Hi friends! This post is for all of our Tier Tray lovers. I am not a big fan of Halloween…but I made this for my son. Just because I don’t like Halloween doesn’t mean I have to ruin the fun for him. 🙂
Disclaimer: The Crafter’s Workshop provided me with product to create this project. The opinions I share are solely my own.”
To begin, I painted the wooden ghost and block with White Gesso.
While these pieces were drying, I used Black Gesso to paint the other wooden pieces. You may want to do two coats so the colors are nice and bright/dark.
I used the TCW879 Gauze stencil and the Light and Fluffy Modeling Paste over the ghost to add a nice texture. I rubbed my finger around the ghost to even out the paste that was sticking out from the edges.
I used the same stencil behind a piece of a wooden frame to use as a back drop.
Next, I used the TCW878 Jack-o-Lantern stencil and Marigold Stencil Butter to decorate the white block.
Here is what the pieces look like when it’s all glued together. I just love it so much!!
And here is how beautiful they look on my tier tray!
I hope you found this post inspiring! Thank you so much for visiting today!
Nicole Martel, Design Team Member