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Wednesday, October 27, 2010

Happy Haunting To You!!!

We're counting down the days until Halloween!


Four more days until candy is the main food source of many households.lol

We're also counting down the days until Friday. We have a fun way to celebrate Halloween with you and give you a chance to win. 

That though is not until Friday!

So be sure to check back in with us then.

Today we have some more fun projects the Designers made using Echo Park Paper's Happy Halloween collection and of course Glue Arts Adhesive Products. Because when you need it to stick...you need Glue Arts!






Happy Haunting Card
Designer: Patti Milazzo

Supplies:
Glue Arts: 
Glue Glider Pro with
1/4 Perma Tac Cartridge Refill - Pro
3D Combo Pac – U Cut It Adhesive Foam

Echo Park Paper:
Happy Halloween pattern paper – Spooky Dots, Bat Festival, Spider Webs, Costume Party and Halloween Border Stripe; Happy Halloween Scary Story Cards; Happy Halloween Element Stickers
Other: Glitter Glue, Dimensional Liquid

Instructions:
1. Cut 5” x 7” piece of Spooky Dots pattern paper as card front.
2. Cut 4” x 5” piece of Spider Web (green reverse) and adhere to center with Perma Tac using the Glue Glider Pro .
3. Cut/punch scalloped borders and layer below green pattern paper.
4. Cut 2 - 3/8” strips of Costume Party; pleat and adhere above and below green pattern paper; machine stitch across.
5. Cut journal shape from Spider Web and adhere to center of green with U Cut It Adhesive Foam.
6. Cut out the Happy Haunting tag and layer it along with the haunted house and spider web stickers using the U Cut It Adhesive Foam.
7. Apply glitter glue to the web and dimensional liquid to the spider to complete.







Halloween Stand Up Frame
Designer: Jessica Barnett


Supplies:

Glue Arts Glue Glider Pro with Perma Tac refill
Glue Arts U-Cut-It foam adhesive
Glue Arts Extreme Adhesive squares
Glue Arts Ribbon Adhesive
Echo Park Happy Halloween collection
May Arts webbed weave ribbon
3 Photos
Frame kit (or mdf cut into tombstone shapes)
Black ink
Black pen
Paper trimmer
Edge distresser
Grey satin ribbon
Thin black ribbon
Staple gun
Hot glue gun
Ruffled ribbon
Spider themed embellishments
Black paint and brush
Sandpaper
Scissors

Instructions:
1. Paint the edges of the three shapes and allow to dry. 
2. Cover the shapes in papers from the Echo Park Halloween collection using the Gluw Glider Pro to attach them. Sand the edges for a clean fit after the papers are attached.
3. Attach ruffled ribbon around the edge of the Happy Halloween sticker with the glue gun, then attach the ssticker to the center frame with Glue Arts U-Cut-It foam adhesive.
4. Distress the edges of the photos and mat with the Echo Park papers and the Glue Glider Pro. Add names to the photos with the Echo Park letter stitckers. Ink the mats with black ink.
5. Run pieces of grey satin ribbon along the frame pieces, just below center. Attach the pieces with Glue Arts Ribbon adhesive. Use the small Glue Arts Extreme Adhesive squares to attach the May Arts web ribbon over the satin ribbon.
6. Attach the photos to the frame pieces using Glue Arts U-Cut-It foam adhesive.
7. Fill in around the photos and over the ribbon with strips of paper and stickers. Trace around the stickers with black pen to help them stick out against the paper.
8. Attach the frame pieces to each other by stapling short pieces of black ribbon the backs of each piece.






Big "BOO" card 
Designer: Leslie Ashe


Supplies:
Echo Park: Patterned Paper: Costume Party, Bat Festival, Sticker Sheet

Glue Arts:
Car Accents (black)
Glue Glider Pro, High Tac adhesive
3D adhesive pack

(size is 4 1/2 inches x 12 inches)


Instructions:
cut background paper ( Echo Park bat festival, I used opposite side with stars) 9 1/2 x 12 inches.
cut smaller paper (Echo Park costume party) 3.75 inches by 11 1/2 inches.
adhere smaller paper (Echo Park costume party) using 3D adhesive
cut the letters "B" and "O" from any die cut system (I used my slice. "Font Essentials" card.) from Glue Arts Car Accents (black)
Use the "happy halloween" sticker (Echo Park) as an the other "o". Back it on another piece of paper for dimension.
add spider web & spider sticker from sticker sheet (Echo Park) & add button to center
add green pumpkin sticker (Echo Park) and use a silver pen to trace around it for dimension.
add button (with floss) on top.





For those new to Glue Arts...all month long we're honoring October being National Breast Cancer Awareness month we will be celebrating with specials for you all month long. This week's specials are for... 

the Glue Glider Pro and all the Adhesive Cartridges for the Pro!!!!!!!!!! (We know you've been waiting for this sale!!) Simply place an order today and you'll receive 15% off our Glue Glider Pro and any of the Glue Glider Pro Adhesive cartridges!! (using code BCD15) and you'll also receive FREE SHIPPING!! Plus Glue Arts will donate an additional 5% of your order sale to the Susan G Komen Foundation. Each week we'll highlight a new product for you to purchase at this specials savings.



And we'll tuck into every order a special Glue Arts Car Accent Breast Cancer Ribbon! We're all Pros for the Cure!!

Thanks again for joining us this week!!!


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See you on Friday!!!

19 comments:

  1. the stand up frame and the tag are so spooky ...eeek... run..my friend..run...!!!

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  2. I love the ribbon around the happy halloween sticker!! Great ideas.

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  3. Great projects!!! I love the Echo Park Paper. I can't get enough! :)

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  4. Very spooky scarey projects! The Echo Park Paper is bootiful! Fun ideas!

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  5. these are super cute! that Echo paper is the best....

    so great you are donating to a good cause, too!

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  6. Wow Love them all.. great projects..
    thanks once again.

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  7. What great Halloween projects!

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  8. LOVELY projects--again today!! I love those scallops on that first card!! FAB!

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  9. Great halloween projects! Can't wait to sink my teeth into a bunch of candy either!:)

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  10. Love candy, love you projects and love Glue Arts all in a row.

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  11. Awesome, projects!! I am so glad that I stopped by. 'See you Friday!

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  12. Thanks for sharing these terrific projects!

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  13. Really Horrorific.. ok terrific. work.tee hee

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  14. Wonderful projects as always. Thanks for sharing.
    Kim xXx

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