Thursday, October 28, 2010

Halloween Ornaments Part 2 Tutorial

Now, it is time for my Halloween Ornaments Part 2, in my previous post I have disassembled my old Christmas Tree Topper to create a set of Halloween Ornaments inspired by Martha's idea but this time I am creating something from scratch...
I've participated in Vintage Ephemera E-Swap at, and one of my trophies was a wonderful set of Vintage Halloween Images, which I've put to a good use.

Step 1
Collect single serving boxes from Sun-Maid Raisins

Step 2
Paint sides of the box in orange

Step 3
Glitter sides with Orange glitter

Step 4
Glue images to the front and the back of the box

Step 5

Embellish!!!! I've used different scraps from my previous projects, but I wanted all my ornaments to relate to the Black Crow that is sitting under the tree (I found it at the Dollar Store) and that's why I've used black feathers as part of my decor.

That's how it looks all together.

Now I can put a check mark next to this project as well:) Let me tell you, this is the busiest Halloween ever for me but it is so much fun!
Now, I have to come up with a costume idea for moi.... (Did I forget about myself?!)


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  1. I absolutely love this idea! Must remember for next year.

  2. Wow! Those are absolutely wonderful! I was always a big fan of those little raisin boxes as a kid (not the raisins -- just the boxes ;)

    I've never thought about using them to craft -- brilliant! I love the way you used the vintage images to create something new, yet with such an antique look.

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