Glitterville's Handmade Halloween: A Glittered Guide for Whimsical Crafting!
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With gorgeous full-color photos and step-by-step instructions for making 20 whimsical Halloween crafts—including some never-before-published Glitterville favorites—Glitterville’s Handmade Halloween is the go-to guide for America’s second-biggest retail holiday.
Celebrate the season of costumes and candy with Glitterville's guide to creating a wondrously wacky and whimsical holiday!
Treat yourself to the kookiest compilation of crafts and decor assembled from Glitterville's creator, Stephen Brown, judge of Craft Wars on TLC. Glitterville's Handmade Halloween is full of bright, colorful photos, step-by-step holiday how-tos, and over-the-harvest-moon decorating ideas to make your home sparkle and shine this spooktacular season.
A great book for intermediate to experienced crafters, Glitterville's Handmade Halloween will delight readers as they make their way through the playfully photographed pages of the book, which include full, never-before-published instructions for making some of Glitterville's most sought-after items, including Halloween candy garland and the studio collection of folk figures.
the mouth. 9Create branches by pressing in several pieces of wire. 10Cut leaves from card stock and attach them to the branches with white glue. 11Paint a brown base coat, then add wood-grain details with other shades of acrylic paint. You want it to resemble a wooden twig. Allow to dry. 12Finish by painting the face, eyes, and leaves. Now you can make a whole forest! Orange Candy Apples Makes 6 Candy apples are a beautiful treat that’s fun to eat! Although I can’t
Allow to dry. 5Lay the silhouette front piece A over the solid front piece C and lightly trace where the eyes, nose, and mouth of the cat are. 6Take the pieces apart again and color block where the eyes, nose, and mouth are on piece C. Allow to dry. 7Coat the area to be glittered on piece C with white glue, avoiding the face area. 8Sprinkle with orange glitter and allow to dry. 9Next, glue and glitter the facial features. Use red glitter for the mouth and clear iridescent
keeping, not for tossing. Start with dingy the bat, which is the one I like most, then design your own, like Googles the ghost. Your new creations will bring a huge hooray, when people see this party pick display! Bat Kooky Cupcake Pick Make your cupcakes extra kooky with these frightfully fun picks. More elaborate than those plastic ones of the past, these tall totems are sure to delight party guests both young and old! Materials 1-inch-diameter Styrofoam ball Paperclay
can also use the toothpicks you snip off. They should still have one pointed end and will already be the right size. 6Once you have achieved the look of a nest, coat the entire piece with gesso and allow to dry. The gesso coats the Styrofoam and the sticks, bonding the materials together. 7Paint the nest and sprinkle with glitter to make it sparkle. Once the nest is dry, add more colors to just the tips of the toothpicks. 8Take a piece of paperclay and press it out flat. Wrap it
with white glue, sprinkle with glitter, and set aside to dry. Wrapping your wires with white floral tape before painting will make them much easier to glue to the hat. 12Attach the stars to the bottom of the hat by hot gluing them between the paper festooning and the cone. I like to prearrange my wires around the hat (they’re temporarily held between the festooning and cone), then go back and glue them in place. 13To begin making the head, place the Styrofoam ball in the center of a