Hi everyone, I'm participating with the Designer Craft Connection blog hop and this month we are working with Styletech Craft. They have a wide variety of craft vinyl in a variety of styles and colors.
Halloween is coming. Are you ready? See how I used Styletech vinyls to create an assortment of Halloween party themed decorations.
I found this spider frame last year and thought it needed some altering. I used etchallⓇ etching crème on the glass (etching directions can be found here), then I painted the frame with Prima Marketing paints.
To decorate the frame, I die cut Purple vinyl for the graveyard scene.
I placed Silver vinyl on black cardstock then die cut it with a pennant banner.
Next, I die cut letters from Copper vinyl and placed them atop the banner.
All pieces were added to the spider frame along with a trio of ghosts.
And added them around a large goblet.
Using Spellbinders dies, I die cut Purple, Copper and Olive vinyls.
Cutting orange cardstock 4" x 4". Each was scored in half to create the candy bag toppers. Silver vinyl was adhered to each topper and the die cut elements added to the corners. Phrases were stamped on Olive vinyl with StazOn Piano Black Ink - no smearing!! Each phrase was then die cut and added to the bag toppers.
Candy was added to bags and the toppers were then attached.
Please stop by the Designer Craft Connection blog for a list of designers participating in this blog hop.
Thanks for stopping by.
wow - I am not sure which project is my favorite. You really went all out!ReplyDelete
Thanks Janet. Fun to work with.Delete
eek! Darling projects - I want to party with you!!ReplyDelete
Very cool to show that you can cut the vinyl with manual dies as well as an electronic cutting machine.
Thanks Susie. I definitely had fun.Delete
These are all great. My favorite has to be the frame. Great projects.ReplyDelete
Holy wow! I seriously love them all but I think the frame is my favorite. Very cool!ReplyDelete
Love all these projects! The dies work great with this vinyl. Love PennyReplyDelete
So many great project ideas!ReplyDelete
Thank you Morena.Delete