September 30, 2012

Fall Burlap Pumpkin Canvas

Fall Burlap Canvas from www.poofycheeks.com

I’m stopping in quick to share my Fall burlap canvas design. This canvas has evolved throughout the year. I have made sure that all of the embellishments I add can be easily removed for the next season by using vinyl or small dabs of hot glue. For the Fall canvas I added paper pinwheels with a pumpkin stamped center and a piece of muslin spray painted using a ‘pumpkin’ stencil I made out of vinyl. I think this was in my favorite so far!

One canvas - all seasons by www.poofycheeks.com

Fall Burlap Canvas from www.poofycheeks.com

Fall Burlap Canvas from www.poofycheeks.com

Fall Burlap Canvas from www.poofycheeks.com

Fall Burlap Canvas from www.poofycheeks.com

Fall Burlap Canvas from www.poofycheeks.com

Enjoy,

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September 28, 2012

Halloween Cheesecloth Luminaries

These cheesecloth luminaries are SO simple and easy that just about anybody can do it! If you have five extra minutes and can dip a paintbrush and glob it on – this is your craft!
Cheesecloth Luminaries by www.poofycheeks.com

Cheesecloth Luminaries by www.poofycheeks.com
For these luminaries you will need-
  • Black Paint (or a color of your choice)
  • Cheesecloth
  • Mod Podge
  • Paint or Foam brush
  • Jar
  • Twine or string
  • Scissors
  • Flameless tea lights (the fakes)
Cheesecloth Luminaries by www.poofycheeks.com
Cheesecloth Luminaries by www.poofycheeks.com
Cheesecloth Luminaries by www.poofycheeks.com
Cheesecloth Luminaries by www.poofycheeks.com
To make them cut a piece of cheesecloth and tie it on with string or twine and trim. Mix mod podge with black paint (I did 75% mod podge to 25% paint) and dab it all over. Turn the jars upside down to dry and then tie on a strip of cheesecloth. Put in a flameless candle and you have a spooky luminary jar!
Cheesecloth Luminaries by www.poofycheeks.com
Enjoy,
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