eBrush Design Team: Lisa Somerville Week 2 Cycle 1
Lisa has done it again! She has brought us another beautifully created grouping!
Hi, and welcome to the Craftwell Blog! Lisa here today, with some hauntingly fun Halloween projects to share with you! If you love Halloween and are looking for a few frightful ideas for your home décor, I've created some easy to make projects using the eBrush!
I had a blast creating these Halloween Home decor projects with the eBrush, a few items from my craft stash that were waiting to be recycled, White Vinyl and Sharpie Markers.
My post is rather heavy with photos to show step outs, so grab your favorite cuppa and join me, as I show you how I transformed my pieces using the eBrush
Using your electronic die cutting machine and die cut the SVG files you would like to use from White Vinyl or card stock. I prefer the vinyl as it will easily attach to my projects.
Apply the Witches shoes cut from Vinyl to your bottle
Working on a Non Stick Craft mat, use a Silver Sharpie and the eBrush to spray your bottle
Completely cover the bottle, let dry
Remove Vinyl and embellish as desired. Be sure to seal your bottle, bottle should be hand washed only.
Apply Vinyl die cut to Mason Jar as shown, use the eBrush and a Black Sharpie to add color to the jar
Completely cover the die cut vinyl
Dry completely and remove vinyl. Seal jar with sealer, jar should be hand washed.
Place vinyl die cut over coaster as shown, use eBrush and Silver Sharpie Marker to add color
Cover entire area
Let dry, and remove vinyl. Seal before using
On this second coaster, I had die cut the words from vinyl, and used a Silver Sharpie Marker and the eBrush to add color. Once the Silver was dry to the touch, I used the eBrush and a Black Sharpie Marker to apply color over the Shattered Glass Stencil
The frame had previously been covered with old booknote papers and I thought it would be perfect for this project. Using the eBrush and Black Sharpie Marker, apply color over the Shattered Glass Stencil
Move the stencil and repeat until the frame is covered
For the inside of the frame, I die cut some text from vinyl as shown
Using the eBrush, and Copic Markers, apply color to the vinyl die cuts as shown. To protect the other areas from color, I covered them with scrap paper
Continue adding color as desired, allow vinyl to dry
Apply Transfer tape over color vinyl and adhere to scrapbook paper
Using stencils, add color to the paper mache pumpkin using the eBrush and Sharpie Markers. I used Neon Orange and Orange. Allow to dry, seal the pumpkin so it's easy to keep clean. Embellish as desired.
After using the eBrush to add color to the pumpkin, I added color to the vinyl die cut words using the same method as I did on the frame and adhered it to the pumpkin.