die cut. I embossed the black of the boot with the Perfect Polka Dots Embossing folder. I attached Basic Rhinestones for the laces.
  16. Attach the witch’s boots to the bottom of the Cellophane Bags. I used sticky strip to attach the bags. I didn’t want my boots to fall off! I worked hard on them J Fill the bags with candy and close.
  17. Attach sticky strip to the top of the Cellophane Bags.
  18. Cut out the Top Note using Basic Black. Emboss it using the Perfect Polka Dots folder. Fold it in half to form a card.
  19. Attach the Cellophane Bags filled with candy to the front of the Top Note Die.
  20. Attach the Rosette on top of the bags
  21. Enjoy your Eye Candy ;)
As always I would love to help you create this super fun project, we can switch out the witch for Turkeys or Santa’s Elves! Oh the possibilities!

1 comment:

  1. That's adorable!! Thanks for sharing and thanks for commenting on my blog!