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Saturday, October 8, 2011

Halloween block.

This was such a fun project to make! Something totally non paper related. This was also my first time etching glass.. yay me! I think it turned out pretty darn cute. I took a glass block and drilled a hole in it so my lights would fit. Living in Hawaii it is less expensive to buy the ones from the hardware store rather than the blocks from the craft store, they are twice the price. Pluse I like using the drill...





Materials used:
  • Glass block
  • 50 strand count of lights
  • etching cream
  • vinyl
  • October 31st cricut cartridge
  • pumpkin carving cricut cartridge
  • assorted ribbon
  • embellishments

6 comments:

Mad Crafter said...

You made my day with this project! I love it:) How could I not love a project that uses a DRILL!!!! You ROCK! This is really cool. You did an awesome job. TFS and thanks for playing with us this week at Cooking With Cricut:)
~Madison CWC DT Funkycards.blogspot.com

Maquel said...

Love this!!! Great work!! Thanks for joining us at FCCB this week!

Maquel
http://papermaineiac.blogspot.com

Carissa said...

Awesome project! I just love it. Thanks for crafting with us at FCCB. We hope to see you again soon.
Carissa

BugBites said...

Great Project- thanks for sharing with us at FCCB this week.

Jen said...

Woohoo! Gotta love a lady that uses power tools! Great block, Rachel! It is much cheaper to buy the ones at the hardware store -- they're about half the price of the ones at the craft store here too. Thanks for linking up at Cooking With Cricut this week.

~ Jen, CWC Design Team
www.gator-4-life.blogspot.com

Larelyn said...

Fantabulous!!! I just love everything about it. Great job and thanks for sharing at FCCB.
Hugs,

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