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Thursday, September 29, 2011

Scare It Up With GlueArts Accent It All

Halloween is just around the corner!

And for our family that means a house full of Halloween decor inside and out!

Designer Andrea Budjack has created a spooky ornament that would look great on a black feather tree or hung perhaps from a chandelier! This is also a craft kids can join in on as well!

If you don't decorate for Halloween...then change it to Noel and make your own holiday ornaments to give as gifts and more!

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Boo Ornament
GlueArts Designer: Andrea Budjack


Supplies: 


Supplies:
Glue Arts Accent-It All (black)
Glue Arts Ribbon Adhesive
Glue Arts Extreme Adhesive Squares
Glass Ornament - craft supply
Provo Craft Cricut Expression and "Storybook" cartridge
Really Reasonable Ribbon - ribbon and trims
Polymer Clay/Charms
Martha Stewart - glitter
Vintage Tag - craft supply
Papertrey Ink - button and stamp (sentiment)
Fabric - craft supply

Instructions:

1. Cut out "Boo!" using Glue Arts Accent-It All and place onto ornament.


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2. Create charms from polymer clay and glitter following baking or use existing charms. Add string and insert into ornament, leaving the string long enough to attach to the top piece. 

3. Using Glue Arts Extreme Adhesive Square, stick each string to inside of top piece to secure. Trim excess string and put top piece in place.


4. Using Glue Arts Ribbon Adhesive, apply lace to top of ornament.user posted image

5. Stamp sentiment on tag. Add ribbon, tag, button and jute string to top of ornament.




We know once you try out our GlueArts Accent It All Vinyl you'll want one of all 11 colors! So let's help you by giving you a chance to win our entire color collection along with one additional sheet of our Black Out Vinyl. Perfect for this time of the year by the way! Simply post a comment and you'll be entered to win! We'll pick one winner this Monday! 


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Julia "Glue Girl" Timi, Ken Oliver and Nancy at
For Keeps SakeScrapbook Store
in St.Louis, Missouri 

And do be sure you're following us here as well as on our Facebook Wall and Twitter page! We have a NEW Product and Contest announcement starting THIS Saturday that you won't want to miss!!  (notice the color of the cartridge inside the Pro?! hint hint!)

28 comments:

  1. I love the creativity..I know, I've said it before, but it does bare
    repeating

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  2. This is just adorable. I have a whole bunch of ornaments just sitting around gathering dust. Plus I would LOVE to win that stuff....in all those fun colors, woohoo! Thanks for the chance.

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  3. Cute ornament, and I can use that technique with other holidays and events too. Thanks for sharing.

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  4. Thanks for giving the idea of Noel too.

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  5. Cute ornament...I am already thinking Christmas. Thanks for the inspiration.

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  6. Great creations. TFS. Thanks for the chance to win.
    Hugs, CyndiU
    cureta2 at yahoo dot com
    gamasget-a-way.blogspot.com

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  7. Great idea! I have time to do a bunch for Christmas and add them to everyone's packages. Love it!!!

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  8. Really cute idea, and different. Lots of possibilities.

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  9. Love the Boo ornament! I have never used vinyl before but I can think of so many uses for the goodies...so bring it on!

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  10. What an awesome idea!! I never would have thought of this!

    amyis300 AT hotmail DOT com
    scrapthissavethat.blogspot.com

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  11. This is awesome! Thank you for the great idea!

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  12. Thanks for a week of great ideas using vinyl!

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  13. Just adorable!! Perfect adhesive too!
    kacee

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  14. Really cute project, thanks for sharing it.

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  15. Great idea! Who says ornaments are only for Christmas right?

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  16. Cute idea...I'll have to give it a try!

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  17. I love this idea of things hanging inside! What a cute idea.

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  18. So Pretty..thanks for sharing this nice idea!

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  19. Thanks for the opportunity. I hope that I win so I can experiment...

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  20. this ornament is really cute I have never seen a Halloween one before. Where did you find those ornament bulbs?

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  21. So cute!! Love the Cricut and Storybook cartridge is one of my favorites!!!

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  22. Cute idea! I can't wait to apply this idea to making Christmas ornaments.

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