Double Double, Toil and Trouble with Xyron

11:56 PM SharonCallisCrafts 11 Comments

My second Halloween project is a wall plaque, the base is an up-cycled wooden picture that is given a new purpose, again this project is a quick make that will add a little fun to your Halloween.

Double Double, Toil and Trouble Plaque


Supplies

Foam Pads from Teresa Collins Xyron Adhesive Kit
K&Co Tim Coffey Halloween Pad
Core'dinations Cardstock
Silhouette Cameo
Silhouette Studio Library Files:
Spider Web Lace Frame Background by Jamie Koay #32557
Bubble, Bubble quote by Rivka Wilkins #67886



How it's Made

Arrange the colors of Core'dinations on the Silhouette mat, cut out quote.


Measure and cut the base mat (5" x 5.5") and a layer slightly smaller for the quote.  Run the layer through the Xyron 9" Creative Station


Use the Xyron 3" Sticker Maker for the die cut letter, feed through the machine and arrange on your base layer.



Cut out the background, ensure that the centre is enlarged enough to take the quote. Spray around the edge of the Spider Web layer.


Run through the Xyron 9" Creative station and layer onto the purple mat


To attach to the wooden plaque use either the Xyron Mega Runner or  Xyron High Tack Double Sided Tape.


Add the quote using the Teresa Collins Foam Pads for dimension


Finish by adding some ribbon and embellishments



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11 comments:

  1. Oh this is super for Halloween! I just love it and may have to make one too! Thanks!! New follower too. Scrappy hugs and Bloggie Love, Connie

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  2. Really Awesome sign. Thanks for showing all the steps along the way.

    Tammy S.
    Bloggie Love

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  3. Wonderfully spooky plaque! Love it that you included a step-by-step. (BL)

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  4. Great Halloween decor piece Love that saying and the spider web frame!
    Big Blog Hugs, Janet (BL)

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  5. Love the bright and bold colors and the step by step instructions. BL

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  6. This is brilliant Sharon, spider web looks fab. Xx

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  7. Great tutorial! I love this idea!! BL

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  8. Love the card. Thanks for sharing. (BL)

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  9. amazing fun details.. fun bright colours too.. BL

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