October 15, 2012

Halloween Treats Test Tube Holder

Happy Kitchen Sink Stamps Monday, thanks for stopping by!  With Halloween in a few weeks, I decided it was time to create one of my ever popular Test Tube Treat Holders.  Last year I asked my friend Adela if she could take my Single Test Tube Holder Pattern and make it into a SVG File for use with a Cutting Machine to speed up the process of creating them.  You can find the SVG file she created for me here, along with a PDF.  To create the Double Holder shown below, I simply merged two of the Single Boxes Together, then cut using the Silhouette Cameo.


Stamps - Kitchen Stamps Multi Step Pumpkins

The Pumpkin is stamped on White Card stock, to embellish the box I added some pattern paper from the Echo Park Chillingsworth Manor Collection, and Black Vintage Seam Binding tied into a Double Bow.

Details:
Stamps - Kitchen Sink Stamps Multi Step Pumpkins
Ink - Yellow, Orange, Pumpkin, Olive, Cocoa
Card Stock - White, Pumpkin, Black
Other - Echo Park Chillingsworth Manor Pattern Paper, Ink Blending Tool, Silhouette Cameo, Test Tube Holder SVG Cut File (or use PDF on my blog sidebar), Glue Dot

Color Recipe:
Pumpkin - #2 Orange, #1 Yellow, #3 Pumpkin, #4 Pumpkin, #5 Pumpkin
Stem - #2 Cocoa, #1 Olive

Challenge - RCC73 Halloween Spirit

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7 comments :

Gerrie Johnnic said...

Love this! Mr. pumpkin is smilin' at me!!

Trisha said...

Love your project, Lisa. Could you tell me where to get the test tubes? patnbobcuddy at gmail dot com

Lynn McAuley said...

Super cute for Halloween, Lisa!!

Basement Stamper said...

Love the test tubes, always a fun project to see on your blog.

Suzanne C said...

Spooktacular Sprinkle set. The paper, and image are sweet!

Live 2 Create said...

Cute project!!

butterfly said...

Very cool!
Alison x

 
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