Halloween Window Box

Isn’t this a fun box? This is one of the projects Patty brought for us to do a couple of weeks ago. We used the Foil Frenzy Specialty Paper for the box, sponged a Metallic Foil Doily black, the scallop is the Spooky Night Designer Series Paper (layering Circles Framelits) & the sentiment is from the Spooky Cat stamp set.

I have to tell on myself. I totally put adhesive on all the flaps and sealed my box shut…..darn it! I was so mad at myself. But its ok, I will use it for a sample. The Foil Frenzy Paper is perfect for boxes, as its thicker than our other Designer Series Paper. You can see I used Dimensionals for each layer. The banner is from the Bunch of Banners Framelits. The box is from the Window Box Thinlits Dies. We also added a strip of the Spooky Night Dsp around the box. Finished it off with the 1/4″ Stitched-edge Ribbon. This one is Pumpkin Pie. I’m not a fan of this ribbon, but it works perfect for this project. The White Perfect Accents were painted with a Glittered Sharpie, pretty cool, isn’t it? We made this box before we had the Black Rhinestones. You could totally use them.

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2 Comments

  1. Christine Geary

    Cindee, I glued all my flaps together the first time too! Well, actually not all the flaps but the top and bottom one so you couldn’t open the “lid” part. I decided to cut off the one remaining side I hadn’t glued down to make it into a quasi-vase… I’d seen something along those lines on Pinterest. Glad to hear I’m not the only one;)

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