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Wednesday, October 21, 2015

Stampin' Up All Boxed Up - Spooky!

Well, I'm a little on the late side with my blog tonight.  We are in the middle of some major remodeling and I will be so glad when it is completed.  What a task it is turning out to be!

I put the finishing touches on my Stampin' Up All Boxed Up Spooky Halloween Box when we got home tonight!  Check it out!






































My top, bottom, side and back panels were decorated with Stampin' Up's Happy Haunting Designer Series Paper.

I cut a piece of the Happy Haunting DSP and adhered it with Mono MultiPurpose Glue to one of SU's clothespins.  

I stamped the bat from SU's Cheer All Year Stamp Set, fussy cut it and adhered it also with Mono MultiPurpose Glue to the clothespin.  

The word SPOOKY is from SU's Black Glimmer Paper and die cut using SU's Seasonal Frame Thinlits Dies.  

I tied a bow with SU's Silver Cording and adhered it to the clothespin with a rolled up glue dot.  

The word BOO is from SU's Perfect Plum Card Stock, die cut with SU's Boo to You Framelits Dies and adhered with Stampin' Dimensionals.

Below is a picture of the back of the box:





























































I stamped this pumpkin and stem from SU's Haunt Ya Later Stamp Set on SU's Shimmery White Card Stock and sponged it with SU's Tangelo Twist Ink.  I colored in the stem with an Old Olive Stampin' Write Marker and adhered it to the pumpkin and then adhered it to the bottom front panel of the box all with Mono MultiPurpose Glue.  

This sweet little black cat also from SU's Haunt Ya Later Stamp Set was stamped on SU's Shimmery White Card Stock and water colored with SU's new Basic Black Archival Ink.  I fussy cut it and adhered it next to the pumpkin.

I stamped the small black bat from SU's Witches Night Stamp Set on SU Shimmery White Card Stock.  I fussy cut it and adhered it above the pumpkin with a rolled up glue dot.

For both bottom side panels, I stamped the two bottles from SU's Sweet Hauntings Stamp Set on Whisper White Card Stock; one with SU Perfect Plum Ink and one with SU Old Olive Ink.  These were all adhere to the bottom side panels with Mono Multi Purpose Glue.

I stamped and cut more of the bats from SU Witches Night Stamp Set and adhered them above the bottles with a rolled up glue dot.

Phew...that was a lot of work and a lot of Stampin' Up product.  I hope you enjoyed seeing my project.

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1 comment:

  1. This Halloween box just couldn't have turned out any cutier. I'm seriously in love with that kitty. Thanks for sharing.

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