Candy Dish Tutorial by Blog of the Week: Alderberry Hill

Hey mamas!  It’s Tuesday, which means I have another fantastic blog to introduce you to.  Meet Sarah, from Alderberry Hill!

Alderberry Hill is a new blog – but trust me, you will see Sarah around.  She is one talented mama!  Just take a look at this cute tutorial she has for you today – it’s one of many amazing projects I have seen on her blog.  Read on!

Hello Happy Hour Projects readers. I am Sarah from Alderberry Hill and I am super thrilled to be posting here today for the lovely Adrianne!

I am a working Mom of 2 terrific kiddos and a wife to the best guy a girl can find!

Spare time to craft comes few & far between in this household but I make the most of every moment I can gather!

Today I am sharing with you a Halloween Candy Dish.

 

Now here’s the dish on how I created it!


I started with a little Christmas ceramic dish that was the perfect lime green for Halloween.

I covered up the Christmas scene with scrapbooking paper and added some ribbon & bunting stickers.

 

The “Deadly Morsels” sign was a sticker as well, I simply placed it on black cardstock and then backed it with white cardstock, clipped the edges with a corner punch and used double stick tape to adhere it to the dish.

I accordion folded more ribbon, which was wire edged, to give it a ruffled look, and then hot glued it to the base of the dish.



I thought it would be cute to make witches legs to stick out from underneath the dish as if the dish squat the witch. I threaded several buttons onto twine until I got the desired length. Tie off the twine to secure the buttons leaving a 2 inch tail of twine and then hot glue the twine to the bottom of the dish. Repeat for the 2nd leg.

 

I drew a witches shoe on black card stock, you’ll need 4, and then glued 2 shoes, matching sides together, to the little bit of twine on the bottom of the button leg.


I added a little bit of halloween tule in the bottom of the dish and then filled with candy!

 



So cute!

 

Stop by my blog, Alderberry Hill, to see more fun halloween projects & tutorials!


Sarah

Comments

  1. Shenita says

    What a great blog you have! Now happily following via Welcome Wednesday. I hope you will follow me, too! Blessings to you!

  2. Jaimee says

    Oh my heck. Those little witch legs kill me!! Tell you what, I see more and more good stuff from Alderberry Hill. I love it!!
    : )
    Jaimee @ craft-interrupted.blogspot.com

  3. Tracy Suzanne says

    Oh Sarah, now this is Cotton Pickin Cute! You have added so many cute features to it and that green was just perfect for a Halloween themed dish. It would have taken me forever to come up with that.

    Hugs…Tracy @ Cotton Pickin Cute

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