I am back today with my first Halloween project of the season. I have been wanting to make some Halloween projects but hadn’t found much time. However, the Sisterhood of the Snarky Stampers inspired me to get a move on.
This week’s challenge is H is for Pink Halloween! You can find all their challenges here.
So here we go! I whipped up this adorbs witches boot from Lori Whitlock. I got the file in the Silhouette store.
It’s not nearly as much pink as I normally would have liked but I love this paper. And the little bat ears have just the right amount of pink.
The collection is one of my own, Spooktacular Halloween. I embellished the shoelaces with a little witch’s broom. These are actually little broom sticks I bought for my sister’s Harry Potter baby shower repurposed for the perfect boot charm.
This boot is super cute. I added some ruffled crepe paper, light purple tulle and little bats to the inside. I also have a gold clothespin holding the word Spooky to the boot. That’s it for my embellishments!
I hope you enjoyed my project & thanks so much for stopping by!
I have a brand new tutorial for you that you can use for your Halloween goodies or really anytime of the year.
It is a Pocket Tag Mini Album that has a ton of space on the cover to fit goodies as well as two pockets on the inside. There is also room for you to add flaps or additional pockets inside or on the back.
Of course because it’s Halloween I wanted to get right into adding something a little spooky and added a tutorial for a Mini Ghost Pinata. I think this may be how I send treats to my nieces and nephews this year since it is cute enough to give as a gift but small enough that it isn’t too much candy!
You will find the full tutorial below as well as SVG’s you can use in your die cutting machine and PDF templates for the tags you can cut out as well.
Today’s project share is my Design Team Project for Craft Your Passion. I know, I know, Halloween has passed but I couldn’t pass up using this adorable image! The image I used is the Little Witch image and our sponsor this week is Fabrika Fantasy.
I made a 5 x 5 in card base and cut another base at 4 1/2. I offset the second base and layered it with pop dots on the first. I colored up my image with my Copics and Spectrum Noirs.
I added black tulle, sequins and a green bow for embellishment. I also added a die cut purple spider web.
There is still time for you to play along and link up your project here:
I hope you enjoyed my project & thanks for stopping by!