Saturday, October 30, 2010

One Last...

Halloween project! This time it's a little magnet tin I made for PSA Essentials:

The tin was covered with patterned paper and I embellished it with some ric rac felt trim and and these adorable images the U.B.U. Happy Halloween set. I also added some epoxy stickers; sort of like the witch's brew is bubbling over:


I covered the inside with patterned paper, too, and made some cute magnets out of buttons! I simply stamped, colored and punched out theses cute images, adhered them onto the button and covered them completely with Glossy Accents. I then sprinkled some glitter over the top while it was still wet.


When completely dry, I added a piece of magnet strip onto the backside of the buttons and placed them inside my tin. Another fun non-edible Halloween treat!

I'll be back soon to share Halloween photos. I've been a busy mama lately; gluing, sewing and shopping for bits and pieces of my daughter's Halloween costume. She's so excited to see it come all together. And I'll be relieved when it's all over!






Stamps: U.B.U. Happy Halloween (PSA Essentials)
Paper: Orange Citrus Dots, Whoo-Ligans Stripe (Bo Bunny), Simply Chartreuse, Stamper’s Select White and True Black (Papertrey Ink)
Ink: Vintage Touch Chai & Chamomile and True Black (Papertrey Ink), Black, Orange & Black (PSA Essentials)
Other: Copic Markers, circle punches, Orange Zest, Ripe Avocado and Lavendar Moon vintage buttons (Papertrey Ink), magnet tape, Glossy Accents (Ranger), tin, adhesive epoxy dots, small ric rac border die (Papertrey Ink), foam mounting tape

5 comments:

ileana said...

Beautiful project! love the details you added, pretty!!! hugs,

Debgem said...

Jennifer - what a brilliant idea!! The little magnets are so cute - and I do like that they're non-edible!!

lynn said...

adorable project, jennifer:)

Carol Marschel said...

You are my papercrafting idol! This is adorable!!

Julia Aston said...

what a cute project Jennifer! love those button magnets - very creative and colorful!

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