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Tuesday, October 1, 2013

Fright Night Frame *Paper House*

Hi there friends and happy first day of October. This project is actually part of my September projects with Paper House but I thought of sharing it on the first day of October since we are celebrating Halloween this month. 

Fright Night Frame
Size: 8 x 10

Supplies Used:
Papers- Halloween Collage (P-0508E); Trick or Treat (P-0506E); Fright Night (P-0505E)
Stickers- Haunted House (STDM- 0098E); Happy Haunting (STDM- 0099E)
Rubons- Happy Haunting (RUB GL-0039E
Others- Twine, Frame, Cotton, Border punch, Adhesives

 The glass part of this frame accidentally broke but I liked the simple black frame so I kept it. It was the perfect foundation for my newest Halloween home d├ęcor project. I loved the dimensional stickers that Paper House carries. With them, I didn’t need to add to much more to create this spooky project. To continue with the “dimensional” aspect of this project, I added some cotton around the top of the page to mimic fog and clouds.

Instructions:
1. Cut out the title “fright night” from paper. Adhere to the right side of the frame backing. Cut out a 5” wide of Trick or Treat paper and adhere to the left side of the page. Punch out a border from Halloween Collage paper and trim into a strip. Adhere over the other two papers. Cut out a ½” strip from the Fright Night paper. Fold and scrunch up paper to create some dimension and adhere over the scallop paper border. Cut the two ends into notches.  Place the frame backing with the frame and secure.

2.  Adhere the stickers. Create a spider web going down to the spider sticker with twine. Adhere the top end to the back of the frame.

3. Add some bat rubons to the top left side of the frame.


4. Pull out some cottons from a cotton ball until you have your desires “cloud” look. Adhere to the frame.

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Till next time,
Grace 

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