Good evening! I hope you are all having a wonderful week! The weather here has been warmer than usual, so we've been enjoying some extra time outside - we have to take advantage of it before it turns cold for good!!
The project I have to share tonight is a Halloween decoration I made for my front door.
I started with letters that I bought from Hobby Lobby that are about 1 inch thick and 6 inches tall. I painted the sides and backs of the letters with black acrylic paint.
Then I traced around the letters on the back side of pattern papers and cut them out by hand. I used Mod Podge to adhere the pattern papers to the front of the letters.
Finally I cut out various images with my cricut, stuck them on the letters and tied the letters together with orange crinkle ribbon. Pretty easy and now we have a fun Halloween decoration for the front door!
I'm going to enter this project into two challenges. The first is over at Go Fish, where the challenge is to create a 3D Halloween project. I'm also going to submit this into the Little Monsters challenge at My Craft Spot where you must include a monster on your project.
Thanks for coming by to take a look at my creation!!
BOO letters from Hobby Lobby
Black acrylic paint
Pattern papers from The Paper Studio
Solid cardstock from Bazzill and Recollections
Pumpkin from Create a Critter 2 cut at 3 inches
Spider from Doodlecharms cut at 3 inches
Ghost from Simply Charmed cut at 3.5 inches
Green monster from Create a Critter 2 cut at 3.5 inches
Bat from Simply Charmed cut at 2.5 inches
Orange monster from Mini Monsters cut at 3 inches
Faces from Peachy Keen Stamps Monster Mash Assortment