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This week I have an easy Halloween project for you. All you need is a jar, some filler, some of your favorite Halloween-themed paper embellishments and some gorgeous Lovebug Creations Rumple Ribbon.
The jar is filled with some cute candy corn filler that I bought at the craft store and decorated with some gorgeous Lovebug Creations Rumple Ribbons.
Alternatively, you could add in some real Candy Corn, but make sure that it’s Brach’s or the Candy Corn Snobs are going to get upset! You think I’m joking, don’t you? Nope, I have a friend whose name begins with M and she is a Candy Corn Snob!
I used some scrapbook paper from the Dollar Spot at Target, layered with a scalloped circle edged with a black stamp pad, another scalloped circle (I do love me some scallops!) and topped with a bat stamp from the dollar section at my local craft store.
Next, I tied on some beautiful Lovebug Creations Rumple Ribbon and finished it with a Halloween Kitty brad. Here I’ve used Purple People Eater and some Simply White Rumple Ribbon.
It’s easy to make and super cute to add to your Halloween decorations or to give away to one of your BFF’s!
Would you like some more Halloween Crafting Inspiration? Don’t Miss:
- My FREE Printable, You’ve Been Boo’d, to spread some Halloween spirit around your neighborhood.
- There’s also the Something Wicked This Way Comes Blog Hop with lots of fun ideas on crafts to make for Halloween.
- I also have a FREE Bewitching Hat Tutorial with easy to follow instructions and a free pattern.
- And if you need some petite Vintage Halloween Images to decorate with, I’ve got a cute Vintage Halloween Collage Sheet in the Scarlet Calliope Etsy Shop.
Thank you so much for stopping by!
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