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Next year, I really have to get more projects done BEFORE 31 Days of Halloween starts!
Found another fun/cute altering tutorial on how to make cauldron's out of a little GLAD containers.
Going make some more today and mail them out to the niece's and nephew's.
4 oz. GLAD container.
Sponged Black StazOn all over lid and container.
Sponged Silver Metallic Ink Refill all over each piece.
Used Crop-a-dile and punched two holes on the sides.
Cut a piece of picture wire to use for handle.
Lid has tailored Designer Paper (dp) ring (orange dp) that was hand cut.
Stamped bubbles with Smoky Slate ink and stamp from Halloween Hoot set (retired).
Center dp was punched with Scallop Circle Punch.
Stamp is from set Halloween Hoot (retired).
Stamped onto Whisper White card stock.
Colored in with Markers and fussy cut.
Crystal Effects over sign and frog.
Googlie eyes added to frog.
Hershey Kisses with fall colors.
All materials used are current Stampin' Up! unless otherwise noted.
OMG!! Love, love this!! How creative it is absolutely darling!! Another thing I must do! So many musts so little time!! This is a really unique wonderful project!!ReplyDelete
I would kiss that frog.ReplyDelete
What is it about googly eyes that are hypnotizing?
Cute idea! I've got some of those. Lucky nieces and nephews. Adorable froggy. xxDReplyDelete
What a be-witchingly fun idea. I am sure the kids will love them as much as we do. Thanks for the details on how you made it.ReplyDelete
Totally wicked cauldron, love it! Adorable froggy! Yes, another must do!ReplyDelete
Such a cute project. Love the frog! Love your cauldron!ReplyDelete
Oh how cute are they in a creeperific way! What fun!ReplyDelete
As always, you have such terrific ideas! Love the froggie on top!ReplyDelete
Cute project! Love the cauldron.ReplyDelete
Such a wonderful use of the plastic container awesomeReplyDelete
What a neat idea! Love the froggie.ReplyDelete
What a great effect, it really looks like metal! I love the little kissy froggy!ReplyDelete
FABULOUS !! I just adore that froggy :-D xxxxReplyDelete
Another title could be "Free Warts"!!! What a clever thing to do with those tiny Glad containers! You have a very creative mind! I love it!ReplyDelete