-Orange and black are nice together
-You can dress up like anybody or anything you want
-Candeh is yummeh
-No gift giving pressure
-Mod Podge projects are the most funnest this time of year, duh!
I’m starting the week with a project of my own – Halloween minis. I love mini things, and it only seems fitting that I combine minis with my favorite holiday. I know you want to get to the giveaway, so I’m abbreviating instructions here. I used Martha Stewart papers and embellishments from last year (she has some really cool ones this year at Michaels). Acrylic paint was used.
Small birdhouse – Paint birdhouse black, roof, perch and base paint white. Make orange polka dots on top of the black with the end of a paintbrush. Cut paper to fit the roof and Mod Podge down. Seal the entire birdhouse with two coats of Mod Podge. Add ribbon and embellishments (buttons and stickers) with craft glue.
Cat plaque – Paint plaque and wood cat piece black. Cut papers to fit the front of plaque and then the cat piece. Mod Podge the paper to the cat piece, coat it again and set aside. Coat the outside edge of the plaque with FolkArt Extreme Glitter in black (this stuff rocks!). Let dry and then Mod Podge the paper down to the top of the plaque. Mod Podge on top and allow to dry. Then glue down the cat piece, a ribbon on the top and some eyes (used orange rhinestones) with craft glue. Add black rhinestones around the edges on the points.