Monday, October 22, 2018

Halloween Altered Cupcake Tin

Hi friends and happy Monday! Have you ever altered a cupcake tin? I've been wanting to for quite sometime now and I finally did it! Linsey here today sharing my cute little DIY decoration and it's just in time for Halloween too!
There's a few different choices when it comes to cupcake tins. Depending on what your project is, you can get a 6, 12 or even a 24 slot tin. The more slots, the smaller they are. For this project, I chose to alter a 6 slot tin. First, spray paint cupcake tin in black inside and out. Let dry, spray paint 2nd layer and let dry again. Now our tin is ready to begin decorating! Circle die cuts in the Bits & Pieces are a perfect fit to adhere to the wall of each slot. Spider Webs on Black Satin and Satin Swirls Ribbon Tangerine were used to adorn 2 opposite corners in double layer bows.
WOC Open Roses Orange and WOC Sweetheart Blossoms Mixed Peach/Orange/White were added to the insides of the cupcake slots. I created a main title and built the scene with adorable images from the 6x12 Chipboard and Combo Stickers. The smaller images from 4x6 Stickers are just right for the insides of the cupcake slots. Add dimension to some pieces with 3D Foam Squares.
I also embellished with Silver Bead Berry Spray Clusters and extra accents like buttons with Silver Metallic String, sequins, gears, bling trim, enamel dots, etc. The imagination is the limit! I couldn't help but fill in just about every nook and cranny of my cupcake tin! So. Much. Fun. I think this will be a super cute addition to this years Halloween d├ęcor!
And that's all for me! Thank you so much for stopping by and allowing me to share my project with you today! I've enjoyed it so much and I hope you have been inspired to create something fabulous with ribbons too! Until next time, happy crafting!

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