Silly, I know, but I've always loved Halloween. I think originally because I always loved dressing up and coming up with ideas for costumes. That must be what led to me performing as a musical theater actress and costume designer for 15 years. Now, it translates into love of making Halloween projects. These are the projects we made in my Halloween class. Many of these you have already seen around, bless all the wonderful people who share their work. Click on the appropriate links to get the credits, ingredients, measurements and directions. Oh, and please leave me a note to let me know you visited. Thanks so much, and Happy Halloween!!
Wicked Cool Treat Slider Card
These are so fast and fun. I've made a bunch more and filled them with Candy Corn. So much nicer now that I don't have to stress about them ripping the card apart to get to the candy! LOL.
Ghost Treat Box Card
Another card that looked so difficult but was really easy to make. The original card that I cased this from used a stamp set for the face, but I thought it was really easy to just draw.
Even without having any candy attached, this was a really popular card in my class.
Haunted House Magical Marquee
Even though I showed this card earlier, I wanted to list it again so that it is easy to find the link and to also document my Halloween card class altogether, which leaves my final project...
Coffin Candy Box
Don't be intimidated by this project at all. It is really, really easy. The template is well-designed so the box and lid go together really easily. And excuse me while I pat myself on the back, but I was the winner of the LNS weekly challenge with this project. First time I think I have ever won anything!
Thanks so much for stopping by. Come back soon to see my projects for my Stamp-Set-of-the-Month class for Artistic Etchings.