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Monday, October 31, 2011

Happy Halloween!

I can't believe this is the last October post and final Halloween project!


I bought some Studio 490 modeling film and did my first experiment with it.  I made a jar with the clear film.  The great thing about this stuff is that if you don't like how it looks when you heat and mold it, you can reheat it and change its shape.  This being my first go at it, I worked at making the jar convex yet have the edges flat for gluing.


The jar stamp is from Sarasota Stamps out of Florida.  I picked it up at a craft fair when I was in Florida last February.  It might be hard to tell in the photo, but the Jolee's 3-D candy corn gems are under the clear film, just as if they were "in a jar". 

And there's a glittery spider hanging from the baker's twine.

The purple behind the jar and the flourish paper are Fancy Pants Oct. 31. The label is Echo Park Apothecary Emporium. All papers are from the Flying Unicorn on-line store.

7 comments:

Sharon said...

This is great - love the jar filled with candy - they must have been fiddly to make!!!

Lynne Moncrieff said...

Hi
That product is new to me but what a wonderful effect.
Love that spider.
Wishes
Lynne

Nancy said...

VERY cool!! Hmmm, I think I have that jar stamp - love how you used it with Wendy's CFA!

1CardCreator said...

That is so cool, the jar looks awesome, so does the candy corn.

Silvia(Barnie) said...

Great Halloweenproject and wonderful decorated candycorns

Gisèle said...

Your music always scares me half to death LOL
very cool effect !

Marjie Kemper said...

Somehow I missed your post about this last week. Glad to find it today... your jar is wonderful! Love the way you've tied around the lid.

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