Last month I received a goody box of these products from Krylon. I was to use 5 of the nine items for a Halloween project. As you can see, I used 6 items. I didn’t use the flower, stake or the wooden plaque.
Supplies I used:
- Krylon Paint White, Black, Green, Green Glitter Blast and Glowz
- Plastic spiders
- Orange jack-o-lantern (from my stash)
- Flower pot
- Gauze roll
- 2 Cotton Balls
- Witches hat
- Green glitter pumpkin from Wal-mart
- Random craft paints for Witch’s features
- Framed Mirror
- Vinyl Ghost stencil (cut on my Silhouette)
- Spider webbing
- Mason jars (on hand)
- Branches from my yard
- Repurposed antique picture frame (on hand)
- LED candles
- White bead Necklaces (spray painted Black) from the dollar store
Let’s see how it all came together….
I used the skull atop my candelabra. I drilled holes in his eyes and his neck to allow the candlelight to show through.
The witch’s hat adorns a glittered pumpkin I purchased. The flower pot became a funky little mummy, while the mirror took on it’s own life with a ghostly image. The spiders are crawling around all over the place!
I used the Green Krylon Glitter Blast paint to spice up the mason jars. (I sprayed them with green paint prior to adding the Krylon Glitter Blast paint.) I also used the Glitter Blast paint on a roll of gauze for the Mummy flower pot. His eyes are cotton balls sprayed with Krylon Black spray paint I purchased. I made a ghost stencil for the mirror and sprayed it with Krylon White Spray paint before giving it a couple of light coats of Krylon Glowz! The Glowz works best if applied to something that is white. You can see how it glows in the dark after being charged under a bright light.
I collected some bare branches for the jars, and added some spider webbing I purchased. Because the mirror was a little small, I added an additional frame. The tulle is spread out over the entire area.
Beckie @Infarrantly Creative also participated in this challenge, check out her bad luck mirror.
What is YOUR favorite component? Mine… it’s a tossup between the candelabra and the mummy. The candelabra reminds me of the candlestick in beauty and the beast, and I think the mummy has a sweet disposition with his crooked little smile.
I have partnered with Krylon to take part in the Mystery Box Challenge. I was compensated for my time, and Krylon provided the products for this project. All thoughts opinions and words are my own. Your experience may vary.