Sunday, October 11, 2009


Halloween Candle Tin
By: Debbie Nicholas

Supplies used:

Rusty Pickle Adams Family patterned paper - Pugsley
Rusty Pickle Adams Family patterned paper - Uncle Fester
Rusty Pickle Adams Family patterned paper - Morticia
Bazzill orange cardstock
American Crafts Premium ribbons
Fancy Pants Harvest Buttons
Rusty Pickle Halloween Stickers
Drippy Goo punch

How to:
I covered the biscuit tin with orange bazzill cardstock. I then added a strip of Pugsley paper around the middle and fastened it in place with double sided tape.  Ontop of this i then added a strip of the American Craft ribbon and finished the centre off with a rosette made from one of the Rusty Pickle Halloween Stickers, the edges were inked and it was mounted onto crinkles Morticia paper.

I punched 2 strips of the Uncle Fester paper with the drippy goo punch and adhered those to the top and the bottom of the tin. This was then finished off with a little strip of the Morticia paper.

The lid was covered in co ordinating papers and finished with a spooky halloween sticker, again from the Rusty pickle range.

The candles were simply covered with a strip of the Uncle Fester paper and one of the little pop out images inserted into the space between the candle and paper.  **this would need removing before the candle is lit**
The last candle was given a little collar using the Fancy Pants buttons.  I simply threaded the buttons with coloured jute and fastened it at the back of the candle.

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