Halloween Candle Tray {Scrapbooking Attitude}

Halloween is one of my favorite holidays.  I think because it's my Grandma's favorite holiday and she goes ALL out.  When I was growing up she would have the most elaborate Halloween parties every year with amazing decorations.  At the end of the party my Great Grandma would hand out GIANT popcorn balls that she handmade.  Delicious.  So I'm totally blaming my Grandma that I could only wait until the beginning of September to start pulling out the Halloween decor!  This year I have a new addition to my decor.  A Halloween candle tray made with a new product called Scrapbooking Attitude.

 Scrapbooking Attitude is a new photo transfer material.  It's really easy to use.  You just print the image on your inkjet printer.  Peel image off the paper (leaving you with a clear film with your image) and then glue it to your project.  You can glue it to paper, fabric, wood.  Just about anything.  You can iron scrapbooking attitude to fabric but need to use a fabric adhesive to make the film stay permanently.
Supplies for Candle Tray:

Tray (I used a tray built out of1x4s)
Spray paint
Scrapbooking Attitude Printable Scrapbooking Film
Glue stick

1.  I started by spray painting my tray white.  While the tray was drying I printed off my cute Halloween graphics onto the Scrapbooking Attitude with my inkject printer.  You want to use the photo paper setting on your printer and make sure the shiny side of the scrapbooking attitude film is the side you print on.

2.  Once my tray was dry, I cut out my graphics so they would fit the side of the tray.  Then peel the film off of the paper.

3.  Evenly apply glue to the tray where you want your image to be.  Then place your image down and carefully smooth it to the tray.

Then just let the glue dry and you are finished!  Pretty easy project.  I used some of my extra little Halloween images and glued them onto paper to hang from my little wreath.

Now my entryway is all ready for Halloween!  I wonder how many days the candy corns will last with the kids.  I'm guessing one.

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Disclosure:  I received product and payment via The Blueprint Social (www.theblueprintsocial.com) for this post, however, opinions are 100% my own.


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