Easy DIY Halloween Crafts is the first of 4 videos I will be doing for the Holiday Season. I’ve teamed up with Creative Fabrica to bring you plenty of holiday project ideas.
Join me each month to see the projects I will be sharing with you. Each part of the series will include the following types of projects;
Vinyl and/or HTV
There’s something for everyone! Let me know in the comments below which project if your favorite.
Treat Bag Toppers
For the first of the Easy DIY Halloween Crafts, I made these adorable treat bag toppers. Gnomes are so popular right now and I fell in love when I saw them. The nice thing about Creative Fabrica is you can see the artist that created the item you’re looking at. In this case, it’s Swing Stationary. So, when I saw the gnomes in a “Halloween Projects” search I was able to open it and then see the artists’ home page. That’s how I found the bat card that I turned into a topper. Both of the bag toppers were intended to be cards, but in the video tutorial below (at timestamp 00:59) I’ll show you how I turned a card into a treat bag topper. Or maybe you will want to use them as cards?
Witch, Please Wine Glass
I recently hosted a Girls Stamping Retreat for my 2 besties and made them some gifts. Why not share them with you as part of the EASY DIY Halloween Crafts right? The wine and shot glasses were so easy to make. Do you have a Homesense near you? Watch for sales or seasonal items to appear so you can pick up things to craft with. I got the shot glasses some time ago, but I knew this would be a fun craft when Halloween presented itself. If you’re on a budget don’t overlook the Dollar Store. They have a fair amount of dishes. The quality is very respectable too. You just have to keep an eye out. Watch for sales at Michaels too as you can save a lot when you buy at the end of the season.
Trick or Treat Bag
In the Easy DIY Halloween Crafts video (Below) you will see I really struggled to get a nice transfer onto the Michaels Canvas Bag. Feeling disappointed with the quality of the bag and its lack of being able to be ironed flat, I decided to pick up some pillowcases and sublimated them. As you can see the transfer is wonderful. If you find the pillowcases are too deep cut them to the desired size then make a new hem. Depending on how deep you want them you will likely get 2 bags from one pillowcase. Especially if you buy king-size.
HTVRont Auto Heat Press
I’ve worked with HTVRont in the past so when they asked me to review this machine I immediately said I would. As soon as I opened it I fell in love with the color. Mine’s teal unlike the white one in the image. You can see what the teal looks like in the video. Watch for my full review coming soon. If you just can’t wait to preorder you can do that here.
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Until I see you again, Take Care & Happy Stamping!
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