Be safe tonight!
Be safe tonight!
Today I am sharing my DIY: Halloween Lace Jars & Bottles.
These may look familiar to you, I shared them with A Rosie Sweet Home readers earlier this week!
These are a perfect addition to your spooky Halloween Decor.
I started with 1 bottle & 2 jars.
You will also need lace to cover the jars with, I picked up a $3 table cloth at the Dollar Store, I have tons left over!
You`ll also need Mod Podge, paint brush, decorative tags (I made my own) & ribbon.
I painted the jars with Mod Podge and then covered with the lace that I had cut to fit.
Add more Mod Podge as needed to keep lace in place, let dry.
I put the tags together using stickers and cardstock. I added decorative ribbon to complete the jars. And I filled with bubble gum balls and liquorice, yum!
I am really happy with the way these Lace Jars turned out and I cannot wait to display them for Halloween!
These will definitely make a great addition to my Daughters Halloween Sleepover tonight!
Today I`m sharing with you Halloween Paper Cartons & Bottles.
We are so close to Halloween now, isn’t it great!!
My Daughter wanted to have a Halloween sleepover this year. We decided to have it this Friday night.
Check out her invitation, I made it using Smilebox.
I blocked out some info on the bottom, but you get the idea!
I really love the sugar skulls, they are so popular – perfect for a tween girl Halloween Sleepover.
I also made these cartons and this bottle as part of her Halloween sleepover decor, they are too cute!
They are pretty simple to put together, here they are once they’ve been cut.
I used double sided tape when putting these together. It really only took me about 15 mins to put together 3 of these once I had them cut out. Pre-fold along all the perforations, the bottle is more tricky to put together than the cartons.
I went through my stash of Halloween embellishments and decorated the cartons just a bit!
Stay tuned for Make the Scene Monday, it will
be live in a little while!!
Hi, I'm Sarah. I am so happy you stopped by for a visit. I love holidays and decorating for each and every one. I am a collector of scrapbook paper, paint and anything I can re-purpose. Join me on my journey to create. [Read More …]
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