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September 25, 2012

Design Team: Kim Gaughan Week 12 Team 4

Halloween Door Hanger

Kim Gaughan has an adorable Halloween project today! See how she created this adorable Halloween Door Hanger below!

Happy Tuesday!

Today's project is a Halloween Door Hanger, great for treats (not tricks!) or even for just a decoration!

I used a vintage Halloween pumpkin on this project. I love vintage Halloween decor!!! It's fun and cute but still kinda spooky and creepy at the same time. I still remember some of the old vintage decorations my Mom had hanging up for Halloween when I was a kid. Especially a vintage halloween cat that she used to hang up on the wall. I loved that cat! Hmmm.... I think I am off to make another door hanger now...

Worldwin Paper - 12x12 Copper Ore Petallics Cardstock, Black and white Cardstock
SVG Cuts - December Door Hangers SVG Kit; Midnight Jamboree SVG Kit
Ink: Purple
Stamps: Graphic 45 Happy Hauntings #2
Scotch Quick Dry Adhesive

How To:

Import the Snowman Door Hanger pieces into SCAL 3 and cut out at the size per the instructions. You will only need the scallop back base, the white base piece on top, the box, the nameplate and oval. Stamp the stars stamp all over the white background in purple ink and let dry (by Graphic 45 Happy Hauntings #2). Also stamp the "A Jolly Halloween" saying onto the white oval and let dry. I inked the edges of both white cardstock pieces in purple ink.

Next cut out 4 bats from Midnight Jamboree at 2.5 inches wide and the squat jack at 4.25 inches wide in black cardstock. To get the background for the squat jack, I imported another squat jack svg at 2.5 inches wide and right clicked select all and then break apart and deleted all of the face and curved pieces and cut out the outline in copper cardstock.

Once everything is dry, adhere everything together as per the picture.

There you have it, a spooky cute Halloween Door Hanger ready for treat giving or for your own home decor!

Have a great day!


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