What fun I had making this for my grand daughter!!! The paper is K & Company as are most of the embellishments.
There’s a video on YouTube, also:
The skeleton head was designed in Inkscape, uploaded to SCAL, then cut on my Cricut. She was then crackle painted and I added orange glitter to the eyes, nose and teeth. Graycee always has a headband on, so I made one with orange ribbon.
Be sure not to glue the paper completely to the chipboard, as the black tag tucks inside the web. See the video to see what I mean. The beautiful paper has the spiderweb already on it, so it was just a matter of adhering to the chipboard and cutting around it. The tag is embossed with “Spooky” and various hallowe’en themed things. The KC spiders are so cute with the bobbly eyes!
This page was really easy, just a witch hat with ribbon, then added orange foam sticker letters to spell “Wicked”. I designed the hat in Inkscape then cut with SCAL.
When you place the ribbon, remember to keep the back open so the tag will slip in. I cut 6 tags that were identical. The top tag is embossed with Ultra Thick Embossing Powder to give it shine. The skeleton is behind a piece of clear plastic ‘window’ and is sandwiched between two tags. A ribbon holds all the tags together. I distressed them in black ink, then sprayed with glitter mist.
I purchased the pumpkins at a dollar store. No cutting, just some distressing with black ink. I used StazOn because it’s a plastic surface. The front has a simple frame tag folded up and I used brads to attach it.
The back has a heart punched out, then I slipped in the StampinUp heart treat cup. It’s filled with little black and purple bats that I found at a dollar store.
What fun making the tags for this envelope pocket!! I’m not that clever to design them; I got the idea from a fellow YouTuber. And, sadly, I can’t remember who.
Again, I designed the coffin door in Inkscape then cut with Cricut. The front is painted purple, overlayed with black paint, then crackled. The inside is distressed and stamped with a stamp I got in the dollar bin at Michaels. The door handle is by Tim Holtz.
I created my ghost wide and deep enough to hold a flap of paper 4 x 12 folded four times. I used a tag brad to hold the folded paper closed. I painted him white and distressed with black then glittered the edges with black Stickles.
The double slider is simple to make yet so impressive! Once the pictures are added to the slider, it will slide back into the slot easier.
K & Company has such cute, fun embellishments! My graveyard scene uses the tombstones from their series. I cut the fence with my Cricut. Then I painted it black and used clear Ultra Thick Embossing Powder on it. The flap at the top of the page opens up for a picture and journalling.