Thursday, October 4, 2012

Cricut Art Philosophy Witches Hat

How do you create a paper witches hat for a Funkin Pumpkin?
Well with the Cricut Art Philosophy of course! Isn't this too cute?
I first started making a witches hat for my pumpkin, then it turned into
a whole Mr Potato head type thing. I cut the eyes with the Cricut, and used the 3D flower layer to make the eyelashes for her eyes.  The little spider dangling from the witches hat was made from the Bling Assortment Buttons from Close To My Heart and some black waxy flax. The mouth is made from pewter brads, and the hat is made from our paper line Mischief.

Notice the dangling spider from the tip of the hat.


Step 1 Cut brim at 8-1/2"
The Cone is a 12" circle
Quartered and attached
with Liquid glass.

Step 2 Add the scallop layer cut at 8-1/4"




Step 3 Add a layer of color
under the dots

The finished hat

I'm having so much fun with this cartridge, and I'm sooo glad that Close To My Heart has partnered up with Cricut to create this awesome new cartridge. If you would like to purchase one of these, or earn one for free, Contact me so we can begin working on a plan to make sure you get it!!
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                                        Happy Crafting!


















6 comments:

  1. Tracey, you make some ridiculously amazing projects. Thank you for continued inspiration!

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  2. Tracey, this is just too stinkin cute!!! Thanks for all the inspiration.

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  3. Cute so cute. Just another terrific project. I love your work so much I had to leave you a blog award, please visit my website at www.doingitwithink.blogspot.com. Thanks for all the inspiration.

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  4. I keep coming back to look at this because it is just so darn CUTE! Love your blog and all you share Tracey. I have something for you on my blog!

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  5. This is adorable...I'm so decorating my pumpkin w/ paper instead of carving!

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  6. Love it! This is on my list of things to make this year! Thanks for sharing!

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