Let’s make a Halloween Coffin Wreath by Stampin Up
In the Stampin’ Up Holiday Catalog is a partial wreath made from the Coffin Boxes. 25 of them in fact. I thought it would be fun to make one and it occurred to me you might want to make one as well. What a great way to decorate for Halloween and have some fun with the children crafting. Not to mention it is sturdy enough to use next year.
Here is a list of the supplies you are going to need:
Coffin Boxes x 3 you will use 25
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You are also going to need these non Stampin’ Up products, Glue Gun and Glue Sticks, Wire Wreath Frame (Standard 16″ diameter wreath)
Halloween Coffin Wreath Direction:
Use Sponge duper with Stazon Ink on Shimmer Detailed Laser- Cut Specialty Paper to turn black.
Use several loops and tails of ribbon to create bow (5 for each side)
Ink up coffin boxes with whisper white craft and then Gold Delicata. Re-ink either color as necessary
Use glue gun to glue sides of boxes together with bottom of each coffin facing towards the center of the wreath.
Bottom Should be used as placement guide to create circle shape.
Once coffins are glued together, stabilized by using glue gun to attach boxes to wreath form. this will help flatten them out as well.
Run Basic Black Card stock through embossing folder.
Use coffin lid as stencil, trace lid piece onto backside of embossing panel to know where to cut lid top. Ink up embossing panel and adhere to top of wreath randomly.
Let me know if you have enjoyed making this project. I always like doing different crafts. Stampin’ Up products allows me to do other crafts with the same projects. I love making cards with the high quality card stock offered, but the real positive is getting them at a discount. Check out some of perks of being a Paper Crafter and join Stampin’ Up.
After finishing this Coffin Wreath, I wanted to have some more Halloween fun. So I have been playing with doing some wood signs. Halloween is a fun time of the year. So why not take a Flying Lesson.
Elaine (Witchy Poo)