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Holiday Blizzard: Fall Candy Pail

 Fall  Candy Pail

By: Peggie Wilkins, Artistic Guide


Supplies:
Stamps:
60's Tilda (Magnolia)
Longing Tilda (Magnolia)
Pumpkin - Blessed Harvest Digital Stamp (http://www.etsy.com/listing/81214039/digital-stamp-blessed-harvest)
Paper:
White Cryogen Card stock (Curious Iridescents)
3 different papers from the Phoebe Collection (Basic Grey)
Inks:
Memento Tuxedo Black Dye Ink Pad (Tsukineko)
Other:
Clear 1 quart pail (Stampendous)
Copic Markers (.too)
6 different 12" ribbons (from stash)
Border Punch (Fiskar)
Classic Scalloped Circles Large die Nestabilities (Spellbinders)
Scissors
Sunflower (from stash)
Circle cutter (from stash)
Big Shot Die Cutting Machine (Sizzix)
Double sided Adhesive
Xyron 500 Create a sticker Machine (Xyron)
Glue Stick
Diamond Glaze (Judi-kins)
ModPodge Gloss-Lustre (Plaid)
Foam Brush (from stash)
Computer with Photo Shop Program

Directions:

  1. Cut 2 1/2"  x 12" strip of brown patterned paper from Phoebe collection. With border punch both sides. Save flowers and swirls from punches.
  2. Cut  7/8" x 12" strip of aqua patterned paper from Phoebe collection.
  3. Cut 5/8" x 12" strip of orange pattered paper from Phoebe collection.
  4. Layer 5/8" strip on 7/8" strip on punched strip.
  5. Alternate swirls and flowers on smallest strip and glue down using glue stick.
  6. Using double sided adhesive adhere strips to pail.
  7. There will be a gap in the front like this.
  8. Using Photo Shop flip the blessed harvest image and then print on cryogen card stock. Color with copic markers and cut out leaving off the big leave that is on the big pumpkin. Set aside.
  9. Stamp 60's Tilda on cryogen card stock using Memento ink and color with copic markers. Cut out.
  10. Put both the pumpkins and Tilda through the Xyron Machine. Adhere pumpkins to pail over opening. Adhere Tilda so she is sitting on the large pumpkin.
  11. Put Mod Podge over the entire clear part of pail and all card stock and images to seal the pail. Hang to dry so handle doesn't touch the sides while drying.
  12. Cut a circle of cryogen a little smaller than the third largest scalloped die. Stamp Longing Tilda  towards the top of the circle. Color with copics in similar colors to 60's Tilda.
  13. Stamp just the lollipop of 60's Tilda on a scrap of cryogen and color with copics in the same color as the other lollipop on 60's Tilda. Cut out the lollipop and adhere it to Longing Tilda.
  14. Using the second largest die cut out a piece of brown patterned paper from the Phoebe collection.
  15. Using the third largest die cut out a piece of aqua patterned paper from the Phoebe collection.
  16. Adhere the Longing Tilda to the aqua scalloped circle and that to the brown scalloped circle.
  17. Adhere the scalloped layer to the lid of the pail.
  18. Glue the sunflower with Diamond Glaze to the edge of Tilda as shown.
  19. Put Mod Podge over the lid to seal.
  20. Cut the 12" pieces of ribbon in to 2 pieces and tie one of each on both sides of the handles.
  21. Fill with candy and enjoy.

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14 Responses »

  1. Gorgeous coloring and sweet altered project :o)
    Hugs,
    Cabio

  2. oh so cute, esp. to match the candies with the image & sweets inside 🙂

  3. Peggie this is perfect, I love it, I want to do this for our neighbors for Christmas, can't you just see that done in red with snowflakes and a snowman. I love it. thank you for sharing it. Hugs Cathy

  4. Awesome creation!!!!! Absolutely delightful!!!!! Way to go!!!!

  5. Awesome creation, thanks for the tutorial
    hugs Julie P

  6. Very cute--love projects like this!

  7. Your creations is gorgeous. Thank you for this wonderful tutorial. It's a great idea for the Christmas presents.
    Francy

  8. Peggy this is really wonderful!

  9. SO cute Peggie!!!!
    Rene 😀

  10. Peggie this is wonderful! What a beautiful candy pail - completed to perfection! Hugs...Barb

  11. I love your candy pail. Beautifully done!

  12. Adorable Peggie! Great decoration to have for the fall!

  13. Very nice project! I like the colors you used.

    Karen