Saturday, September 22, 2012

Halloween Coffin

Hello everyone and welcome to creepy Saturday... hehe... well, I have a Halloween project to share with you today... a tutorial how to create this little coffin you can see below. The newest images just released are just perfect for it.

 

Here we go... first a list what you need for this project:

  • stamp (I used Maya as Frankenstein's Wife)
  •  colouring medium (I used Distress Inks)
  • Aquarell paper (I used Montval aquarell paper)
  • craft cardstock
  •  acryl paint
  •  sponge
  •  embellishment and dies as you wish

Below you have the template to print and cut out with the measures. Of course you also can make it any bigger or smaller.


I recommend to use some craft carstock of at least 300 gram to give the coffin a good stability. Cut out the whole lines and score the spotted lines. Don't forget to cut the lines where the lashes have to go in for closing the coffin.


Afterwards I gave the cuffin a used look with dab some dark brown acrylic paint onto the cardstock. I distressed the edges with a brilliance pearlescent ink pad. Afterdrying I glued the coffin together.


And now the coffin is ready to decorate as you wish.


 A close up of the image...


I put a spiderweb over some flowers.


Here you can see how it looks like from the side... of course to add a spider is a must :o). You can get them in the gorgeous Halloween charm box.


And here you can see how I made the inside... I decided to create a deluxe model with red snake leather inside... he he he :o))


Well, I hope I was able to give you some inspiration to create the perfect Halloween decoration. If you have made a coffin by yourself please leave a message here. I would love to visit you and see what you made. If you have any questions feel free to ask.

Have a wonderful day now!
Hugs, Karina

9 comments :

  1. This is fabulous! Cute! I love how you did the inside, so clever! Great project...I'm sure the little kids and big kids would just die for it...tee hee! Hugs! Leah Ann

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  2. wow, thats a fantastic project... great!!!

    LG
    Michaela

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  3. wow amazing ! thanks for sharing, hugs, Marion

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  4. Great. That looks so cool. Thank you for the tutorial

    Hugs

    Ines

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  5. How cute is that!!!!! love all the details...thanks for sharing...

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  6. Oh this is so very sweet. Love it. Hugs! MOjca

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  7. Wow, this looks great. Thanks for sharing the template and tutorial.

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  8. WHERE IS THE PRINTABLE TEMPLATE?

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