Witch Hat Mini Shaker Pallet
October 30, 2020
Hello friends! It's Jennifer on the blog today to share a fun Halloween themed project with you (call me weird but Halloween is my favorite holiday)! I also love to create Halloween projects so I was so excited to see new fall themed Mini Shaker Shapes released this year! The Witch Hat Mini Shaker is the focal point of my project and I'm going to show you how I put everything together!
I began by painting the Rectangle 12x10 Medium DIY Pallet Shape with black acrylic paint. It just needed one coat as the birch wood accept the paint nicely. I set my pallet aside to dry to work on my Mini Shaker.
I adhered a fun Halloween patterned paper to the chipboard base of the shaker using my Beacon 3-in-1 Adhesive. I then trimmed excess paper with scissors followed my using a sanding tool to smooth any rough edges.
After affixing the two chipboard frames, I filled my shaker with sequins and small glitter. I did overfill my shaker a bit but it was done by accident! I affixed the acrylic top piece and held in place to dry with clips as shown. You can also wait to add the clips once you adhere the top chipboard frame.
Here is my completed shaker! I added orange and black bakers twine to the middle and added a bow. I carefully measured out patterned papers to fit each slat of my pallet and adhered using my Beacon adhesive. I then affixed my Witch Hat Shaker to the top of the pallet again using my Beacon 3-in-1.
Using a cut file from my Silhouette along with silver mirror cardstock and an orange patterned paper, I added a title to the bottom of my pallet.
Lastly, I punched holes at the top of the pallet to string ribbon in order to hang my project! Wire or twine will work as well!
Thank you for stopping by the blog and reading! Have a great day!
Additional products used: patterned paper: Carta Bella; cardstock; Bazzill, bakers twine: Whisker Graphics; adhesive: Beacon; sequins: Recollections; paint: Craft Smart; cut file: Silhouette; rhinestones: Taylored Expressions: hole punch: We R Memory Keepers; misc: ribbon
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