Sunday, October 13, 2013

Halloween Configuration Book Part 10

Hi bloggers! Hope you're all having an awesome weekend.

Today we're going to work on the wreath. 

 Gather some supplies. Black soot distress stain, ripe persimmon reinker, crinkle ribbon, our wreath, some more die cut bats and a mini mister bottle. 

Fill the mini mister bottle with water and add a dropper full of ripe persimmon reinker. 

Spray both sides of the wreath and dry with a heat tool.

Ink the wreath with a little distress ink on an ink bending tool.

Spray the crinkle ribbon with water. 

Apply black soot distress stain directly to your craft sheet. Pick up the ink with the ribbon. Repeat if necessary. 

Dry the ribbon with a heat tool and scrunch it up as it dries.

If you want to glitter you bat apply a generous coat of glue n seal and dip the bat into black soot dry glitter. 

Glue the elements into the little box.

Have a creative day! 
Thanks for stopping in. 


Redanne said...

Hi Richele, the bat looks amazing against the red wreath, looking forward to doing this element....

Scrapthat said...

Another great piece in your work of art! Very ghoul Richele!

Tamara said...

love the wreath.

Lynne said...
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Lynne said...

Thanks Richele.

Rea' said...

So fun !!

Lori said...

I absolutely love this project. I just found it! When do you anticipate all the boxes will be on-line?

Kathleen Harrington said...

Finished this box, but oops, thought it was an empty box under the lantern with skeleton box. I had filled the little box with the "bloody fog" that I'd made for the trick r treaters box, and then glued a little black cat on top of that. When I saw that there is a wreath in this box, I pried up kitty, painted a little wreath with Orange Marmalade Paint Dauber, and glued sparkly kitty back on. Sparkly kitty has a little pumpkin juice from the wreath, another oops. What a sweet little box.