Spooky Shape Set) My son saw me working on this project and said,"Mom, you have a spider on your desk!" I told him I sure did but it was a chipboard spider. His response, "It's all fun and games until it's NOT a chipboard spider!" Silly kid!
Here is how to make the shaker ornament and treat bag.
Spooky Shape Set.
Glue the cardstock circle to the back of the jack-o-lantern.
Assemble the ornament by stacking as follows: base piece with plastic cover inserted. Spacer ornament shape. Second base piece with plastic cover. I used glue to attach my layers together. Clamp and allow the glue to dry.
Score a 6 1/2" x 3 1/2" black treat bag at 1/2" from the top edge. Add a panel of decorative paper, cut 6" x 3 3/8", to the front of the bag. Glue the spider web chipboard to the top left corner of the bag. Glue the assembled shaker ornament to the bag as shown. Glue the jack-o-lantern to the left edge of the shaker. Add the chipboard phrase to the lower right corner of the bag.
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Gypsy Soul Laser Cuts:
Spiders and Webs Shape Set (coming soon)
Spooky Shape Set
Double Sided Ornaments (coming soon)
Decorative paper: Authentique Enchanted
Spray mist: Tattered Angels Glimmer Mist Almost Black, Tattered Angles Chalkboard Mist Paint Chalk, Ranger Color Wash Sunset Orange
Ink: Ranger Distress Black Soot
Felt button: Hampton Art Ditto
Treat bag: Michael's Crafts
Ribbon and twine: Really Reasonable Ribbon Plaid Orange Ribbon with Black Stitching, Orange Burlap String, Black Burlap String
Sequins: Craft Medley
Mini clothes pins: Canvas Corp Brands Halloween
Adhesive: ATG tape runner, white glue, hot glue