Now that you’ve got most of your Halloween treat bags, juice box covers and other goodies made you probably have a stack of left over papers and embellishments.
Never fear, your favorite Creative Goddess to the rescue! I have an idea to help you use some of that up… if not ALL of it! :)
The above photo shows most of the supplies I used. And yes, those are mostly whole sheets but you can use whatever you have left over. I did change out the Styrofoam ring. That one was too thick.
I used this thinner Styrofoam ring instead.
And I painted it with Design Master in Flat Black. Design Master is the PERFECT spray paint for styrofoam because it won’t melt it.
Then I cut out various sizes of scalloped circles with the Nestabilities dies on my Cuttlebug. The papers are Bazzill Basics card stock, Reminisce papers and other papers I had used in previous projects.
See how we’re doing this? No new products, no purchases needed. Just using up the stuff you already have on hand. :)
I also had stickers, K & Company stickers and little Darice Halloween Buttons. You could add all sorts of leftover goodness to your wreath.
By the way, I put it all together with Zip Dry paper adhesive and it has held up nicely. Just thought you might like to know.
And see how super thin it is? I’m not sure why I think that’s a great “selling point” but I just think it’s kind of cool that it is sooo super thin. Easy to pack away for next year, easy to put between a door and a screen door…
I hope this gives you ideas for ways to use up your left over Halloween paper crafting supplies. Goodness knows, we’re all trying to get every penny out of the products we buy these days!