Sunday, August 30, 2009

Tutorial on Halloween box /One-Click0909 MFT Challenge!

Hello everyone today I wanted to share with you a tutorial on this box that I made for the MFT Challenge that is going on right now on SCS!

  • CLICK PICTURES TO SEE LARGER VIEW!!! First you will cut
  • 1 5x5 piece of cardstock for the top box
  • 1 4 3/4 x 4 3/4 piece for the bottom box like shown in picture below!!
  • score both pieces 1 inch on all 4 sides
  • CLICK ON PICTURE TO SEE LARGER VIEW!!!
  • scored 1 inch on all four sides like shown in this picture!
  • then make your corner cuts, there should only be four cuts like shown below!!
  • CLICK ON PICTURE TO SEE CLOSE UP VIEW!
    Of course Boots had to take my seat again!!!LOL so I just grabbed another, thank goodness I have 4 chairs down here...:)



I used the spellbinders shapes to make a piece to cover the box both for the top and the bottom!

You will need:

  • 2 pieces that are the same color as your box
  • 1 smaller die cut to stamp your images on(use white, or other neutral color of your choice)
  • Stamps of your choice(I picked Alota Rubber Stamps HAUNTED HOUSE, and WHO"S THAT GHOST? Flopsey)
  • double sided red tape(to hold scalloped pieces to box both top and bottom)
  • roller tape(ATG tape gun, or another strong tape to hold box together )

Add tape to all four corners on each box(Top&bottom box )


Next you will attach the top decorated piece to the larger box(would have been your 5x5 piece) this will make the top of the box!
Then do the same for the bottom of the box!!

For my top piece I stamped the Haunted House, and then airbrushed the background 1st and then colored the house with copics!
Flopsey the Ghost was stamped and colored with copics,and then cut out!

Add your extra embellishments and so forth, and your done!!!



Hope you enjoyed todays tutorial, and thank you for stopping by!!
Hugs,
Cheryl
Who's the Ghost set can be found here at MFT
Haunted House can be found here at Alota Rubber Stamps

My SCS Gallery HERE

21 comments:

scrappypug said...

love it! you are so creative!

Mary G. said...

WOW! What a great job you did with this!!! TFS!

Cindy Haffner said...

Awesome Cheryl thanks showing us how to make this, I need to try one. So darling.

Tami said...

I am going to have to give this a whirl. With the copic airbrush do you have to use the refills or the pens. My guess is the refills which would be way expenisve.

Sande said...

Cheryl

This is just adorable. I have to show it to my daughter,she love Halloween. Thanks for sharing the details of making one of our own.

My daughter purchased us the airbrush system for the Copic Markers and we can't wait to give it a try...looks like such fun.

Vicki said...

Great job Cheryl! Thanks for the tut! So cute! Blessings to you!

texasjodylynn said...

Very cute!

Tami said...

Another question... How did you attatch the ribbon?

Diana said...

Very cute Cheryl. Thanks for the tutorial

Heidi said...

This is a great box Cheryl! WOW- and so cute.

Payne Holler Cards said...

amazing job on this! will try my copic air system!

~*Joni said...

Cheryl this is adorable! And so perfect for any time in October. Well done my dear, even if you did lose your chair to kitty. teehee!

Cindy said...

Cheryl, You never cease to amaze me!! What a wonderful profect!!
Love the tutorial!!!

Jaspere said...

Wow Cheryl you've created quite the scene.

Amy said...

You are so creative. You inspire me to get out my supplies and start scrappin.

Have a blessed day.
Amy

Claireabelle said...

Wow! fantastic!
x

Lynn said...

I love this awesome treat box, Cheryl! What amazing work!!

I'd throw out the candy and keep the box!!!

Kathy said...

Fantastic project. Thanks for the tutorial. I may have to try one!

Shelly Schmidt said...

This is absolutely wonderful! Love that box you made and what a fab job coloring in the stamp! TFS

Karli said...

wow look at that background-nice job!!! Thanks for the great tut too! I will have to try it :)

Vickie Y said...

This is soooo cute! Thanks for the tutorial. TFS