Spooky Candy Jar

Spooky Candy Jar

Gifts in a jar aren't just for cookies and mixes...with this spooky candy jar, you can create a fun homemade Halloween gift!  And with the eCraft electronic die cutting machine by Craftwell, you can add as many spooks as you want!

Spooky Candy Jar

Materials:

  • Printable Fabric Adhesive
  • Black Vinyl
  • Printer
  • Digi Paper
  • Transfer Paper
  • eCraft
  • Paper Trimmer
  • Glass Container

Instructions:

  1. Create the following using your eCraft Software:  the word Spooky; cut from Digi Paper you create using Square 1 adhesive paper.  Cut Spider (SKU: 001-1505029) from Black Vinyl.
     
  2. eCraft Settings:  Pressure Setting – 1, Tab Density –0, Tab Width – 0, Multi Cut – 0, Blade Cap – on, Card Stock Stabilizer used.
     
  3. Upload Digi Paper Design and print onto Square 1 Masterpiece Printable Fabric Adhesive, let dry.

     Spooky Candy Jar
     
  4. Open eCraft Software and create your text.

     Spooky Candy Jar
     
  5. Cut text from printed adhesive.

     Spooky Candy Jar
     
  6. Weed text, by removing the excess paper, leaving words on the strip.

     Spooky Candy Jar
     
  7. Adhere to Transfer Paper and apply to glass jar.
     
  8. Add a 1/16” strip of Black Vinyl as the web coming down the jar. Be sure to add this before you adhere your spider image.
     
  9. Create new page using eCraft Software.  Add Spider image, cut from Black Vinyl, weed and adhere to Transfer Paper.

     Spooky Candy Jar
     
  10. Adhere to jar.

    Spooky Candy Jar

 

 

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