50 Cute Christmas Treats


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Vintage Inspired Poison Bottles


Happy Fall, ya’ll!  I’m back from House Vintage, with a free and easy decoration to celebrate my favorite holiday… Halloween.  This project only takes a few minutes and can be made by recycling things you already have.
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Step 1:
empty bottle
Look around the house.  Chances are you have some empty bottles that could use some up-cycling.  Make sure the bottles are clean, and remove any existing labels.  I find a soak in warm water or an adhesive remover works well for this.  I like to look for interesting glass containers like these beakers when I am out thrifting.  They are great for this project, but also look pretty with flowers in them other times of the year.
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Step 2:
labels
There are many sites online where you can download Halloween labels for free.  The labels above are from The Graphics Fairy, but a quick Pinterest search will yield other options as well.  Download your labels and print them on adhesive backed paper.  If you don’t have adhesive backed paper, double-sided tape works too.  Cut each label out, and position onto your bottles.

Step 3: Fill and Display

I like to fill the bottles with water and food coloring to make them extra spooky.  Then set them among your Halloween decor for a great vintage inspired look, that won’t break the bank.

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Step 2:
I am starting my search for bottle right now! These are so perfect for a little spooky Halloween decor!
Look around the house.  Chances are you have some empty bottles that could use some up-cycling.  Make sure the bottles are clean, and remove any existing labels.  I find a soak in warm water or an adhesive remover works well for this.  I like to look for interesting glass containers like these beakers when I am out thrifting.  They are great for this project, but also look pretty with flowers in them other times of the year. – See more at: http://www.alittletipsy.com/#sthash.85vtaoAP.dpuf
Step 1:
Happy Fall, ya’ll!  I’m back from House Vintage, with a free and easy decoration to celebrate my favorite holiday… Halloween.  This project only takes a few minutes and can be made by recycling things you already have. – See more at: http://www.alittletipsy.com/#sthash.85vtaoAP.dpuf

 

Halloween Hurricane Candleholders


Halloween Hurricane Candleholders

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A spooky Halloween scene glows from within; make it using clip art and a few basic materials.

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Introduction

Reduce the design by the following percentages for cylinders smaller than 8 inches:

7.5 inches – 94 percent
7 inches – 87.5 percent
6.5 inches – 81 percent
Materials

Halloween Hurricanes template
Letter-size (8 1/2 inches by 11 inches) printable vellum
Color printer
Matte-finish transparent tape
6- to 8-inch-tall glass (“hurricane”) cylinder
Pillar candle

Steps

Step 1

Print clip art on vellum, printing as many copies as you will need to cover the cylinder.
Step 2

Trim clip art on dotted lines. If using more than one piece of vellum, overlap the design slightly (by about 1/8 inch) and tape pieces together.
Step 3

Wrap vellum around glass cylinder and tape in place.
Step 4

Place pillar candle inside cylinder and light.

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