Monday, September 10, 2012

DIY Halloween Poison Jars

So, when it’s September everyone decorates for Halloween right?
Even if you are not quite ready to go Halloween crazy, you can definitely start creating some of your decor. These Halloween Poison Jars are simple and your kids will love them! You can create these during nap time and with the help of a cold Diet coke, chocolate and Scrapbook Attitude.

poison jar pin
I promised you a simple project. Well, this project doesn’t get any simpler. (is that a word)

Supplies needed:

poison bottle suppliesGlass jars
Scissors
Glue Stick
Scrapbook Attitude-you order this product online via their site.

I know what you are thinking. What is Scrapbook Attitude? Well, it’s this greatest, newest product. Think overhead projector film but thinner, printable and so much more fabulous!

scrapbook attitude
   You can run this film through your ink jet printer and then attach the film to anything your heart desires. You use a glue stick, mod podge or a laminator to adhere it.   You can use it on paper, wood, glass, plastic. Really, whatever you want.

I went the spooky route. I needed to find an already made label because I would have no idea how to make to make my own. Enter The Graphics Fairy. She has tons of amazing images that you can use for free! Warning, you will be on her site F-orev-er! I picked a spooky poison label.

I downloaded the image into Word Publisher. I then made it the size that I wanted and flipped the image. You want to make sure that you flip whatever image you choose to print because if you don’t, it will be backwards when you put it on your item. I then put a piece of the scrapbooking attitude into my ink jet printer. (you need to have an ink jet) and then hit print. Be careful that you don’t touch the shiny side too much. That is the film that the image is going to print on, so you don’t want a bunch of  fingerprint. Super simple!

After you print-you are going to get this

cutting poison labels
You are going to cut the image out. Cut as close to the exact size as you can.

Once your image is cut out, you are going to peel it off of the backing.

poison label step 2
  Once you peal off the image, you are ready to glue it on the jar. This is where the glue stick comes in.

step 3
Once you are glued-you can attach it to the jar.

step 4
I just did it slowly so I wouldn’t get any bubbles or tear.

step 5
That’s it! Seriously, I told you it was easy! I love a simple project!

finished poison bottles close
All you need to do know is put water and food coloring in your jars.  I also added some plastic eyeballs from the dollar store. My kids insisted on this. It will look more gross they said.

red poison jar
  It definitely looks more gross, don’t you think?

You can check out Scrapbook Attitude at Twitter, Facebook & Youtube You are going to love this project and product! Happy Creating!

If you are new to my blog~
Welcome
I would love for you to stay in touch subscribe to Sassy Style Redesign via Readers.
Tausha


Note: This is a sponsored collaboration between Sassystyleredesign.com and Scrapbooking Attitude. I received compensation for this post; however the opinions & projects are all mine. My complete disclosures are here.


Linking up here:
Nap-Time Creationscraft linky party for craft blogs


SNAP!
Hubby Made MeGettin' Krafty With It
Visit thecsiproject.comPhotobucket Or so she says

11 comments :

  1. Very cute! These will go great with my antique bottles I got on the coast this summer. Love it! Good Luck tomorrow, I'll be watching!!

    ReplyDelete
  2. Ohmigoodness! This is SO CUTE.... or creepy ;) Great job!!

    ReplyDelete
  3. How fun! I am totally going to try this on glass!

    ReplyDelete
  4. Sometimes the simplest ideas are the most effective, these look great!

    Discovered your site through the Trendy Treehouse linky party, new follower :)

    Angela
    www.atypicalenglishhome.com

    ReplyDelete
  5. What a great idea for Fall! I am hosting an "It's Fall Y'all ~ Linky Party" .... I would like to invite you to share this project, and other Fall related projects/recipes, you may have. All links will be pinned to a board dedicated to the party. You can find the party at Love Bakes Good Cakes. Hope to see you there!

    ReplyDelete
  6. Love how these turned out! I'm going to have to give the film a try on glass now. I hope you'll link up to my Wickedly Creative Halloween Ideas Party.
    http://www.itsybitsypaperblog.com/2012/09/2012-wickedly-creative-halloween-ideas.html

    ReplyDelete
  7. Love them! Would love for you to share this at our Kitchen Fun and Crafty Friday link party...just posted it! http://kitchenfunwithmy3sons.blogspot.com/2012/09/kitchen-fun-and-crafty-friday-link_13.html

    ReplyDelete
  8. it is super scary!
    Love the photo's you took...
    Thanks for the tutorial
    :)

    ReplyDelete
  9. Great job. Super creepy. My weekly linky party--One Creative Weekend--has gone spooky this week in honor of my thirteenth party. If you haven’t already, I hope you’ll visit "One Creative Weekend" on OneCreativeMommy.com (open every Fri-Wed) and link up this idea and anything else you’d like to share. (You can include non-Halloween posts as well, but feel free to link up as many Halloween-themed posts as you like.) There are two categories—one for Halloween and one for everything else.

    ReplyDelete
  10. I just found you and do not have time to order the film before I would like to do this. Do you think it would work on labels?

    ReplyDelete
  11. Love these! You should enter your photos from this project into Craftbaby's Halloween Decor Challenge! :) http://www.craftbaby.com/contests/32/halloween-decor

    ReplyDelete

Thanks for stopping by. Hope that my craziness might have inspired you! I would to hear what you have to say. (as long as it is nice)

Related Posts with Thumbnails