Can you even believe tomorrow is October 1st?? I can’t. I wanted fall to get here so badly, and here it is — temps in the 60’s, a trip to the pumpkin patch scheduled for this weekend, planning Christmas decorations…errr, um, Halloween decorations. Uh huh.
I can’t get enough of the fun Halloween scrapbook papers and sparkly stickers I see everywhere. I grab them up more often than I should, with the plan to make something with all of ’em. Adorable.
Tonight I did a quick project that turned out pretty cauuute and wanted to share it with you in honor of the start of the bewitching month. 😉 I started with a scrap piece of wood from the garage and some fun paper. I used my spray adhesive to glue the paper to the wood, then cut around it with the x-acto knife:
I cut out some solid paper with my $1.99 scalloped scissors from Hob Lob and glued it on too:
(Sorry for the awful picture!) Ha! You can see the shadow of my hands taking the picture! Looks like a ghost. 🙂
Then the fun starts…I used a circle puncher to make a “moon,” then added some of my cutey sparkly bats:
Then added some foam letters:
And used my new Martha Stewart glitter/glue to glam them up:
Can I tell you something? I’m not loving the Martha glitter. I thought I would love it — I should because I spent a pretty penny on it! It just doesn’t hold as well as my regular, cheapy glitter. I’m actually going to have to go over these again because the glitter just didn’t stay on. Bummer!!