Hi! Hope you are having a terrific Thursday! I'm back today with the final project for Sunday's Halloween Tricks and Treats Class -- a coffin-shaped treat box, created with the Home Sweet Home Thinlits Dies and decorated with a combination of the Sweet Home, Spooky Fun, Ghoulish Grunge, Jar of Haunts, Cookie Cutter Halloween and Hardwood stamp sets (whew! That's a lot of sets!).
This project was inspired by Martha Inchley's Dracula's Home Sweet Home. I did my best to reverse-engineer her design, and in the process tried some different colors and shapes, until I settled on the version for class.
Here's one of my attempts with Basic Black card stock:
Ultimately, I decided I like Basic Gray a bit better, since the woodgrain shows up nicely on it! And, here are a couple of boxes I created with that:
And, actually, here's a picture of several of my creations, lined up and open:
Here's a closer inside view of a couple of these -- you can see I took Martha's idea of using a window sheet inside for Dracula to rest on:
As you might have noticed, I decided to line the inside of the box with some red card stock (thanks to my talented friend Jana for the idea -- she used felt in her awesome creation, which you can see by clicking here):
The window sheet can help contain some added treats as well:
Pretty fun, right?!
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