Such a fun project! Reviving an old cutting file and playing with texture and inks. I originally had created this as a design team project - so thus all the badges in the images.... but decided to let it post early. I have some other cools stuff coming up in October....
Halloween is just around the corner.... These Victorian "grunged" cones created with Mixed Media Supplies' products are perfect! FTC Disclaimer at the bottom of this post. NO affiliate links are used in this post.
Mixed Media Supplies Bark Background stamp
Cardstock (black, orange and off white)
Echo Park Chillingsworth Manor (digital version)
ink (Black Soot)
1 1/2 in circle punch (optional)
SVG files (Treat Cone, Small Rosette)
electronic die cutting machine (Sizzix eclips2 & eCal2)
hot glue gun
Using your electronic die cutting machine, cut the rosette, cone and panels as directed.
Emboss each panel. Add a little more "color" around the edges and stamp again if the embossing "hides" the stamped background.
Apply the panels to the cone and glue the cone as directed in this video.
Stamp the rosette pieces.
Glue the rosette segments together as shown here. Decorate by punching a 1 inch circle in an orange print and a 1 1/2 inch black circle using embellishments from the Chillingsworth Manor paper embellishment set, lightly ink the edge of the rosette and secure to the front of the cone using the hot glue gun.
Embellish with some wire twists and the metal charm. Add a wire handle. Fill the cone with some shreds and treats as desired.
I hope you'll join me again in a couple of weeks for another fun exploration in mixed media. Set aside some creative time and play this week!
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