As I was looking for Halloween inspiration online I came across the cutest idea from The Scrap Review. As soon as I saw it, I thought it was perfect! Not too scary but not too cutesy either. Of course, I pinned it on my Halloween board.
Here are my materials:
- 7.5" KraftBlok:
- Black Indoor Adhesive Vinyl
- Transfer Tape* (not pictured)
- Candy Corn
- Black Ribbon
If you are new to Silhouette and/or adhesive vinyl Silhouette America has detailed printable tutorials on their website. This is just a quick "Show & Tell."
The only thing I wanted to change was the text. I thought the phrase "Trick or Treat" was more appropriate seeing as the glass block was filled with candy corn. I chose Trick or Treat by Jamie Koay (Love her!) from the Silhouette online store. I re-sized it to 6.25 by 6.25 so it would fit inside the block nicely.
Then I used my Silhouette Cameo to cut the design. (See link above for details.) Next I weeded the vinyl.
|Cutting and weeding my design.|
I then used transfer tape to adhere my design on the front of the block.
|Using transfer tape.|
Note: Before I applied the design, I made sure the opening and plastic plug was on the bottom of the block.
|BOTTOM of the block.|
|Filled with candy corn.|
Finally, I wrapped the ribbon around the entire block and tied a bow. I chose wire ribbon because it holds a nice bow shape.
|The finished product!|
There you have it! Happy Halloween!