Welcome! — Halloween
Posted by Gareth Frewer on
Hello all and welcome to the blog post in which your answer is to be posted, I hope you all enjoyed the videis and Kim's blog post this week. It was a fun hop to watch with an array of ideas for you to recreate. Below I have listed each video and a link Kim's project blog post just in case you didn't get all 6 letters. Gareth Day 1- Sarah Day 2- Kim Blog post click HERE Donna J day 4- Donna C-J Day 5- Cindy Nemec Day 6- Thank you all for watching and a special big thank...
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Posted by Sarah Crankshaw on
I started off using an A4 sheet of pumpkin card stock witch is a light weight card at 125gsm making it perfect for this project. I cut it down to 5 1/2 by 7 1/2 so that you could get two out of each A4 sheet. I then scored it on the longest side first at 1 1/2 inches , 3 1/2 inches , 5 inches and 7 inches. I removed the very small square cross over section as you see in the video. Next I stamped my design on the card in a Halloween theme. Next I glued the half...
Posted by Donna Clerkin-James on
To decorate the first bottle I used some crackle paint and a free printable label then rubbed the whole bottle and label with distress inks, I then used a silicone mat from the store to make some hot glue pieces, I then used gesso so I could ink them up. I then wrapped the orange bakers twine from the store and added 2 charms also from the store. For the second one I also added a label and used hot glue to stick the skulls on and tied rope around the top and added another metal embellishment to the top....
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- Tags: Autumn, Donna Clerkin James, Glass Bottles, Halloween, Hit Glue Mat, Hot Glue, Skeleton, Skull, Spider, Witches hat