Last years project with this years tutorial…

Sep 23, 2008

I have had several people email me regarding this “Spooktacular” sign. So I thought I would do a little tutorial since the products are in stores right now…. So here ya go…

Products:
Maya Road Philadelphia Uppercase Alphabet
Maya Road Midnight Black Velvet Ric Rac
Maya Road Star Coaster Album
Maya Road Motifs Chipboard Set
Black Boa
Wide Orange Ribbon
Daisy D’s Spooky Dot (any Halloween patterned paper will work)
Stickles
(Orange Peel)
Ranger Adirondack Acrylic Paint Dabber (Gold)
Martha Stewart Glitter (Florentine Gold)
Making Memories Glitter (Black)
Making Memories Paint (Black)
Pre-painted Wooden Plaque (Michael’s)

Tools:
Hot Glue Gun
Paint Brush
Paper Trimmer
Fiskars Scissors
Liquid Adhesive
Fiskars Hand Drill

Instructions:

  • Accent all orange painted areas on the wooden plaque using Stickles Orange Peel…
  • Cover inside portion of your wooden plaque using patterned paper
  • Paint chipboard alphabet and small star gold, apply gold glitter, let dry
  • Paint one Chipboard Star page using black paint (front and back), apply black glitter, let dry
  • Adhere the small gold star on top of the black star, let dry
  • Adhere altered letters to top of patterned paper in center of plaque
  • Using your drill, drill a hole in the lower right section of the plaque about a 1/4 of the way from the center. (you want your star to hang off center)
  • Attach your altered Chipboard star using the ball chain that comes with the coaster album
  • Using a hot glue gun adhere the black boa all around the edge of the wooden plaque
  • Using a hot glue gun create your hanger by attaching the wide orange ribbon, midnight black velvet ric rac to the top of each end of your plaque
  • Accent each end with a bow using midnight black velvet ric rac

Enjoy! If you have any questions just comment and I will reply there… some might have the same questions too!

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  • BethW

    Oh yeah-my fav holiday and this is super cool! :mrgreen:

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