Hi friends! It’s Joy here, sharing a spooky Halloween paper lantern with you today. This will add a creepy, but cool, element to your haunted decor!
Spooky Halloween Lantern Supplies:
- Core’dinations Bright Colors Core Cardstock
- Core’dinations Tillie Dot Spotted Cardstock
- Core’dinations Core Basics Black
- Core’dinations Vellum Transparent Paper
- Lantern SVG from Spooky Soiree Kit by SVGCuts
- Darice Halloween LED Tea Lights
- Darice Self Stick Gems Orange
- Sand It Gadget & Dust Buddy
- Embossing Folder: Cuttlebug
- Cut ‘n’ Boss Embossing Machine
- Xyron 9″ Creative Station and 3″ Sticker Maker
- Silhouette Cameo
Step 1. Cut the lantern pieces using Core’dinations Bright Color cardstock along with solid black, vellum and black spotted Tillie Dot using your favorite electronic die cut machine.
Step 2. Emboss and sand all of the orange pieces and the black Spotted Tillie Dot spider using the Core’dinations Sand It Gadget.
Step 3. After embossing and sanding the pieces, I ran them through the Xyron 9″ Creative Station and the Xyron 3″ Sticker Maker. Those machines helped me quickly add adhesive to the panel pieces.
Step 4. I used a liquid adhesive to help me adhere the vellum to the inside of the lantern. By the way, that vellum cut without a problem in my Silhouette Cameo. YAY!
Step 5. Assemble the lantern and spider. Add two Darice Self Stick Gems to create eyes for the spider. Spooky!
Step 6. Add a Darice Halloween LED Tea Light to your lantern. I got black tea lights. They look cool!
Turn on your tea light and you’re ready to be spooky!
Halloween Layout Supplies:
- Chalk Core
- Black Magic
- Core Essentials
- Sand It Gadget & Dust Buddy
- Dies: Tim Holtz, Lifestyle Crafts, Papertrey Ink
- Sequins: American Crafts
- Twine: The Twinery
- Button: October Afternoon
- Embossing Folder: Stampin Up
- Label Maker
- Cut N Boss
Step 1. Using a ruler and cutting tool, cut the grid pattern in 1″ increments. Within those 1″ pieces, cut out a smaller square. Where some of the lines meet, punch a whole for added interest. Lay a piece of Black Magic Cardstock underneath it and score the lines that will appare in the negative image of the squares you just cut.
Step 2. Flip over the Black Magic and sand the scored lines, remove dust with Dust Buddy. Line them up again and adhere. Add your additional elements like the sanded doily cut from Chalk Core. Cut the ghosts from the vellum cardstock.
Step 3. Emboss a piece of vellum and add your title along with some additional embellishments.
TWO more days for our Give-a-way on Facebook!!! We are giving away 10 packs of Black Magic! Black Magic is our go-to cardstock for Halloween here at Core’dinations.
You have until 5 pm EST on FRIDAY to leave a comment to win!
Charlotte created THE cutest monsters! Aren’t these guys adorable? They are colorful, full of texture and down right festive! Char used her Cricut and the Mini Monster cartridge to create these little guys. Next, she ran them through her Cuttlebug with various embossing folders to create the cool textures. Just add a little sanding and some googley eyes and you have the perfect project for Halloween. (P.S. Make sure you scroll down for our Facebook contest we announced today)
Here they are individually. SO CUTE!
TRICK OR TREAT!!!!
AND MAKE SURE YOU CHECK OUT OUR FACEBOOK PAGE! WE ARE DOING A HUUUUUUUGE GIVE-A-WAY FOR HALLOWEEN.
Over the next week leading up until Halloween, we want to share with you some fun projects the Design Team has spooked up for you to make your Halloween festive and fun!
Isn’t this the most festive and cute Halloween project??? The doilies are the perfect touch..and who doesn’t love monsters? SO CUTE!
Well, we all know that Halloween is hauntingly sweet. And we just had to share with you some SWEET cards from the Design Team today.
You are going to see a TON of our Black Magic Collection popping up over the next few weeks because it is perfect for Halloween! Sanding that black away to show the oranges and purples below is the perfect color combo for this time of year.
Ellen Sosnoski used the purple Core on this card:
Inside of the pop-up card:
Debbie Standard used the orange core on her card:
Embossing dies used from Provocraft.
Have a Hauntingly Sweet Week!