Use techniques like embossing, hand coloring and fussy cutting to create this ghoulish Halloween wall art.
Box One – Boo Spider: Cut or tear patterned paper to fit the inner dimensions of the box. Stamp the word BOO in the lower right corner. Ink the edges and attach to the tray. Stamp the spider image and emboss with clear embossing powder. Fussy cut around the spider and use a 3D Dot to attach.
Box Two – Dying to Be Here: Stamp the gravestone phrase and attach the paper to the tray. Stamp the skeleton image. Use colored pencils to shade in and add dimension. Fussy cut around each bone segment and attach each piece. Use 3D Dots for added depth. Stamp "Date Night" image and fussy cut just the skeleton's hat. Color hat band and adhere atop your pieced skeleton's head.
Box Three – October 31st: Stamp phrase and attach to tray. Stamp and fussy cut around the graveyard image. Use inks or colored pencils to add shading. Adhere to the bottom.
Box Four - Pumpkin: Cut or tear patterned paper to fit the inner dimensions of the box. Stamp the pumpkin in the lower center. Add desired shading using inks or colored pencils. Ink the edges and attach to the tray.
Box Five – Vampire Dance: Ink or chalk the edges of the pattern paper and attach to the tray. Stamp the Vampire Dance image and use the faux chalking technique to add additional color. Fussy cut and attach to the background. Stamp the tree image. Fussy cut just the top portion and leave a little tab at the base. Fold this tab back and use to attach to the tray.
Box Six – Happy Halloween: Cut or tear patterned paper to fit the inner dimensions of the box, leaving the strip slightly taller than the box requires. Ink the edges and roll the top and bottom into a scroll shape. Stamp phrase in the center and use 3D Dots to attach. If desired, add a metal embellishment into the top curl of the paper.
Box Seven – Steampunk Skeleton: Cut or tear patterned paper to fit the inner dimensions of the box. Ink the edges and attach. Stamp the skeleton image. Heat emboss with clear embossing powder. Use a sharp pointed scissors to cut close to all outer edges of the skeleton after stamping. Cut the skull away and attach the remaining piece to the back. Use 3Dots to attach the Skull.
Box Eight - Chandelier: Ink the edges of patterned paper and heat emboss using clear powder. Stamp the chandelier image and repeat embossing step. Add small crystals to embellish and attach vignette into the tray.
Box Nine – Eyeball: Create a unique design with ink in the background and use clear embossing powder to add texture. Stamp the eyeball, emboss with clear embossing powder, and cut out. Use colored pencils to shade in the eye. Attach using 3D Dots.
Box Ten – Skeleton Frame Bottle - Cut or tear patterned paper to fit the inner dimensions of the box. Select images and ephemera to create a vignette. Ink the edges and attach.
Box Eleven – Bats: Ink the edges of pattern paper and emboss. Stamp the casket image with gold ink and emboss. Use a craft knife to cut around 3 sides of the casket. Attach to the tray. Use 3D Dots to lift the lid of the casket. Fussy cut stamped and embossed bats and use 3D Dots to showcase them flying from the coffin.
Box Twelve – Keyhole: use colored pencils to create a wood grain background. Add ephemera and ink the edges before attaching to the tray.