Hello everyone! It’s Eva Pizarro here today showing you how to make an easy Halloween Shadowbox using the Pebbles’ line Midnight Haunting.
I love shadowboxes, they are very versatile and you can use them to decorate a candy table, your mantle, and even your front door!
To decorate your Halloween Shadowbox, start by covering it with black paint. I used a brush and liquid paint but you could also use spray paint!
Trim your papers to size and remember to mix orange, black and white patterns.
Use your stickers and chipboard shapes to decorate each space, adding some 3d dots to create some depth to your design. You could also leave one space empty and put a spooky family picture there instead (that would be super fun!).
This line has everything you need to make your Halloween decorations easy and fun! Papers, stickers, chipboard, brads and more! You can find two types of designs in this line: ones that are more spooky and for your Halloween-themed scrapbooks and some floral and fall-themed papers and embellishments that you could use on your everyday crafts.
If the spaces on your shadow box are a bit small, you could trim your die cuts and only use a piece like I did here with my floral design.
And don’t limit your decorated space only to the inside of your shadowbox! Use some decorations on the edge of your tray as well!
I hope you liked this project; it is easy to store so you can use it over and over as part of your Halloween decorations.
Have a great day!
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