Friday, September 30, 2011

Halloween Glass Block

Today was my first day designing for She's a Sassy Lady, I'm very excited.

I thought that I would make something Halloween so we can all get our decorating started.
The block started of clear (from ACMoore) so I used Rust-Oleum Frosted Glass spray to give the glass block the frosted look.

To decorate the block I used Avery clear sticker paper (from Walmart) in my Imagine to color and cut my images.
For the Happy Halloween I used Celebrate with Flourish for the cuts and All Wrapped Up for the color cut at 2 inches.
 The tree is also from Celebrate with Flourish, colored with All Wrapped Up cut at 4 inches.
The last cut is from Holiday Cakes also colored with All Wrapped Up cut at 1.2.
It was so easy to put the cuts on the block I did not need to use transfer paper.
Once I good all the pieces on the block I put a sting on battery operated lights in the block (see picture above,got them from ACMoore).
I hope you like it and please follow me. 
I also want to give a big thank you to Bobby ,the Sassy dude and Sheila , the Sassy Lady for all their help and advice.
Thanks and I will see you next time.


Cricut Couple said...

Oh Shakey! This is SUCH a cool project! I knew you would do something fantastic, but this is AMAZING!!! Thanks for playing with us! I just can't believe all of the wonderful content you have shared on your blog already. It just started!!! Can't wait to see what's next!

Sheila aka SassyLady said...

Shakey this is a GREAT halloween project! Great detail and thank you for sharing this wonderful tutorial at She's A Sassy Lady today!

Love That Bug said...

Great little project. I found you through Sheila.
Thanks so much for sharing your talent
Hugs, Stacy

mimiof2 said...

I really like this Halloween light. What a fantastic job. I would have never thought about using sticker paper, and thanks for this tip. Congrats on your blog. From what I have seen, you have a very bright future in the crafting family. Keep up the good work.

Carolyn/MamaC said...

Congrats on being chosen as a Sassy Lady designer! Great project! Thanks for the tip!

SherriC. said...

Hi Shakey,
just popping by to welcome you to She's A Sassy Lady,
this is a GREAT project, I just bought my first Glass block, and can't wait to do something with it.....

Audrey Frelx said...

Saw this at Sheila's -- loved it there, love it here!!! Great project!