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Halloween Home Decor

Oh, I am so excited about sharing this item!!!!

I know many of the blogs have already moved on away from Fall/Halloween projects and are pursuing the Christmas project traffic.  However, Halloween is one of my favorite holidays, and I just can’t give it up yet.

I am a craft supply hoarder!  I have had these glass blocks in my possession for about 3 years!  I had wanted to do a etched glass piece for Christmas a couple of years ago, but alas, it never got done.

When I saw how great those pumpkin faces worked on the glass containers, another idea popped into my head.  This is really very easy, and I took step-by-step pictures.  I am hoping to add a slide show with those pictures to this post. 

Here are the supplies you need:

  • Spooky Expressions from Stampin’ Up! Definitely Decorative Catalog (three faces for only $4.95!!)
  • Decor Elements Applicator
  • Glass Block
  • Small Light Set (if you can find orange lights even better)
  • Large Ribbon
  • Exacto Knife
  1. Clean the glass area – if there are stickers, make sure you clean them off.
  2. Take the plastic plug and use the Exacto knife to cut an X through it. (My dear son, Michael, did this for me!!!)
  3. Lay the block flat on your work surface.
  4. Prep the Pumpkin Face piece with the applicator to release it from the grid portion.
  5. Lay the Pumpkin Face piece on the glass block and use the applicator to release it from the paper.
  6. Make sure to smooth out any air bubbles.
  7. Insert the light set into the glass block (remember to cut off any tags).
  8. Push the "male" end of the light set through the X’d plastic plug.
  9. Decorate with sparkly ribbon.  You may want to put orange raffia inside the glass too (be careful – don’t let it stay plugged in too long!).
  10. Put it in a window or on your mantle to showcase it!


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Oct 15, 2009 - 09:10:43
Carey said:

WOW. I just saw these at a craft fair last weekend for a lot of $$. Yours is a lot cuter. Thanks for the great inspiration.