I found an old divided tray at a garage sale for $1.
It was rustic & gray, but sure beats
the modern tray pricing from
scrapbooking supply vendors. Joann
I thought the dented edges & paint spots
looked just right for a spooky display!
Here are some pics of the cubbies..
Echo park paper label
The only stamping on the project are
the bats around this spooky house sticker!
Those bats are Unity brand Bones About Halloween.
This vintage bottle has an Echo Park sticker label.
Tiny jelly jars make great 3D elements!
I painted the lid with an acrylic craft paint.
The twisty wood is a vine cut down to fit just right!
Linking up to:
Wow! What an amazing upcycle! Love all the little cubbies with their contents.ReplyDelete
Such a spook-tacular use of that divided try - nicely done!ReplyDelete
This is fabulous- so spooky cool!ReplyDelete
This is beyond cool!! What a fun projectReplyDelete
Awesome project. I so wish I could steal this idea from you but I'm afraid I could never pull this off.ReplyDelete
This is amazing! Way to turn a find into a fabulous feature.ReplyDelete
OH MY GOSH This is AWESOME! I totally love it!ReplyDelete
Oh so fun. You're so talented. Very creative project. :)ReplyDelete
WOAH!!! this is absolutely amazing!!ReplyDelete
What a fabulous Garage Sale find, Jane.ReplyDelete
This is such a great project. Love the price you've got for the tray too...LOL... NIce sale!ReplyDelete
WOW! This is awesome! Great up cycling!ReplyDelete
Oh man, Jane, I love this! Spooky wonderful!ReplyDelete
Wow, what an awesome project! So neat!ReplyDelete