Authentique Paper is the durability and texture of the paper
and cardstock stickers. When you have confidence in a paper
like Authentique, you can set out to craft just about anything!
covering with various patterns of Enchanted, a couple
of svg files (bats and spider's web),
painted the backs and sides with a black acrylic paint.
After tracing and cutting out the shapes from the
Enchanted patterned papers, I applied them to the letters
with a quick dry glue.
cardstock stickers to a bamboo skewer...just cut a backing
of the same size and apply to the back to hide the stick!
The chipboard pennants by Maya Road were also
painted black and then spelled out CREEPY with
sticker letters from last year's Glowing Collection.
download the free svg file here. I also made a rosette,
which gave a little more color to the heavily black color
scheme that I had going on in that area. For added texture,
I decided that my bat fellow needed a couple of black
pom-poms on his front...fun!
And now for a quick and super-easy tutorial that will come
in handy when deciding on those clever treats for school
parties or your most favorite trick-or-treators!
ENCHANTED TREAT CARDS
and how wide you'd like them to be will decide how
many sheets of your favorite Enchanted paper that
you'll use. I will give directions for making these in a
Hershey bar size :)
SUPPLIES FOR 4 CARDS:
-1-12x12 sheet Charmed Paper
-Free SVG file for the bats click here
-Spellbound Paper for bats and the back
side for stamping the image on
-Glowing Paper for 3.5" scalloped circle
-Glowing Hours Unity/Authentique Co-Branded Stamp
(you can find that stamp right here!)
-Black ink pad & acrylic block
-Enchanted Sticker Strip
-Buttons and baker's twine (optional)
-Paper trimmer & corner rounding punch
the pocket. Add bat to the top of the fold (as shown).
Attach sticker strip just under the bat. Next, cut the 3.5"
scalloped shape in half and adhere just under the sticker strip.
Trim, corner round edges and attach to front with
foam dots it desired.
many different and fun ways! Cut them down a
bit and add a gift card before giving.
I hope that you'll give this project a try :)
Please leave a comment if you have any questions
and I'll get an answer to you as quickly as I can.
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