September 5, 2019

DIY Halloween Tea Light Holder

Halloween is one of my favorite times of the year! I may not like scary movies but I love to decorate for Halloween. So for my first Halloween craft for this year is a DIY Halloween tea light holder.
Have you ever envisioned something in your head but have no idea if it will turn out how you envision it or not? Well, that was exactly what kind of project this was for me. Luckily, it actually turned out!

StyleTechCraft and Poppystamps have provided me with some of the product to create this project. The opinions I share are solely my own.

Below is a video tutorial showing how I created my Halloween tea light.
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I cut out the Poppystamps Spellcaster Witch die from the StyleTechCraft Bright Green Luster Craft Vinyl and wrapped it around the base that I created using an Imagine Vertigo Sheet. I then cut out the Poppystamps Scary Ghost and the Poppystamps Friendly Cat from the StyleTechCraft Purple Luster Craft Vinyl.

and another photo of my tea light holder.

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